North Carolina, Utah, and Georgia are now Border Towns with Rising Burdens, Biden Promises Aid as Illegals Burn Indigenous Lands for Warmth

Illegal invaders, including women and children, from Mexico, are being taken through the desert by drug cartels for a fee and left in makeshift squatters’ locations to wait for provisions and transportation deeper into the US, from places where there are no food, water, or ways to keep warm other than burning down trees to stay warm in the freezing cold.

However, the federal government does have a plan to solve the problem: tax Americans more and give them some free food when they are settled deep in their new homes:

“President Biden is committed to addressing this problem; that’s why he submitted a supplemental funding request to Congress which includes additional resources to secure the border with more law enforcement, more grant funding for jurisdictions hosting migrants, and funding to accelerate the processing of work permits for eligible noncitizens,” a White House spokesperson said recently about the border crisis.

Ben Bergquam, host of Real America’s Voice show Law and Border, reported on Saturday about his most recent investigations into the border crisis:

“This is our second stop today. We’re just in Lukesville. It is absolutely overrun there. Now we’re on the Tohono O’odham reservation. I was here not too long ago, and I’ve never seen this. It looks like the surface of the Moon destruction that’s happening here is out of control. They are absolutely destroying this land,” he said, panning the area and showing dead trees.

Bergquam talked to some of the migrants about where they were headed and about their experience in the area, reporting:

“They are trying to figure out what to do. So the government is building this big tent to put these migrants under so they don’t have to keep burning out here. They are burning plastic and whatever else they can burn—just a total mess. So people told me they’ve been here for two days. Some of the more no food, no water.”

Then he asked a woman who spoke English: ” Why is everyone from Mexico coming to this spot today? Over in Lukesville, it was all people from Africa.

The woman answered him, and Ben replied: “So they brought you through the desert though dropped you off. And then you’ve waited here for two days. When you guys came here did anyone that was bringing you tell you it’d be this hard?”

She replied that no one warned her. ” They have no idea. They just came and dropped you off and said good luck,” Ben said with the woman nodding yes.

” So the cartels are making millions and Joe Biden is selling out our country. Don’t come here. Don’t come here. Don’t come illegally. Don’t sell yourself to the cartels. Don’t believe what the Democrats tell you. It’s all a lie. . We have to take control back from these traitors in Washington,” Bergquam finished.

CNN reported on Sunday that there is not much stopping anyone from crossing into the US:
A new surge of migrants at the US-Mexico border is overwhelming already-stretched resources and prompting urgent talks with Mexican officials as December border crossings reached a record monthly high.

Border authorities encountered more than 225,000 migrants along the US-Mexico border this month, marking the highest monthly total recorded since 2000, according to preliminary Homeland Security statistics shared with CNN. Over the course of the month, authorities dealt with more than 10,000 migrants crossing daily until more recently, when the numbers began to drop.

More than 11,700 migrant children are also in federal government custody, according to data released jointly by the Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Homeland Security.

The number of migrant children in Health and Human Services custody has jumped 6.5% since December 1, prompting the department to issue a news release Friday saying additional capacity is “urgently needed to manage the increasing numbers of unaccompanied children” arriving at the US southern border.

Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is heading to Eagle Pass, Texas, along the southern border January 8 for an “operational visit” regarding immigration enforcement efforts, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday.

He will meet with officials with Customs and Border Protection as well as US Border Patrol and local officials.

Since last year, Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott has bused more than 92,000 migrants to cities across the country, according to his office. Those cities include Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, DC – all of which are led by Democratic mayors.

Even US cities far from the Mexican border are reaching a breaking point trying to manage the influx of migrants, several mayors told CNN on Friday.

“The international crisis that we are experiencing right now is being subsidized by local economies,” Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson told “CNN This Morning” Friday.

“That is not sustainable, and that’s why we need Congress to actually have appropriations to make sure that what refugees from Ukraine receive, we have to ask … why aren’t those same support services being provided for individuals who are coming from the continent of Africa and Central and South America?”

The shelter system for migrants in Chicago has reached capacity, the mayor said. And without a coordinated solution, the migrant crisis “is going to crush local economies,” Johnson said.

Denver is expected to spend about 10% of its entire city budget on migrant shelter and aid next year, Mayor Mike Johnston said.

New York City has received more than 161,000 migrants since 2022, and the influx will likely cost an estimated $12 billion over three years, Mayor Eric Adams said.
“This national crisis is impacting – and it has the potential to destabilize – the financial obligations that we have in our cities,” Adams said.

He said New York City might reach a “breaking point,” which could include forced cutbacks to school programs, the police department, trash pickup and resources for senior citizens.
“Every agency and delivery of service in my city is going to be drastically impacted by the actions of picking up the tab of $5 billion this fiscal year, $12 billion of three years,” Adams said.

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