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    Surge in Northern Border Crossings Raises Concerns: Record Numbers Recorded





    Surge in Northern Border Crossings Raises Concerns: Record Numbers Recorded



    May 17, 2024 by Kari Donovan



    According to recent reports, Border Patrol encounters with illegals crossing the northern border of the United States have reached unprecedented levels, poised to set a new record for this fiscal year.

    Data from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reveals that between October 2023 and April 2024, agents recorded a staggering 9,460 migrant encounters at the US-Canadian border.

    With five months remaining in the fiscal year, this figure signals a significant escalation in border activity compared to previous years.

    Of particular concern is the Swanton sector, encompassing regions of New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire. In April alone, this area saw over 1,400 illegal migrant apprehensions, surpassing the combined totals from fiscal years 2021 and 2022.

    Residents living in these rural border communities have been eyewitnesses to the unfolding migrant smuggling operations. Many, like Chris Feeley from Swanton, Vermont, have taken to alerting Border Patrol, underscoring the gravity of the situation.

    Feeley recounted a chilling encounter from his hunting tree stand, where he observed two men of Mexican descent with backpacks and walking sticks.

    Despite the shock of the moment, Feeley’s swift action in contacting Border Patrol highlights the proactive role of local communities in addressing the issue. Such incidents underscore the challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in combating illegal border crossings.

    The surge in northern border crossings can be attributed to several factors. Unlike the southern border, the absence of a physical barrier, limited manpower, and geographical complexities make it an appealing route for migrants. Additionally, recent changes in travel regulations, including exemptions for Mexicans flying to Canada, have contributed to the influx.

    Instances of smuggling highlight the lucrative nature of illegal border activities. In a recent case, a US resident was convicted of smuggling three Mexican nationals across the northern border for financial gain. This incident proves the need for enhanced border security measures and cooperation between law enforcement agencies to combat illicit border activities effectively.

    As the fiscal year progresses, the unprecedented surge in northern border crossings underscores the pressing need for comprehensive solutions to address this growing challenge. From bolstering border security measures to enhancing interagency cooperation, concerted efforts are required to ensure the integrity of the nation’s borders and safeguard the communities they border.

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    ILLEGAL ALIENS HAVE "BROKEN" OUR IMMIGRATION SYSTEM

    DO NOT REWARD THEM - DEPORT THEM ALL

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    We are going to have to make their lives miserable here to make them self-deport along with mass round ups and ship them back.

    Get them out of our prisons.

    Go after visa overstays.

    Stop extending TPS. They need to go home.

    Shut down the refugee and asylum pipeline completely. Defund the program.

    Day one: Invoke Article 212(f) and pause any and ALL classes of aliens from all countries, no one gets in for four years.

    Stop issuing visas.

    Defund NGO's and churches.

    Investigate George Soros, United Nations, Gates, WEF.

    Investigate the politicians, DAs, and Judges who are paid off by the cartel.

    Slam the border shut.

    Cut off all foreign aid.

    Round up the UACs and send them back.

    Deem drivers' licenses issued to illegal aliens as null and void.

    E-Verify housing, rent, utilities, bank accounts, welfare, food stamps, WIC, TANF.

    Cut off every dime of state and federal funds funding these illegals!

    Fine the employers.

    Reverse Plyer vs Doe and get them out of our school. Deport them with their parents.

    No healthcare. Report and deport.

    Do entire sweeps of neighborhoods and deport them.

    Deputize every law enforcement agent that allows them to arrest and transport them to our Stadiums to process them.

    Deploy the National Guard to secure the perimeter of our Stadiums and assist our military to load on military transport.

    It is imperative we save this country from this invasion and arrest and jail the people involved in this human trafficking.
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    DO NOT REWARD THEM - DEPORT THEM ALL

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    You've documented quite an impressive list of actions

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