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Border Patrol was just assaulted down south and Biden doesn’t want you to know


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The southern border has become a literal war zone. Bullets are flying and no one is talking about it.

And now Border Patrol was just assaulted down south and Biden doesn’t want you to know.

This week, gunmen operating inside Mexico reportedly opened fire on U.S. Border Patrol personnel working on the southern border.

According to Fox News contributor Griff Jenkins, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirmed the Wednesday incident with the network.

The gunfire fired at Border Patrol agents from the Mexican side occurred in the Ysleta section of the El Paso Sector, according to Jenkins’ X post.

The incident, which caused no casualties, occurred in the afternoon.

Federal authorities initiated an inquiry into the event, describing it as a “use of force” incident in which Border Patrol agents returned fire.

“On May 8, 2024, Border Patrol agents assigned to the El Paso Sector were involved in a use of force incident while responding to reports of shots fired near the border in the Ysleta Station area of responsibility in Texas,” said the statement.

“There are no reported injuries at this time. The incident is under review by Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Professional Responsibility.”

The incident occurred as the southern border is experiencing catastrophic amounts of illegal immigration as a result of President Joe Biden’s policies and the reversal of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

Under Biden, more than 8 million illegal aliens entered the United States, more than the population of most states. 

Additionally, several suspects on the FBI’s terrorist blacklist entered the nation.

Also, in December 2023, around 6,000 Chinese nationals had “land encounters” with border police officials. It was just over 2,000 in March.

It’s a tremendous increase from March of two years ago, when there were 101 interactions with Chinese nationals.

“People are taking a very long route, going from China to Thailand to Turkey then to Ecuador and coming up through the southern border,” said Grace Leem the assemblywoman who represents Lower Manhattan. She’s recently noticed significant changes in portions of her district.

“We know that the number one destination for Chinese migrants in the United States is New York City,” she said.

The data reveals a pattern in New York immigration courts between October 2023 and March of this year.

More than 130,000 notices to appear have been issued, requiring noncitizens to face civil immigration charges in court.

The nationality with the second-highest number is Chinese. And 95 percent of those cases involve persons entering the United States without scrutiny.

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