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Illegal Immigration Crisis Escalates: Illegal Immigrants Use Lyft to Evade U.S. Border Patrol

Illegal Immigration Crisis Escalates: Illegal Immigrants Use Lyft to Evade U.S. Border Patrol

Illegal Immigrants Released on San Diego Streets

Illegal Aliens Hop a Lyft Amid Invasion

Reports indicate that illegal aliens, tired of waiting for U.S. Border Patrol agents to pick them up, have resorted to using Lyft to disappear into Southern California. The San Diego Sector of the U.S. Border Patrol has been overwhelmed by waves of illegal border crossers from around the world, making it the busiest sector in the country.

California's Lack of Assistance

California has reportedly provided little to no help to federal authorities in controlling the influx of immigrants, leading to chaos in the region around Jacumba Hot Springs. Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin has been documenting the situation, publishing disturbing images and videos of groups of illegal immigrants wandering along rural roads in southeastern San Diego County. He noted the lack of assistance from California, a sanctuary state, and the absence of any state-level efforts to control the situation.

Rideshare as an Escape Route

While many illegal immigrants anticipate being picked up by Border Patrol and subsequently released into the U.S., some have taken matters into their own hands. Melugin reported that a group of Colombians, tired of waiting for Border Patrol, called a Lyft and drove away. This group is now considered "gotaways".

Concerns About Border Security

An immigrant from Turkey expressed his concerns about the ease with which he was able to enter the U.S. He questioned the lack of security and background checks, raising concerns about the potential for dangerous individuals to enter the country.

San Diego's Immigration Numbers

San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond provided data indicating that nearly 250,000 illegal immigrants have been encountered in the San Diego Sector since October 1. Of these, nearly 150,000 have been released onto the streets. The top five countries of origin for these immigrants are Columbia, Mexico, China, Ecuador, and Brazil.

Chaos at the U.S.-Mexico Border

There is ongoing chaos along the U.S.-Mexico border, as regularly reported by Infowars.

Final Thoughts

The situation at the U.S.-Mexico border, particularly in the San Diego Sector, raises serious questions about border security and immigration policy. The ease with which immigrants are able to enter the country and disappear into the population is concerning. What are your thoughts on this issue? Share this article with your friends and engage in the conversation. Don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, delivered to your inbox every day at 6pm.

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