Illegals Say They Rushed Border Before Trump Is Elected

( – Donald Trump has promised to make sweeping changes to the nation’s immigration policies, including erecting internment camps and deporting millions of illegal migrants once he secures a second term in office. Meanwhile, a recent report confirmed that illegals say they are rushing the border to gain entry into the country while Joe Biden remains in office.

On May 20, the New York Post published a disturbing article discussing that trend. Jennie Taer, the media outlet’s Texas reporter, talked to two Colombian migrants after they crossed the Arizona-Mexico border the previous week.

Twenty-year-old Ricardo and his brother, Sebastian, 18, said they obtained assistance from the Yuma Regional Center for Border Health (RCBH). Border Patrol agents bring migrants to the facility for food and medical care. The RCBH also helps coordinate transportation for immigrants to their final destination.

The brothers told Taer they thought getting into the US would be more difficult after the upcoming presidential election. “We don’t want Trump,” they said, using basic English.

It remains unclear how entering the country under the current administration would help migrants stay in the country under a Trump presidency. He has discussed revoking protections under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs, which could impact more than a million foreigners living and working in the US. The former president also indicated he would suspend the Biden administration’s refugee resettlement policies in their entirety upon assuming office again.

Trump recently told Time Magazine he would use the US military, National Guard, and local law enforcement officials to target millions of illegal immigrants currently living in the US. He hasn’t provided specific details related to his plan but has vowed to deport “nearly 20 million” undocumented migrants.

Recent polling confirmed that a majority of Americans disapprove of Biden’s handling of border security and immigration. A recent Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research survey showed that 56% of participants said the president’s policies “hurt.” Only 16% said they “helped.”

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