The US Customs and Border Patrol (CPB) arrested a record 38,135 nonwhite invaders crossing the US–Mexico border every day during the month of April 2016—a dramatic increase which means that 1,271 were detained every day.
The invasion also includes a 74 percent increase in the number of “unaccompanied minors” comparted to 2014—and only reflect those arrested, and not those who managed to avoid detection.
According to a statement issued by the CPB, titled “United States Border Patrol Southwest Family Unit Subject and Unaccompanied Alien Children Apprehensions Fiscal Year 2016,” April’s apprehension total was 1,121 higher than those reported in December—which previously was the record-holder for apprehensions so far in Fiscal Year (FY) 2016.
The number of invaders claiming to be “unaccompanied minors”—actually just adults pretending to be children, or in the case of actual children, the advance guard of a later extended family invasion force—has also continued to increase, the CPB said.
Border agents report apprehending another 5,198 “unaccompanied minors” at the border in April, bringing the total number of such invaders arrested since October 1, 2015, to 32,952.
The CPB reported 26,341 “unaccompanied minor” apprehensions in the previous FY at this point in time, the statement said.
The nationalities of those apprehended include almost every country in Central and South America, and the Caribbean islands, with most coming from Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
The agency also reported that it had arrested 5,615 “family units” at the US–Mexico border in April alone, totaling about 187 per day.
This has brought the total number of “family units” apprehended so far this FY to 37,732. That number is up 122 percent from FY2015 levels.
Of the “family units” apprehended this year, nearly 2,000 were from countries other than Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.
Subtracting family units and unaccompanied minors leaves more than 27,300 “adult” invaders who were caught illegally crossing into the United States during the month of April.
The increase in the nonwhite invasion is clearly linked to the February 2106 reinstatement of the “catch-and-release” policy first created by President George Bush and revived by the Obama administration.
With this policy, the chances of being sent home are almost none, making it extremely attractive for the nonwhite hordes to continue to pour across the border—confident that even if they are arrested, the worst that will happen to them is that they will be fed, released, and “told to appear” at an immigration hearing.
Of course, most abscond immediately, and then “vanish” into the already existing huge nonwhite population—legal and illegal—in the major US cities.