11-yr.-old Migrant Boasts to Border Patrol 'Nothing You Can Do' About Illegal Flood
The US southern border crisis continues to get worse. Illegal migrants from all over the world, including hundreds if not thousands of criminals, continue to pour across the border, with the aid and approval of the Biden administration. As of August, nearly 5 million illegal migrants had crossed into the US since the Biden regime took office. That included almost 2 million in fiscal year 2022 alone, making 2022 a record-shattering year for the Border Patrol (highest numbers in their history).
There is no sympathy from the Biden regime for the legal immigrants, Americans citizens, or even for the illegal migrants being horribly mistreated by the cartels on their way to the US. The Democrats just want more votes—and chaos.
Even Americans who are horrified at the border crisis often find their hearts going out to the children, including the many unaccompanied minors, coming across the border. This is very natural, but the situation is, as usual, more complex than it may seem. Border Patrol Council VP Art del Cueto described an interaction he had with an 11-year-old migrant on Steve Bannon’s War Room Sept. 22 indicating that this young boy was not entering the US grateful for its benefits and eager to assimilate. The Border Patrol agent also explained how many teenagers are actually working for criminal cartels.
Art del Cueto described a group of 30 unaccompanied children seemingly led by an 11-year-old (Del Cueto said the boy was “calling the shots”). Del Cueto asked the leader how he got there, and the boy responded, “Well, I didn’t walk here, stupid.” Del Cueto ignored the rudeness and continued to chat with the boy.
“Finally I said, you know, ‘What made you come?’ And he says, ‘My mom and my dad are already here [apparently they weren’t overly devoted to their son], and this is the time to come, because your president said I could come here, and there’s nothing you can do about it.’ This is an 11-year-old kid.
And—and I need people to understand, as horrific as it sounds, it’s the reality and we have to take the blinders off and realize what is happening. You have these juveniles, many of them were 16 and 17 years old, that are coming into the United States. They work for the criminal element, they work for the cartels. . .it’s somebody that’s already seen a lot of evil, a lot of danger, and they’ve indoctrinated themselves into that evil and that danger. And that’s what’s coming into our school systems. . .[many illegal migrants getting released,] they’re going to be causing crime. . .[the cartels] just want to destroy our way of life. (Emphasis added.)”
Del Cueto reminded the audience that the unaccompanied juveniles who entered the US illegally under the Obama administration are now adults, and no one knows where they are—or what they’re doing. As Del Cueto said, wanting to secure the border isn’t racist. “Illegal is not a race.” Americans and legal migrants of all races and ethnicities suffer from the invasion of our southern border. The cartels control the migrants illegally crossing the border, and it’s many of their own pouring into our country—including the children.