The mass nonwhite invasion of America continues apace as demonstrated by the news that the US Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) arrested 50,975 invaders crossing the border illegally in October 2018 alone—a new high for this year.
According to the official figures released by the CBP, at least 4,991 nonwhites pretending to be “Unaccompanied Alien Children” (UAC) invaded the US in October, and 23,121 “family units” were also apprehended. A “family unit” is defined as a “number of individuals (either a child under 18 years old, parent or legal guardian) apprehended with a family member by the U.S. Border Patrol.”
In total the two groups together numbered 50,975 individuals—all seeking to parasite off white America after having wrecked their own nations.
The significance of the 50,975 figure can be seen when it is understood that during the Fiscal Year 2018, a total of 396,579 individuals were apprehended on the US’s Southwest Border.
The invasion shows no sign of slowing down either. According to another CBP press statement, Border Patrol agents assigned to Yuma Sector apprehended 449 illegal aliens on two days this past week (Tuesday and Wednesday), including two huge groups of Central American nationals totaling 82 and 83 subjects.
“Just before midnight on Tuesday, a Border Patrol camera operator observed a group of 82 illegal aliens illegally crossing into the United States by traversing over the legacy landing mat border wall east of the San Luis Port of Entry,” the CBP statement said.
“A majority of the illegal aliens were family units from Guatemala although three were from El Salvador. The illegal aliens range in age from two to 48 years old.
“Approximately four hours later, a second group of illegal aliens totaling 83 was observed digging a shallow hole underneath the same older portion of wall to gain access into the United States a short distance from where the first group entered
“This old portion of wall lacks the improved concrete footer that new wall prototypes have which prevents easy digging underneath. The second group was also comprised of mostly Guatemalans with fourteen of them being from El Salvador. The group ranged in age from two to 40 years old.”
The statement ended by adding that “Yuma Sector continues to see increasing numbers of aliens crossing illegally into its area of responsibility from countries other than Mexico where they are able to exploit the outdated infrastructure.”