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Border Patrol Busts, Yemeni, Bangladeshi Illegal Aliens At Arizona Southern Border

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Customs and Border Patrol agents arrested two groups of illegal immigrants who crossed the southern border with Mexico in Arizona this week. The authorities have revealed that the groups of aliens were from Yemen and Bangladesh, distant countries with national security implications.

Both groups of illegal travelers were arrested in the vicinity of Yuma, Arizona, and were apprehended on Tuesday. The first group of five Bangladeshi migrants was arrested near a county highway. Later in the day, CBP agents busted three Yemeni men who were found west the city of San Luis.

Yemen possesses one of the world’s most pervasive terrorist presences, with large swathes of the country controlled by Al Qaeda and Iranian-supported Shia Islamist groups respectively.

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Federal authorities are currently investigating the backgrounds of the migrants for possible national security considerations. All of the men have been charged with immigration law violation.

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It’s unusual yet not unprecedented for illegal immigrants to arrive at the southern border from far-fetched locations, but it’s even more questionable in the midst of the global coronavirus pandemic. Authorities have busted Russian, Syrian, and Iranian nationals attempting to infiltrate the southern border before.

Illegal border crossings have declined sharply in correlation with a new set of strict immigration restrictions, allowing for the prompt expulsion of illegal aliens outside of the convoluted and byzantine immigration court system during the coronavirus pandemic. With levels of illegal immigration declining considerably, the President and DHS are considering enacting the temporary coronavirus border restrictions on an extended basis to prevent further introduction of the disease into the country.

It’s possible the arrest of two different national groups on the same day suggests the involvement of sophisticated human smuggling rings.

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LOL: Ignorant Blue Checks on Twitter Get Confused After President Trump’s Remark That ‘Coyotes’ are Smuggling Children Across the Border

These people know nothing that is true.

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After President Donald Trump remarked that “coyotes” are smuggling children across the U.S. southern border in yesterday’s presidential debate, verified liberals on Twitter demonstrated their extreme ignorance when it comes to the immigration issue.

Some of the low lights from these clueless Democrats can be seen here:

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Alleged high school shooting victim and gun control spokesman David Hogg showed his lack of basic intelligence on the issue as well:

The incredible ignorance from the Left on the true nature of illegal immigration has resulted in their support for some of the most ghastly and inhumane policies imaginable.

Big League Politics reported on how CBS News painted human traffickers in a positive light because they were flooding the border as part of a planned and well-financed migrant caravan last year:

The Darién Gap, a undeveloped jungle swampland connecting North and South America at the border of Panama and Colombia, is said to be one of the most dangerous places in the Americas. It’s largely overrun by human smugglers, paramilitary organizations, and drug traffickers, and the U.S State Department advises Americans not to travel to the region.

The region’s criminal reputation didn’t stop CBS News from running a sympathetic profile of some of the human smugglers operating in the area on Saturday. CBS’s portrayal of a ‘coyote’ named Emerson Gonzalez Jimenez was unquestioning of his claims that he was offering a generous service to the migrants who sought passage through the Darien Gap to Panama, usually on the way to the United States.

Colombians, Venezuelans, Haitians and even individuals from Asia or Africa commonly hire the services of the smugglers to navigate through the dangerous region. It’s not uncommon for migrants to die during the often-perilous journey, as the Gap poses a threat on account of its wild nature and the criminals known to operate within it.

A Marxist terrorist organization known as FARC, the Spanish-language synonym for Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, has extensively operated in the area. FARC has trafficked and sold a great deal of cocaine destined for the United States, in addition to waging a violent insurgency against the government of Colombia.

The crossing of often helpless and penniless migrants through the Darién Gap poses a humanitarian concern. Migrants are largely powerless at the hands of the coyotes guiding them, and can be easily exploited. Female migrants are often raped or forced into prostitution by smugglers.

Closing the borders would not only keep Americans safe, but it would also stop human trafficking networks from smuggling exploited children across the border.

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