A National Security Nightmare ‘Biden’s Border – 10 Million Invaders Allowed Into The US And Many Are Ready To Attack Us In Cells …Our Military Is Being Sent Overseas And There Is Little Ammo Left Here – We Are Being Set Up
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In a shocking turn of events, the United States finds itself facing an unprecedented crisis at its southern border. Over ten million illegal migrants have entered the country under the Biden administration, a number that even exceeds the “thirteenth largest state” in the nation. This alarming situation, exacerbated by the unchecked flow of so-called “gotaways,” poses a severe threat to national security. It’s time to shed light on this grave concern, one that the government seems reluctant to acknowledge fully.
The security and integrity of the United States’ borders have always been a matter of paramount importance. However, recent developments have thrown our nation into a state of crisis, with illegal border crossings soaring to unimaginable levels. This article will delve deep into the concerning numbers, the elusive gotaways, and the potential national security risks associated with this ongoing catastrophe.
The Staggering Statistics: Over 10 Million Illegal Crossings
Since January 2021, the United States has witnessed an influx of illegal migrants, the likes of which have never been seen before. Official U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) statistics reveal that approximately 8.3 million people have illegally entered the country in less than two years. To put this into perspective, that’s equivalent to the population of the “thirteenth largest state” in the country. And this is just the tip of the iceberg.
What the official statistics fail to account for are the mysterious “gotaways.” These are individuals who enter the country without being apprehended or detected by border authorities. Shockingly, the federal agency refuses to make public the number of gotaways, leaving us in the dark about the true extent of the crisis. However, brave and anonymous border agents have stepped forward to reveal that the minimum estimate for gotaways since President Biden took office stands at a staggering 1.7 million migrants, with at least 769,174 having crossed the southern border alone.
The ominous truth is that this number does not include the northern border or other potential entry points. Moreover, these figures are considered a “best estimate” at best. U.S. law enforcement agents remain clueless about the actual number of undocumented individuals within our borders, let alone their whereabouts.
Former President Trump, in an exclusive interview with The National Pulse, went further and predicted that the real number could be closer to 15 million. Such a revelation paints a bleak picture of the situation, one that demands immediate attention and action.
The National Security Nightmare
The implications of this border crisis go beyond mere statistics; they strike at the heart of our national security. With millions of undocumented individuals present within our borders, the risks are palpable. It’s not just a matter of immigration policy; it’s a matter of homeland security.In the face of such staggering numbers and the elusive presence of “gotaways,” it is imperative that the United States addresses this crisis head-on. National security should always be a top priority, and it’s high time our government recognized the gravity of the situation.
The question remains: Are we prepared to confront this national security nightmare, or will we continue to be blindsided by the enormity of the issue? The security and well-being of our nation depend on the actions we take today.
In conclusion, the United States is at a crossroads, facing a border crisis of unprecedented proportions. The numbers are staggering, the risks are real, and the need for action is undeniable. This is not a political issue; it’s a matter of national security, and we must address it as such. Our future depends on it.