The Political Insider – by Kosar
U.S. Border Patrol agents along with the U.S. Customs and Border Protection have apparently caught two individuals sneaking across the border this weekend. But they weren’t from Mexico!
Breitbart has confirmation that one Egyptian national and one Iraqi national were detained by agents at the border, trying to enter America from Mexico.
The arrests were made at 2:15 p.m. along State Route 80 in Arizona.
As Breitbart reports:
One Iraqi national and one Egyptian national were apprehended by U.S. Border Patrol agents after the individuals from terror-hotbeds had illegally entered the U.S. from Mexico. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) confirmed the concerning apprehensions to Breitbart Texas in a statement. CBP declined to confirm that the foreign nationals were men, though a source operating under the umbrella of their agency claimed they were both males to Breitbart Texas.
“USBP agents [U.S. Border Patrol agents] from Lordsburg Station apprehended two individuals, one Iraqi national and the other from Egypt, while on patrol Saturday at 2:15 p.m. local time along Arizona State Route 80. Records checks and interviews produced no derogatory information and the two individuals were placed into removal proceedings,” wrote a spokesperson for the agency.
Breitbart Texas asked CBP again to specify the gender, as fighting-age males from terror-hotbeds penetrating the U.S. border would clearly be more of a concern than elderly females, but the agency would not enlighten the public to these important details.
We don’t know much about what they we trying to do. However, it’s a clear reminder that America’s immigration laws are frequently violated and it’s time to build a secure wall along the Mexican border.
America must protect itself from floods of illegal aliens and our borders cannot be easy for potential terrorists to travel across. To have a secure nation, we must know exactly who is coming into the country and why.
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