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Two Toddlers Are Dropped Over Mexican Border By Smugglers


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This is absolutely heartbreaking.

The U.S. Border Patrol’ss surveillance technology caught on video two little girls being dropped from a 14ft wall by smugglers.

The two Ecuadorean little girls are sisters and were dropped over the wall by smugglers on the Mexico side.

Here’s the video of the moment it happened:

Amazingly, the two little girls were found by border patrol agents and are now safe.

If it wasn’t for the border patrol agents coming for their rescue who knows what would’ve happened.

The New York Post got the full scoop and added these details:

The young girls who were literally dropped on the American side of the U.S.-Mexico border and abandoned by smugglers earlier this week are sisters from Ecuador who are “doing fine” and are “so resilient,” El Paso Border Patrol Sector Chief Gloria Chavez told “Your World” Thursday.

“I was really horrified and appalled and worried when I first saw the images come through from my staff,” Chavez told host Neil Cavuto. “When I saw that first child dropped to the ground and then not see her move for a few seconds, I honestly thought this child just probably hit her head and is unconscious. And then I see the second child and immediately DHS, obviously, within a few minutes responded to that area to rescue them.”

On Wednesday, Chavez released video showing what she said were two smugglers scaling a 14-foot fence and dropping each child onto the ground, along with what appeared to be some belongings, before retreating back onto the Mexican side of the fence. Chavez said the girls — ages five and two — were left “in the middle of the New Mexico desert … miles from the nearest residence” and were only picked up thanks to the “vigilance of our agents using mobile [surveillance] technology.”

Fox News covered the shocking story too:

young girls who were literally dropped on the American side of the U.S.-Mexico border and abandoned by smugglers earlier this week are sisters from Ecuador who are “doing fine” and are “so resilient,” El Paso Border Patrol Sector Chief Gloria Chavez told “Your World” Thursday.

“I was really horrified and appalled and worried when I first saw the images come through from my staff,” Chavez told host Neil Cavuto. “When I saw that first child dropped to the ground and then not see her move for a few seconds, I honestly thought this child just probably hit her head and is unconscious. And then I see the second child and immediately DHS, obviously, within a few minutes responded to that area to rescue them.”

On Wednesday, Chavez released video showing what she said were two smugglers scaling a 14-foot fence and dropping each child on to the ground, along with what appeared to be some belongings, before retreating back onto the Mexican side of the fence. Chavez said the girls — ages five and two — were left “in the middle of the New Mexico desert … miles from the nearest residence” and were only picked up thanks to the “vigilance of our agents using mobile [surveillance] technology.”

The Biden administration has yet to condemn smugglers but instead has only enabled them with their policies.



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