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“INVASION!” 1,000+ Migrants Storm Texas Port of Entry


Biden’s disaster at the U.S. Southern border continues to escalate.

On Sunday, reports broke of an enormous group of migrants attempting to enter the United States.

In a chaotic scene, the group rushed the port of entry in El Paso, Texas.

“Our contact in Juarez, MX tells us a massive group of at least 1,000 migrants just attempted to rush a port of entry in El Paso in an effort to get into the United States. Video shows them pushing past the Mexican side of Paso Del Norte bridge. Awaiting CBP comment,” said Fox News National Correspondent Bill Melugin.

Kari Lake retweeted Melugin’s video and said, “INVASION.”

“Another video from our contact. We’re told some crowd control measures were used (unclear which side of border), and a chunk of the group was repelled, and is now gathering at another smaller bridge, while some are trying to cross in the river. Waiting for more details from CBP,” Melugin said.

“Another video from our contact showing this massive migrant group trying to rush Paso Del Norte bridge in El Paso in an attempt to get into the United States.”

Melugin shared CBP’s statement regarding the incident.

“Live cams show the migrants have dispersed and CBP & the Mexican military now have the bridge under control. However, the bridge is now closed to vehicle traffic, and has been for hours,” Melugin said.

Fox News reported:

A group of at least 1,000 migrants rushed the Paso Del Norte bridge linking Mexico to the U.S. in El Paso, Texas, on Sunday, to gain access into the United States, video shows.

Crowd control measures were used when the group of mainly Venezuelan migrants continued to press forward, though according to sources at the border, the efforts were thwarted.

Videos show migrants of all ages pressing toward the fenced border, with some putting their hands in the air to encourage others to continue moving forward.

Another video shows the moment the migrants pushed onto the bridge and began running for freedom, with a sign above the read, “Feliz Viaje,” or, happy travels.

In a third video, migrants were seen gathering on a smaller bridge, while others were observed lining up along the riverbank.

Customs and Border Protection increased manpower in the area on the U.S. side, while the Mexican military attempted to contain the incident on the southern side of the bridge.

Cameras on the bridge that were setup to stream showed an intense build up at the border, with several CBP agents lined up behind a barricade and razor wire.

There were more than 2.3 million migrant encounters in FY 2022, and FY 2023 has been on pace to top those record numbers.


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