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US political class puts children in shooting galleries to accomplish its goals. Wide open US-Mexico border welcomes 1000+ daily shootouts and car chases through Texas towns, schools have to lockdown to protect children

July 22, 2022

The average number of illegal aliens that Border Patrol detects evading capture along the southern border is about 1,000 per day. The number of those who go undetected is impossible to estimate….“All I hear is that we don’t have a problem here at the border.””

6/2/2022, Human Smuggling Leading to Pursuits, Bailouts, Crashes, School Lockdowns, Epoch Times, Charlotte Cuthbertson, Uvalde, Texas

A smuggler traveling at 140 mph races through town and crashes through a building in Uvalde, Texas. Another one drives onto a softball field in Crystal City,

with children playing nearby.

In Del Rio, eight illegal aliens die after crashing head-on into another vehicle during a pursuit. Further east, in Lavaca County, a pickup truck

carrying 18 to 20 illegal aliens

crashes into a tree and bursts into flames.

In Kinney County, a smuggler fires an AK-47 out the vehicle window

while fleeing from law enforcement,

then passes the weapon to an illegal alien

in the backseat to reload.

Many of the vehicles that smugglers are using to transport illegal aliens

are stolen,

and the unsuspecting owners won’t get them back—they’ve been used in the commission of a crime.

If illegal aliens make it past Border Patrol at the U.S.–Mexico border,

their goal is to get north to a large city

as quickly as possible.

The average number of illegal aliens that Border Patrol detects evading capture along the southern border

is about 1,000 per day.

Epoch Times Photo

Uvalde County sheriff’s deputies, along with Texas State Troopers and Border Patrol, apprehend illegal aliens being smuggled by vehicle in Uvalde County on April 3, 2021. (Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office)”

The number of those who go undetected is impossible to estimate.

While Uvalde sits about 65 miles north of the border, many roads converge in the town and

high-speed chases with vehicles loaded with illegal immigrants

have become a daily occurrence.

And lured by the promise of quick cash,

many U.S. citizens are providing transportation.

“Chases—that’s something that we’ve never seen,” Uvalde County Sheriff Ruben Nolasco told The Epoch Times.

“It’s nonstop. Day after day, from sunup to sundown. Our deputies, our state troopers, our police officers, they’re just frustrated, they’re tired.”

Today’s illegal aliens are

more violent than in previous years

and will fight with law enforcement,

Nolasco said. His deputies are also finding weapons in most of the smuggling vehicles they stop.

“And some of these traffickers have been found

with 100-round drums [of ammunition] on their weapons,”

he said.

“There’s always been a problem with [illegal] immigration,

Epoch Times Photo

“Uvalde County sheriff’s deputies apprehend illegal aliens being smuggled by vehicle in Uvalde County on April 17, 2021. (Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office)”

but nothing like this.

We’re like a welcome mat.

They’re going to come in here and scrape the mud off on us and then

they start going up to the bigger cities.

And then, they can blend in

and you won’t have access to them.”

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott deployed more state troopers to the border region in March, and Nolasco said it has helped,

although it also has created a bottleneck in his jail.

“It’s getting to the point that it’s filling up my jail, so that’s becoming a problem,”

Nolasco said on May 26.

Abbott issued a state of disaster declaration on June 1, which includes

a directive to the Texas Department of Public Safety to ramp up

its efforts in enforcing federal and state laws regarding offenses such as criminal trespassing, smuggling, and human trafficking. He also asked the state’s Commission on Jail Standards

to revise its standards to provide for more capacity in jails

that have been operating under strict COVID-19 protocols.

Counties have been declaring local disasters since April 21.

48 School Lockdowns

Uvalde Mayor Don McLaughlin said

local schools have been forced into frequent lockdowns

in the past several months due to “bailouts” of

illegal immigrants.

We had a minimum of 48 different campus closures in Uvalde and five in Batesville during the spring semester.

We had to hire off-duty officers for security at Anthon,” McLaughlin said the school superintendent told him.

“They drive in and

they bail out

right by the schools.”

A bailout—now a common term in counties near the border—usually

occurs when law enforcement is attempting to pull over a suspected

smuggler with a load of illegal aliens.

At some point, the smuggler slows or stops the vehicle and all the passengers scatter in different directions to avoid being caught.

“It’s sad that all those small communities, and our law enforcement, are

having to deal with this because it’s eating up our budgets and we’re

neglecting our regular work for our citizens,McLaughlin told The Epoch Times.

“My other question is, while we’re all over here chasing this car doing this,

what’s coming through that we’re not catching?”

The small town of Cotulla, 70 miles north of Laredo on I-35 toward San Antonio, is being affected so much by illegal alien smuggling

that the local school district sent a warning letter 

to parents and guardians.

“Please be watchful of your children as they are

playing outside, walking home from school,

or generally out of the house,” the April 1 letter states.

It’s signed by Cotulla Independent School District Superintendent Jack Seals and La Salle County Sheriff Anthony Zertuche.

“Both our communities and the rural areas of the county have experienced

a great increase in law enforcement chases and ‘bailouts,’” the letter reads.

In Uvalde, Nolasco said children are scared.

“We have children that ride the school bus that live out in the country that

are scared—they’re scared to go home.

If mom’s working and dad’s working and there’s nobody there for them,

they’re going to open the door to their residence and find an illegal immigrant,” he said.

And mind you, you also have a lot of sex offenders that are coming into the United States—that’s not good.”

Border Patrol in the Del Rio Sector has apprehended 

95 sex offenders so far this fiscal year, compared to six during the same period in fiscal 2020. Apprehension of criminals

has topped 813,

compared to 161 in the same period in fiscal 2020.

Nolasco said his deputies have been involved in

catching the same smuggler three times in a six-week period.

The smuggler, an illegal alien, was caught after

a high-speed chase that

carried on for more than 50 miles, he said.

“He bails out and the passengers bail out. We finally catch up to him and check with Border Patrol, and Border Patrol runs his name and says, ‘Oh, yeah,

he was just dealt with last week

and he was released,’” he said.

“And here he is a week later. And that same thing happened about a month after that incident.”

Nolasco, who has 14 deputies to cover 1,600 square miles,

said 95 percent of his deputies’ time

is currently being spent on assisting Border Patrol with smugglers.

“It’s valuable time and resources that are being spent on a federal issue.

These monies and time should be invested in our local citizens here in this town,he said.

After being on the job for five months, the sheriff said

he’s not expecting federal help.

“All I hear is that we don’t have a problem here at the border.

No, I’m not going to get any help

from the feds.”

The White House has said it’s focusing on the “root causes” of illegal immigration, particularly in the Central American countries of Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador.”


Added: July 17, 2022, “Texas House of Representatives Investigative Committee on the Robb Elementary Shooting”


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