More than 100 Chinese Illegals Cross Border in One Day in San Diego Alone – More than 30,000 Chinese Illegals Have Entered the San Diego Sector Since Early October | The Gateway expert

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According to Fox News reporter Bill MeluginAccording to CBP, 118 Chinese illegal aliens crossed the border in the San Diego sector on Saturday. More than 30,000 Chinese illegal immigrants have entered the San Diego sector since October 1. This isn't surprising since Texas has been cracking down on illegals at the border.

In addition, since October 1, illegal aliens from many other countries have also entered the US through the San Diego sector. More than 8,900 from India, 7,800 from Turkey and others from Uzbekistan, Mauritania, Vietnam and Guinea.

Since the 2021 budget year, the number of Chinese illegal immigrants has increased by 8,600 percent. The record shows that a total of just over 340 Chinese illegal immigrants crossed the border at that time. This statistic applies to the entire southern border, compared to the 30,000 since October 1st in San Diego alone! The massive increase in numbers shows this is intentional, while the federal government is failing to secure the border. Additionally, California Governor Gavin Newsom has offered free health care to illegal immigrants.

Bill Melugin had reported that last week approximately 3,200 illegal aliens were released on one day in the US alone with a 'Notice to Appear' court dates.

More than 1,600 of these illegals were released by the Border Patrol, while more than 1,500 were released at ports of entry. Much of it was done on the CBP One app which processes them to the US, but is of little practical use.

Since January 2021, approximately 10 to 12 million illegal immigrants have entered the US.

That number equates to approximately the population of 41 individual states.

DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has continued to dodge responsibility for the open border. In February he was on NBC's “Meet the pressand blamed the border crisis on a “broken system.”

“Are you responsible for what happens at the border?” Kristin Welker asked.

“We bear no responsibility for a broken system,” Mayorkas continued.

Meanwhile, Chinese nationals have entered US military bases and sensitive locations more than 100 times.

U.S. Fleet Commander Admiral Daryl Caudle warned FOX News viewers that there has been an increase in the number of foreign nationals attempting to enter U.S. military bases across the country. These infringement attempts now occur two to three times a week.

Caudle further told Bill Hemmer America reports that attempted penetration of U.S. military bases by foreigners occurs “two to three times a week.”

Chinese nationals have entered US military sites and sensitive areas such as the Kennedy Space Center more than a hundred times in recent years.

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