June 8, 2019
African migrants claiming asylum.
The situation at the border gets browner and darker every day.
After that recent group of Africans was apprehended, Border Patrol agents have noticed what they’ve called a “dramatic rise” in the sighting of migrants.
Border Patrol agents have seen a “dramatic rise” in the number of African migrants detained at the U.S.-Mexico border over the past week, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency has said.
In a statement on Wednesday, CBP said that in the six days since May 30, more than 500 people from African countries had been arrested by Border Patrol’s Del Rio Sector in Texas alone.
The agency said that had arrested a group of 34 people that same day and had previously detained a number of large groups caught trying to cross the Rio Grande River, including one group of more than 100 people.
These are just the scouts.
They come to test our defenses, which is an easy task considering literally everyone showing up at the border is getting in.
More will come very soon.
CBP said the majority of the groups’ members had been families coming from the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Angola.
In addition to being the battlefield for one of the world’s bloodiest civil wars, the DRC has also been hit by one of the biggest Ebola outbreaks in history, with more than 2,000 cases reported in the last 10 months.
In neighboring Angola, much of the country is still struggling to recover from the impacts of the civil war that raged across the country for 27 years after independence, leaving hundreds of thousands dead.
It would be nice if these Congolese blacks brought Ebola-Chan with them.
That wasn’t a joke, by the way.
It would really be very nice if they brought Ebola-Chan and she infected and killed everyone at the detention centers.
It is unclear what route migrants are taking from African countries. However, in recent interviews with NPR, African migrants said they had traveled from their home countries to Brazil before heading north towards the U.S.-Mexico border, a journey that would likely take several months.
Yeah, it’s unclear what route they’re taking and no one can ask them because they don’t speak English and we don’t speak baboon.
It’s okay though, they have all the time in the world to learn English. We can ask them in a couple of years, after we’ve paid for their language lessons, private tutors to teach them how to read and write, some cozy apartment somewhere, food and clothing, movies, and all of that good stuff.
We’re great hosts here in America. This is who we are.
Thankfully it’s not what our bees are.
A border patrol agent working along the Rio Grande River in Texas earlier this week stumbled into a swarm of bees, and then found something even more startling.
The agent was patrolling in Brownsville on Tuesday when a small number of bees got into his vehicle, which caused him to take a quick detour. Once the agent got the bees out of his unit, he went back to see where they had come from, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said in a news release on Friday. That’s when he discovered “a jacket and a bundle covered in thousands of bees,” the news release said.
But it was more than a bundle: After looking closer, the agent realized that underneath the thousands of bees there was a woman “curled up in the fetal position,” according to CBP. The agent yelled for the woman to get up and run to his vehicle — and when she stood up, the agent noticed she had been shielding a child as well.
The agent did a brief evaluation of the pair — a Guatemalan mother and her 8-year-old son — and called for an ambulance to take them to a local hospital, the agency said. The child started throwing up while they awaited the ambulance, so the agent took the family to the hospital himself, where they were put in an intensive care unit.
What a brave Migrant Aid Force agent.
Migrant Aid Force.
This is a clear example of the dynamic at the border. The people supposed to patrol the border are not patrolling the border to keep it safe from foreign threats but to keep foreign threats safe from America.
If you were a Border Patrol agent that loved his country, why not let the bees do your job?
These little guys are not only critically important for pollination; they also share their honey with you, patrol your border for you and attack the invaders on your behalf.
Beebros don’t even ask for anything in return.
They don’t want payment.
They don’t want your stuff.
They do it because they’re your bros.
Their satisfaction comes from your safety and happiness.