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‘Selfies’ Helping Fuel a Surge of Illegals at Border

Over 250,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed the border since President Joe Biden took office...

(Jacob BrunsHeadline USA) Illegal immigrants are using smartphones to drive immigration, sharing helpful information with each other regarding free things, trail conditions and places to cross the border.

Chat rooms and social media, in particular, are driving the communication and allowing the illegals to correspond and report on upcoming violence or smuggling fees, among others, the New York Post reported.

They also share places to access free money, new clothes, or legal documents.

Almost every illegal immigrant has a modern smartphone in his or her possession, so the network of communication is both sweeping and efficient. Within minutes, hundreds or even thousands of immigrants can learn the whereabouts of a border patrol agent, or the location of a homeless shelter.

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The technology has also helped immigrants better learn of the Democrats’ true intentions regarding the United States-Mexico border.

At the same time as millions of people see Vice President Kamala Harris on a visit to Guatemala saying: ““Do not come! Do not come. If you come to our border, you will be turned back,” they also saw live footage of their friends crossing the border without issue, taking selfies while doing it.

The same applied when Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told illegals not to send their children across the border alone, while hundreds of minors posted selfies as they crossed the border by themselves.

In total, over 250,000 unaccompanied minors have crossed the border since President Joe Biden took office in the winter of 2021.

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What is perhaps most concerning is that smartphones and social media know no limits. What can be seen by the thousands of Mexicans and Central Americans coming across is also available to the rest of the world.

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