Tuesday, June 4, 2024

30K Chinese Nationals Entered US Illegally Since October, Raising National Security Fears: Sources; Biden's Open-Border Policy Welcomes Foreign Spies: Since Biden Took Office, More Than 140,000 Chinese Nationals Have Been Encountered Illegally Crossing Our Border

30K Chinese nationals entered US illegally since October, raising national security fears: sources
Chinese migration to the US continues at a record pace, with 30,000 arrested for illegally crossing the border nationwide since October.
That number surpasses the 24,000 Chinese migrants encountered during the whole of fiscal year 2023, according to Border Patrol data leaked to The Post.
There has been an explosion in immigration from China during the Biden administration.
In the whole of fiscal year 2021 — which runs from October 1 to September 30 — just 342 Chinese migrants were encountered at the border.
The 24,000 Chinese people arrested in 2023 was more than in the previous 10 years combined.
The majority of Chinese migrants are entering through the San Diego border region, where agents have been completely overwhelmed by the massive influxes.
National security concerns have been raised by the ongoing trend, as Customs and Border Protection (CBP) cut the number of questions its processors were required to ask Chinese nationals from roughly 40 to just five due to a need to keep processing people quickly due to being overwhelmed by the numbers of people caught having crossed into the US illegally.
Many also destroy or discard their passports or ID cards on the Mexican side of the border, making it much harder for CBP to prove their identity and their country of origin, and making deporting them harder, according to various reports.
Many of the Chinese migrants also appear to be motivated by economic reasons, rather than fleeing life-threatening oppression.
A family that had crossed the border into San Diego in April told The Post they had no immediate problems forcing them to leave their homeland that would give them grounds to claim asylum in the US. --->READ MORE HERE
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Biden's open-border policy welcomes foreign spies:
Since Biden took office, more than 140,000 Chinese nationals have been encountered illegally crossing our border
President Biden’s open border policy has allowed millions of illegal aliens into the United States. Among those millions are an estimated 1.7 million gotaways, those who were spotted but not caught, and some are almost certainly on our terrorist watch list.
Likely, among these illegal aliens are foreign spies, here to size up this country for war and/or terrorist attacks – and our military facilities appear to be a key target.
Over the last nearly four years, as millions of illegal aliens flooded into America, there has been an uptick in the number of security breaches at our military installations. Coincidence?
Likely, the press reports of these incidents are just a drop in the bucket. However, for those of us who have some experience dealing with foreign spies, these events are likely just the tip of the spear and should be a loud wake-up for all Americans.
Consider a few possible foreign spying cases in the press over the past year.
Last June, Chinese citizens posing as tourists made multiple attempts to gain access to military facilities in Alaska. One such incident took place at Fort Wainwright in Fairbanks. Those "tourists" failed to stop at the fort’s guarded front gate but were eventually chased down by military police. A drone was found inside their vehicle and the occupants claimed they were "lost."
U.S. Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said the Wainwright incident and other similar episodes in recent years demonstrate that China has collected information about Alaska’s key military installations. The nation’s largest state is home to many fighter jets, F-22s and F-35s; Fort Greely’s sophisticated radars and missiles, poised to defend against nuclear ICBM attack; as well as the 11th Airborne Division, our arctic warfare specialists. --->READ MORE HERE
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