Kamala Sets Awful Border Record (Video)

(TheProudRepublic.com) – Kamala Harris’s landmark achievement in history has now become crystal clear – and it’s a giant crime against the people of the United States – as Biden’s “point person” on the Southern Border has just set an awful and stupefying new illegal alien invasion record.

More than 7 million illegal aliens have invaded the US since Joe Biden and Kamala Harris occupied the White House in January 2021 – including 2 million gotaways.

The US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) shared data on Saturday, revealing that September had the highest number of monthly border encounters ever.

This capped off fiscal year 2023, which also set a record for the highest yearly encounters, The Daily Caller reports.

Thus, there were 269,735 encounters at the southern border in September alone.

This number outpaces the 232,963 and 183,479 encounters reported in August and July. CBP’s data for the entire fiscal year of 2023 shows 2,475,669 encounters.

For comparison, 2021 and 2020 had 2,378,944 and 1,734,686 encounters, respectively.

“In response to high rates of encounters across the southwest border in September, CBP surged resources and personnel,” commented Troy Miller, the senior official in charge of the CBP Commissioner’s duties.

He stressed the agency’s engagement “with domestic and foreign partners to address historic hemispheric migration, including large migrant groups traveling on freight trains, and to enforce consequences including by preparing for direct repatriations to Venezuela.”

Due to the sharp rise in encounters at the southern border, the Biden administration has decided to expand the border wall in the Rio Grande Valley Sector in Texas.

They explained that this decision was made because funds for the wall were already set aside in 2019 during Trump’s administration, and these funds could not be reallocated elsewhere.

In an incident in September, CBP officials were seen cutting barbed wire in Eagle Pass, Texas, allowing migrants to cross the border.

Consequently, Eagle Pass Mayor Rolando Salinas Jr. declared a state of emergency for the town, which has a population of about 28,000, in light of the sudden increase in migrants.

“CBP will continue to remain vigilant, making operational adjustments as necessary and enforcing consequences under US immigration law,” Miller added in the agency’s release.

“The supplemental funding request announced yesterday would provide critically needed additional resources including additional CBP agents and officers to support our essential missions,” the official concluded.