Our worst nightmare has now come true.
We knew the situation at our southern border was bad—but we didn’t know it was this bad.
U.S. Border Patrol Agent Hector Garza just dropped a bombshell announcement, and it’s downright chilling.
Garza, who is also the vice president of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), knows exactly what’s going on at the U.S./Mexico border.
And it’s no longer about agents being overworked our outnumbered.
No, the crisis has now reached the point where our authorities have completely “lost control.”
Via Fox News:
“During an interview with Fox News Channel’s Outnumbered, U.S. Border Patrol Agent Hector Garza told Harris Faulkner,
‘We’ve lost control of the border, as we are right now.’”
This is a significant and frightening twist to the narrative, my fellow concerned Americans.
Up until now, border authorities were simply saying they couldn’t quite handle the onslaught of immigrants flooding the border.
But nobody really thought they’d “lost control” entirely.
Apparently, however, this is the case, as Garza clarified that comment as follows:
“Our Border Patrol chief has mentioned that over 50 percent of our agents are not securing the border and they’re now actually processing, transporting, and carrying for some of these asylum seekers.
But I would challenge that percentage. I would put that percentage somewhere in the range of 75 percent.”
Garza added that they’re not out there “catching those drug dealers, or those drug smugglers, or human smugglers.”
And then he used a word that scared me even more: “overrun.”
That’s right, they’re simply being overrun; this really isn’t about long lines at the border crossing areas.
No, this is about immigrants simply ignoring all authorities just because they can, and they’re invading our country almost completely unopposed.
President Trump has a new immigration plan in the works, and it better be implemented rapidly.
Otherwise, we won’t have a country!
Author: Ben Dutka
Source: Patriot Journal: Border Agent Drops Stunning Development – The Worst-Case Scenario Is HERE