Terrifying new border report unveils massive national security issue

Joe Biden and the Radical Left have neglected our border for so long that everyone knows something bad is coming. But no one expected it to be this bad.

And a terrifying new border report has unveiled a massive national security issue.

Recent reports have highlighted an alarming trend in which more Chinese nationals have crossed the southern border in the first two days of May than during the entire fiscal year of 2021.

This surge has raised significant concerns among U.S. officials and experts regarding national security and border security integrity.

According to a report by Fox News’ Bill Melugin, based on information from Customs and Border Patrol, the San Diego sector of Border Patrol apprehended approximately 485 Chinese immigrants in just two days.

This number significantly surpasses the 323 Chinese nationals encountered throughout the entirety of fiscal year 2021, underscoring a dramatic increase in illegal border crossings by Chinese nationals.

Melugin noted that the “overwhelming majority of the Chinese are mass released as China is not cooperative with deportation flights from the U.S.”

This lack of cooperation complicates the U.S. government’s ability to manage and return illegal immigrants to their country of origin, particularly when they pose potential security threats or lack valid asylum claims.

The influx of Chinese nationals attempting to cross the U.S. southern border illegally has continued to escalate, with over 24,200 apprehensions recorded in the first six months of fiscal year 2024.

This staggering increase represents a 7,000% spike in illegal crossings by Chinese nationals since 2021, with projections indicating that the increase could reach 14,000% by the end of the fiscal year, according to Fox News.

Compounding the issue, reports earlier this year revealed that the Biden administration has relaxed vetting requirements for Chinese nationals crossing the border illegally.

Internal emails from U.S. Customs and Border Protection, obtained by the Daily Caller, indicated that border patrol agents were instructed to reduce the number of interview questions asked to apprehended Chinese migrants.

This policy change has been viewed as a potential security risk, given the lack of thorough vetting for individuals entering the country.

These developments have sparked widespread concern among security experts and policymakers. China affairs expert Gordon Chang voiced his apprehension, suggesting that the surge in Chinese migrants could include agents from the Ministry of State Security or the Chinese military.

“When I first saw the surge in Chinese migrants, that’s the thought that came to my mind,” Chang told the Daily Caller, “that these are either Ministry of State Security agents or Chinese military, who are coming to this country to commit acts of sabotage against the U.S.”

Mark Green, chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, echoed these fears, noting that a significant proportion of Chinese immigrants arriving in the U.S. are military-aged males.

Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) last February, Green emphasized the potential threat posed by these individuals, stating, “I think every American should be scared to death.”

He further warned about the risk of Chinese operatives gathering intelligence on critical U.S. infrastructure, particularly if tensions escalate over Taiwan.

The dramatic increase in illegal border crossings by Chinese nationals, particularly military-aged males, has alarmed U.S. officials and experts, who fear potential security threats to the nation.

The Biden administration’s relaxed vetting procedures, coupled with China’s lack of cooperation on deportation flights, exacerbate these concerns.

As tensions with China remain high, particularly over Taiwan, the U.S. must carefully monitor and address this growing issue to safeguard national security and ensure the integrity of its borders.

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