Trash on the trails of illegals entering through the wide-open border is nothing new but what is new is the huge amount of trash that has been left there because of the the increased amount of people crossing into the U.S.
Usually, in addition to consumables and bottles being tossed onto the ground, wet clothing is thrown away after people cross past Rio Grande or, in this situation, the Colorado River. Then changing their clothes which they brought from Mexico before getting picked up by the Border Patrol.
In the footage by a Border Patrol source inside the Yuma Sector, it reveals all of the items that were thrown out by illegals, creating a huge pile.
During December of last year, Border Patrol officials in the Yuma Sector came across more than 29,000 illegals. 1,208 illegals were seen across the sector during this same month back in 2020 and in Dec. 2019, less than 800 people were seen, as reported by the Washington Examiner. This sector was and is very popular for people wanted to cross illegally into America for many reasons, like the Colorado River having easy crossing points, lowering their risk of drowning.
This comes at a time when mass immigration has been pushed aside by people in power, including many Republicans. Choosing instead easier to talk about topics such as inflation. But make no mistake, mass immigration is the primary agenda of the Biden White House. And the fact that so many Republicans wish to go along with it is a sign that the agenda is not just about votes. Also it is important to point out that this same thing is happening in Europe, Canada and Australia. With White people becoming a minority against their will as the powers that be focus on disarming and impoverishing white people to prevent resistance.
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