CBP: Colombia, China Top List of Criminal Invaders' Country of Origin Along San Diego Sector

Nick Kangadis | February 22, 2024
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For President Joe Biden’s regime, when talking about the criminal invasion aided by his office coming through U.S. borders, the phrase “when is enough, enough” doesn’t apply. Why? Because it seems like there is no number too large to be considered enough. His regime can talk about wanting to do something about the border all they want, but until something is actually done, it’s nothing more than hot air.

According to Customs and Border Protection information reported by Fox News on Thursday, there’s a cornucopia of nationalities represented by people invading the U.S.

The data is from the beginning of the fiscal year back in October alone and only in the San Diego Sector of the border.

While the top nationality represented isn’t a complete surprise, with 28,000 criminal invaders from Colombia being encountered, coming in second are invaders from China, with 21,000 encounters in that sector alone since October.

The rest of the top 10 includes, in order, Mexico, Brazil, Ecuador, Turkey, Guinea, India, Guatemala and Peru.

Fox News national correspondent Bill Melugin also posted another graphic to X showing “other notable countries crossing into San Diego Sector.”

Some might ask, ‘Where’s Venezuela?’ Most Venezuelan invaders come up through Central America, into Mexico and across the Texas, New Mexico or Arizona borders.

Related: Dr. Phil Tells Joe Rogan Chinese-Owned U.S. Farmland 'Around U.S. Military Installations'

The main takeaway is that Chinese nationals, are the second most crossing that particular sector. And while discrimination isn’t cool — unless you’re a leftist and you want to exclude your ideological counterparts — the fact that China is second on the list should be troubling.

While some Chinese might actually be trying to flee the oppression of their communist government, you better believe that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) would take advantage of such a situation and send in spies and other military-related individuals.

It might be a good idea to note where those Chinese invaders are ending up.

As I wrote on Wednesday, Dr. Phil McGraw noted that a lot of the U.S. farmland that China has bought resides “around U.S. military installations.”


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