PROOF: Illegals Swarming Border

( – Damning new evidence has emerged that the nation’s illegal immigrant invasion remains in full swing as the latest US government figures show close to one million migrants have been allowed to waltz in through the Southern Border in the first five months of the 2024 fiscal year.

Border Patrol agents nabbed over 902,000 migrants who illegally crossed into the United States between ports of entry from October 2023 – February 2024, Breitbart News reports.

This number is slightly lower than the same time frame in FY23 but marks an increase of almost twelve percent over FY22’s figures, the report points out.

More specifically, between October 1, 2023, and February 29, 2024, Border Patrol agents caught 902,113 migrants who unlawfully crossed the border between ports of entry.

This is about the same as the pace of 903,693 migrants caught during the same period in the 2023 fiscal year.

In the first five months of the record-breaking Fiscal Year 2022, agents caught only 806,299 before going on to apprehend over two million migrants for the entire year.

The five Texas-based border sectors saw a decline from nearly 561,000 during the first five months of FY23 to about 407,000 in FY24, marking a decrease of nearly twenty-eight percent.

This drop is attributed to several factors including increased border enforcement by the State of Texas through Operation Lone Star and Mexico’s vigorous efforts to remove migrants from its northern border and relocate them to central and southern Mexico.

In contrast, the number of migrants apprehended illegally entering the Tucson Sector surged from over 112,000 in FY23 to more than 300,000 in FY24 – 167-percent increase.

Similarly, agents in the San Diego Sector saw a substantial rise in migrant apprehensions from around 86,000 in FY23 to nearly 152,000 in FY24, marking a 76-percent increase.

Furthermore, every sector along the northern border witnessed an increase in migrant apprehensions this year compared to last.

Particularly noteworthy is the Swanton Sector, covering eastern New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire, which reported an increase from just under two thousand in the first five months of FY23 to more than four thousand in the same period this year, marking a 167-percent increase.

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