Last year, it was discovered that the Obama administration had orchestrated the invasion of illegals pouring across the southern border into the United States. Now, it's being reported that a second wave of illegals are now crashing the border, as more than 30,000 illegals are released into the cities of America by Homeland Security.

According to a report by the United States Border Patrol, 11,133 family units have been caught crossing the border since October 2014. The report indicates that these "family units" are "individuals (either a child under 18 years of age, parent or legal guardian) apprehended with a family member by the US Border Patrol."


Of that number, 12,509 unaccompanied alien children were caught. That is in addition to the tens of thousands of unaccompanied children in fiscal year 2014.

The citizenships of these illegals range from El Salvador to Guatemala to Honduras to Mexico. They have been caught crossing the border from Texas to California.

Paul Bedard at the Washington Examiner further points out:

However, when compared to the numbers of illegal kids turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, it is clear that most are being "booked in" to U.S. facilities and then released — not sent home.

ICE documents provided to the Washington Examiner shows that ICE is accepting an average of 2,000 a month, meaning that the Border Patrol is returning just one of six kids to their countries, mostly Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.

For example, the papers show that ICE "booked in" 2,355 unaccompanied youths in December 2014, second only to the previous December's 3,582.

"And this is supposed to be the slow time of year," said expert Jessica M. Vaughan, director of policy studies at the Center for Immigration Studies. "Cities and towns that have already received large numbers of unaccompanied illegal alien minors should brace themselves to repeat the process again in the coming months," she added.


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