Legless Guatemalan Man Successfully Invades America

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
March 23, 2019

America’s border security is so useless that a legless man was able to invade the country. 

Donald Trump has said many times that you don’t have a country if you don’t have a border. Well, it’s becoming increasingly obvious that we don’t have a country because America’s border security is one of the biggest jokes imaginable.

Further illustrating this fact, is this story about a man with no legs who was able to invade the country under this insane system we have.

Fox 5:

Border patrol agents had to rescue a double amputee from an island in the middle of the Rio Grande River this week.

It happened on Wednesday, March 20. Agents from the Eagle Pass Station marine unit, saw the man by himself in a wheelchair stranded on an island in the center of the river.

Agents went to the island and found out the man was a 37-year-old Guatemalan. The man claimed he crossed to the island on his own, but was unable to continue the crossing to shore.

The Border Patrol says he was determined to be in the United States illegally and was assisted to the U.S. shore for medical attention and processing.

It comes on the heels of two other encounters with people with special needs.

All these invaders have to do is cross the border and claim asylum. And even if you are a double amputee who can’t physically cross the border, we have security personnel who will bring you into the country and give you food and medical care. Worst that happens to any of these invaders is that they get detained for a period of time before being released.

Trump has totally given up on trying to end this ridiculous policy of catch and release. In fact, this policy has greatly expanded in recent months. The Washington Times just reported that 107,000 illegal aliens were caught and released over the past three months. There are similar stories on Breitbart and other normie-con websites. They’re just dropping these invaders off at bus stations where they are then free to travel anywhere within the United States.

America is no longer a country. In fact, it is hard to know what it actually is when you critically analyze everything that’s going on. But hey, at least we have 3.1 percent GDP growth!