WATCH: Bus Unloads Migrant Group to Cross Unsecured Border In Arizona


In case anyone wonders why we need a strong border its because that for a good portion of the border there is nothing there at all and for the parts that do have some kind of barrier it’s practically nothing.

If it were something substantial you would have to sit and think that it would be a little bit harder to get over that fence.

Now, we all remember going over a fence of some kind when we were kids and it looks about as easy as it is in the video below.

We need something along the southern border because there are so many people trying to get across that it would be impossible to keep track of everyone and impossible to patrol every inch of the border.

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Via Breitbart:

Tucson Sector Border Patrol camera operators captured video of a bus dropping off a group of migrants at an unsecured portion of the border in southwest Arizona last week. The migrants quickly exit the bus and cross where no barrier exists to stop them.

The Border Patrol video, reported by NBC News’ Gabe Gutierrez and Annie Rose Ramos, shows a bus approaching an unsecured portion of the Arizona-Mexico border during the early morning hours of January 14.

“He (the camera operator) saw a bus stop on the Mexican side of the border,” Ajo Station Chief Fernando Grijalva told Gutierrez “The bus driver got out, opened the doors and then proceeded to have approximately 80 people exit the bus and cross into the United States illegally.”

“This is a crisis,” Grijalva stated in reference to the large numbers of migrant families and unaccompanied minors who are now illegally crossing the border in record numbers.

As Border Patrol camera operators watched, 84 migrants exited the bus and simply walked across the unsecured section of the border and illegally entered the U.S. The video concludes with ground-based Border Patrol agents arriving to apprehend the migrants.

It is apparent in the video that young children are part of the group being dropped off in the middle of the desert.