How Mass Illegal Border Crossing Aids Terrorists and Drug Smugglers

Former Border Patrol Chief, Rodney Scott, explains how mass illegal border crossing is used as a distraction to aid smuggling of those on the terrorist watch list, as well as smuggling of drugs across the border, an huge threat to national security.


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Scott was chief agent in San Diego and also national chief of the Border Patrol. A straight-shooter, he was fired when he put the LAW before Biden’s personal, politically-correct edict. Biden ordered the Border Patrol to stop using the term “illegal alien”. Chief Scott pointed out that “illegal alien” is the legal term contained in the law and for that reason had to be used in official documents. For that, he was fired.

Under Title 42, the federal law that deals with public health, asylum seekers crossing illegally were being expelled immediately across the border back to Mexico. This policy was started during the Trump term as a measure against the spread of Covid. Under Biden, the policy was continued for a while, even though some big holes were punched in it, allowing unaccompanied minors and pregnant woman to remain in the US. Recently, he decided to do away with the policy completely. Though a judge has put an injunction against removal of the policy for now, it may still be lifted in the near future. In any case the Border Patrol is already greatly hampered by the flow of asylum seekers that Biden is accepting, currently.

Chief Scott makes a couple of really important points.

First, that mass illegal border crossing is used by the smuggling cartels to distract attention, so that they can more easily slip drugs and those with potential terrorist connections across the border. While the agents are tied up processing asylum seekers, who generally are not even qualified for asylum, the smugglers take advantage of an unprotected border.

Second, the Border Patrol will be overwhelmed if the Title 24 policy is completely lifted and this is a huge national security threat. He points out that, even as things are now, the Border Patrol is on the verge of being overwhelmed. He refers to it taking much longer for agents to process asylum seekers. If the Title 42 policy is completely removed, the Border Patrol will be totally overwhelmed by the increased workload for the agents and the entire southwestern border will become essentially unpatrolled and almost completely open for the smuggling of drugs and potential terrorists.

There are thousands of people with potential ties to terrorism, who are caught every year trying to enter the US illegally, either flying in or crossing the border illegally. No one can know how many are not caught. The rule of thumb for illegal border crossers has been that three get away for every one that is caught. If Border Patrol becomes totally overwhelmed, they will be catching few, if any, of these potential terrorists. If they are not themselves terrorists, many will be sympathetic to terrorism and help create a environment where a community can thrive, which supports terrorism against the US.

Read this DHS report to learn more about the thousands of real or potential terrorists crossing the border every year, called Special Interest Aliens.

MYTH/FACT: Known and Suspected Terrorists/Special Interest Aliens

1,800 Ukrainian Refugees Now In Tijuana

There are currently 1,800 Ukrainian refugees waiting to cross in Tijuana, as reported by El Imparcial, a news outlet that serves the Baja California border area. Below is the translation of the original article in Spanish, which is linked. The refugees are currently sheltered in the Benito Juarez Sports Unit in the Zona Norte area of Tijuana, just a couple hundred yards from the border. Another smaller encampment pf about 100-200 people is in a small park near the east side of the San Ysidro Border Crossing. As many as 500 in one day were reported allowed into the US last week.

The Benito Juarez Sports Unit is also where the Central American caravan first stayed in 2018. At one point, there were reportedly 6,000 Central American migrants at this same shelter.


Ukrainians continue in the shelter of the Benito Juárez Sports Unit (in Spanish)

According to those in charge, there are more than 1,800 Ukrainians on the site.

By Khennia Reyes
April 09, 2022

Shelter of the Benito Juárez Sports Unit | Sergio Ortiz

Tijuana, BC.- ‘I still have flashbacks of the noise of the bombings, every five minutes every day of the week we have been hearing bombs fall since February 24th,’ said Alexander, from Ukraine.

Alexander arrived in Tijuana on Thursday, where he will have to wait his turn to obtain the refuge that the United States offered to the Ukrainian victims of the war conflict.

Alexander is number 2,385 on the waiting list to enter this Nation, which he does not know.

“I have no relatives, I don’t know anything about that city, I just want my family and I to be safe. That’s all. I think that my little English, my job as an electronics engineer, can help my children and wife,” he said.

Concerns of the Ukrainians

One of the concerns of the Ukrainian is not knowing the whereabouts of the rest of his relatives who stayed between Russia and Ukraine, since it is difficult to leave those places due to the lack of flight, money and protection.

1,800 Ukrainians are in the shelter of the Benito Juárez Sports Unit, whose courts and gymnasium reached their maximum occupancy.

For this reason, the State Undersecretary for Immigration Affairs, Adriana Minerva Espinoza Nolasco, reported that some entire families had to be transferred to the Migrant Sanctuary, where until Thursday night they had 15 rooms available for seven people.

They will attend only family nuclei

He explained that there they will attend exclusively to families with babies or minors, who are the most vulnerable in the exodus of those displaced by the war between Russia and Ukraine.

Espinoza Nolasco announced that, although the output and income in the sports unit are constant, they analyze looking for other spaces to serve the Ukrainian community.

Ukrainian Refugee Encampment in Tijuana

These are scenes from the Ukrainian encampment in Tijuana from April 5th, 2022. It is growing rapidly and they told me there that there are well over 1,000 Ukrainians seeking asylum now in Tijuana, whereas there were only a couple dozen a week or two ago. Anti-American community organizers and antifa normally assist refugees in Tijuana, who ware smuggled into the US by the cartels, but with the Ukrainian refugees these radicals are nowhere to be seen. A nonprofit formed by traditional Ukrainian Christian churches is aiding these refugees. To donate go to the organization’s page, Giving Hope .


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Sex Trafficking Of Minor Girls Across US/MEX Border

A news report about the trafficking of underage girls across the southern border with Mexico to be exploited as prostitutes in the US. This is just one small part of the criminal networks that are expanding in the US, fueled by illegal immigration and asylum fraud. I believe the estimates are that the cartels make $80 billion per year. I’m sure some of the profits from these criminal operations are used to pay off key politicians in the US, so that they can continue to do business and grow their networks into the US.


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Not mentioned in the report is that they also threaten their families in the home country. One girl was warned that her mother would be cut up into samll pieces if she did not cooperate.

You can read other reports in English at these links:

Press Release by the Department of Justice

Report by PIX 11 News in New York.

Below is Webster’s definition of “human trafficking”. The examples of of forced prostitution and forced labor are what they Government will prosecute. In a broader sense virtually all the millions of illegal border crossers and fake refugee asylum fraudsters are being smuggled illegally into the US to be exploited for financial and political reasons. However. When our Government supports it, they do not prosecute it or call it the crime of “human trafficking”, but that is actually what it is, the largest human trafficking racket in history. It may also be called “treason”. Complicit in this crime are many politicians, businessmen and much of the media.

Webster’s Third New International Dictionary Unabridged

Hundreds of Fake Refugees Removed From Border Crossing

Here is a little bit of good news, for a change. After nearly a year, the fake refugees have finally been evicted from their encampment at the “El Chaparral” border crossing in Tijuana. The filthy encampment was completely blocking pedestrian crossings on the west side of the border crossing. It had severely hurt businesses and street vendors on both sides of the border and put local residents in Mexico in fear of crime and violence. At its height, the encampment was home to well over a thousand, would-be asylum fraudsters, as well as accompanying criminals, drug users and local homeless persons. There was a significant threat that they would decide to rush the nearby vehicle border crossing.

When asked how long the camp was expected to be there, one local businessman said, they get everything they need free here, why would they want to move? Some prefer a camp like this rather than a formal shelter, because they can drink and use drugs in the camp and it’s better for the sex and drug dealing. One resident said that they are very powerful people, meaning probably that that they have very powerful backers, the organized crime groups that smuggled them them to Tijuana.

Progressive nonprofits, social justice churches and UN agencies are paying to keep these mostly illegitimate refugees on our border, waiting to cross. In spite of that, the size of this particular encampment has been on the decline in recent weeks.

Last time I visited several weeks ago, there were many children and few adults. It seems likely that some of the children had been abandoned there by those, who exploit and abuse small children as a free ticket into the US to live illegally.

The Carmen Serdan federal shelter, mentioned as the new destination of many, was built to house those sent back under the Return-to-Mexico program. However, it is not clear that a significant number of people are being returned under that program after a court ordered it to re-start a few months ago. Biden created large loopholes in his new implementation of the Return-to-Mexico program.

Translation of the original article below from the “El Imparcial” news website, which covers the the Tijuana/Mexicali area.


Desalojan a migrantes de El Chaparral

Migrants evicted from El Chaparral by Khennia Reyes
The migrants were transferred to an established shelter.

Migrants evicted from El Chaparral | Khennia Reyes

Tijuana BC.- Approximately 500 migrants were evicted from the “El Chaparral” encampment, which has been there for a year.

The operation initiated at 2 o’clock in the morning with participation of the National Institute of Migration, National Guard, Coepris (Health Department), Civil Protection, Tijuana Welfare Department, Directorate of Migrant Affairs, among other authorities.

The action surprised migrants, Central Americans and Mexicans displaced by violence, who were asked to take their essential belongings to an established shelter.

Migrants relocated

The family units were relocated to the Carmen Serdan federal shelter; to to the Ambassadores-de-Jesus (church shelter); and the LGBT community in the Jardín-de-las-Mariposas shelter.

During this morning and afternoon, there will be a clean-up at the El Chaparral port of entry.

Cleanup of El Chaparral Migrant Encampment | Khennia Reyes

Biden Creates Big Loophole in “Remain in Mexico” Program

Univision explains to the Spanish-speaking public how Biden has created a loophole in Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” program and how fraudulent asylum seekers can exploit this loophole to avoid being sent back across the border. They just have to claim to have a fear of being returned to Mexico and call an attorney while they are still in the US.


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In evaluating these claims of fear in returning to Mexico, the US government will, no doubt, use the same weak standard that they use in the initial “credible fear” interview that allows them so easily to fraudulently gain access to the asylum program. That is, if the interviewer can’t verify what they say, the official has to take their word for it (scouts honor) and release them into the US.

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Visas Given To Illegals For Easy Passage To US Border By Bus

Mexico passes out some humanitarian visas caravan members, so that they can travel easily by bus to the US border without need to hire a cartel coyote to smuggle to them to the border. Irineo Mujica is the leader of this caravan and a couple of weeks earlier he was boasting that he would lead a caravan of ten thousand to the Arizona border. His original caravan had about four thousand members. The Mexican police and National Guard whittled it down to a few hundred via multiple confrontations on the highway. A resident of Chicago, Mujica is reportedly funded by George Soros. Probably, some pro-illegal organization paid for these visas and the appropriate cartel probably got their cut as they normally do.


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This seems like it may be a face-saving measure for Mujica for him to be able to disband he group without taking it all the way to the border. A large caravan at the border gets attention from the media, which would embarrass Biden. Having this one disperse will not mean that any less number of illegals cross the US border, but that they will not show up as a large group. This allows the illegal immigration to go forward in record numbers without upsetting too much the American public. The great majority of illegals and asylum fraudsters come quietly in smaller groups, trafficked by the cartels, as Americans sleep on while their country is being colonized.

Handing out visas to fake refugees for various reasons is not unusual for the Mexican government. According to a documentary by National Geographic, “Blood on the Wall”, humanitarian visas can be bought from corrupt officials via a coyote at the Mexican border with Guatemala (in Tapachula) for a few thousand dollars each.

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The American English language media moves on to another subject after a while, but that does not mean the record flow of illegals is any less. On the other hand, the Spanish language media continues their intensive coverage over the longer term, informing their viewers how well the invasion is going.

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Gavin Newsom Now Housing Illegal Aliens In Hotels

The great majority of these people will be asylum fraudsters who are not qualified to obtain asylum from a court and will end up living illegally in the U.S. They are illegally manipulating our asylum system. Their “sponsors” will be illegals or others close to illegals who have paid the Cartels in a conspiracy to traffick the so-called refugees into the country. This is itself a felony conspiracy. Their trafficking fees often come from the proceeds of illegal activities and they may be put into debt bondage and/or exploited for sexual services. The Biden administration, the State of California and these nonprofits are aiding and abetting the cartels in trafficking illegal aliens into the country. All those involved should be prosecuted and/or deported as may be appropriate.


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Asylum Tourists Develop New Strategy To Cross Border

Asylum tourists and fake refugees in Tijuana looking to gain easy entry in to the US via asylum fraud have developed a new, less-hazardous, easier strategy for crossing the border that also avoids having to pay a huge amount of money to human traffickers. This, according to a video news report from an outlet in Tijuana, Imagen Noticias.

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This video was transcribed and automatically translated to English via an Internet service. The service even produces a SRT-formatted file for adding subtitles to the video. I just edited the files to correct obvious errors in the translation and to improve the appearance of the subtitles. The cost is only about a dollar for a short video, like this.

Migrant Camp In Tijuana Now Shrinking

The migrant camp in Tijuana is now shrinking. According to this google-translated article below by the “El Imparcial” website. (El Imparical owns the major newspapers in Tijuana and Mexicali.) They fenced off the camp a couple weeks ago and started monitoring who comes and goes, with criminals and other undesirables not allowed to enter the camp. They are not allowing new migrants to move into the camp, either.

I checked out the camp yesterday. There were US Customs agents manning he guard shacks on the US side going into Mexico and saw a troop of about 20 Mexican National guardsmen at the vehicle crossing going into Mexico. So, they appeared to be prepared in case the migrants try to rush the border via the Mexican vehicle crossing, which is right next to the camp.

This migrant camp is totally blocking the pedestrian crossing on the west side of the port of entry. There is another pedestrian crossing on the east side, but the PEDWEST crossing is the newer crossing and a lot better positioned for access to shops and other tourist attractions.

The camp has caused a huge hardship for the Mexican businesses and street vendors and somewhat less hardship on the US side. Local sentiment near the camp is very much in opposition to the camp being there. When the caravanners rushed the border in 2018, the businessmen and workers in the area counter-rioted against the caravanners in this area, because they feared the border would be closed and impact their livelihood. So, we see here that the U.S. Government is not the only government that puts the interests of their own citizens second to foreigners, who are in this case mostly intent on fraudulently entering the US via manipulation of the asylum process should not be there in the first place.

I am not claiming everything is rosy now, but this may be a little bit of good news. On the other hand, the camp could also be shrinking because they decided to cross illegally or because the US has started accepting them to apply for asylum.

Also, this is only one group of many in Tijuana waiting to cross the border. At any given time there are a couple to a few thousand people in Tijuana waiting at 1-2 dozen shelters and in rented apartments to cross the border illegally and/or defraud the asylum system.

(I made minor corrections to the article below where the google-translation obviously failed.)


Families of the migrant camp decrease (in Spanish) by El Imparcial

Families who are victims of forced displacement continue to arrive, and are prevented by the authorities from entering the camp.

By Khennia Reyes
15 November of 2021

Migrant Camp – File Photo

Tijuana, B.C.- Little by little the migrant families that inhabit the El Chaparral camp are decreasing due to the fact that they gave up humanitarian asylum in the United States.

In that area at the time lived more than two thousand people; At the end of October, the municipal directorate of Migrant Assistance counted 769 after placing a metal fence to detect those who enter and leave.

The head of the agency, Enrique Lucero, estimated that there are currently 680 Mexican and Central American children and adults who seek the protection of the North American government.

He said that another factor in the decline in the population of the camp is the pain of separation before the December holidays.

Lucero commented that from October to date 21 people have been assisted in returning to Michoacán, Guerrero and Veracruz.

On the other hand, he acknowledged that families who are victims of forced displacement continue to arrive, who are prevented by the authorities from entering the camp.

“That is the idea, of not populating it anymore, which is work that was not done before. Before they came and were allowed into the camp; We now have a policy of immediately looking for a shelter, then “Grupo Beta” supports us with the transfer, ”said the director.

Currently, the Directorate of Attention to Migrants has a census of 25 shelters, but only supports 12 that are legally constituted and have permits to operate, which are helped by pantries.