Thousands of asylum fraudsters have crossed in Yuma recently. Tens of thousands more are reportedly on the way to the border. Will Yuma and Arizona be the next hot spot for the fake refugee invasion?
There are several gaps near Yuma where the planned, contracted “Border Wall” was not finished, but also the Cocopah Indian reservation near Yuma has about six miles of wide-open border along the (dry) Colorado river, where very large numbers of illegals can easily cross on foot, even little kids, women, frail, old and overweight people.
The Cocopah tribe opposed a fence being built along their reservation. The Trump administration apparently acquiesced to the opposition of the Indian tribes, some of whose tribal leaders may be getting their cut of the very lucrative cartel smuggling fees.
See this article below by the Washington Times about the recent increase in illegal crossings in the Yuma area.
There are also other places at risk with still about 100 miles of wide open border in Arizona, 62 miles at the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation and about 20 miles in the San Rafael Valley, just east of Nogales, plus quite a few smaller gaps left in scattered places, where maintenance or maintenance and flood gates were never finished due to Biden’s contract halt. There is probably some unfinished fence east of Douglas, also. The construction of 20 miles in the San Rafael Valley was halted by Biden.
The construction of the “Border Wall” was never planned for the Cocopah or Tohono O’odham Indian reservations, which amounts to about 68 miles of the approximately 100-mile border gap in Arizona. About 25-30% of the Arizona border is completely open to illegal crossers on foot, thanks mainly to these two Indian tribes who opposed closing the border.
Here is news report from Yuma about protest against recent illegal border crossers being housed in air conditioned hotels, while homeless Americans are living in the streets in an area where the temperature can rise to 120 degrees, or more.
Keep in mind that, while the Border Patrol is busy assisting illegal border crossers, most of which fraudulently claim to be “refugees”, hard drugs and tradition illegal aliens are being smuggled across the border elsewhere.
The floods of fake refugees are used as a distraction for this purpose. The traditional illegal aliens, who run from the Border Patrol, are more likely to be serious criminals, drug smugglers or supporters of terrorism, who do not want to be interviewed by the Border Patrol. That is not to say those fraudulently claiming asylum are exactly upstanding citizens, either.
This is a video about the 62-mile border gap one the border with the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation, about 200 miles east of Yuma.
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California also has some open border, but far less than Arizona. There are about 7 miles of wide open border in Marron Valley near Tijuana.
There is a gap of about a 1.5 miles of open border just east of Tecate where Campo creek crosses the border. The community there is called “Canyon City”, also called “Trestle Valley” I believe by the Border Patrol, because an old railroad track crosses the border there.
There are likely more open spots in the Jacumba Wilderness, where the border fences was not finished. The Border Patrol has not allowed me to visit that area, so far, but the Jacumba Wilderness may not be very easily accessible for very large groups with women and children, due to the rugged terrain and lack of roads.
I have not visited the border in New Mexico, yet, but my opinion is that it will not be nearly as convenient to cross very large groups (many thousands) of women and children in a short time there as Arizona or even California.