Bombshell Southern Border Report Leaked

( – Unearthing what the Biden administration is trying to cover up ahead of the presidential election, a leaked document from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reveals that the huge migrant crisis impacting our country is far from over.

The report shows that in the first six months of the fiscal year 2024, starting in October, nearly 25,000 illegals from Special Interest Countries, including the Middle East, Asia and Africa, have entered the United States.

A confidential source within Customs and Border Protection (CBP) shared that most of these individuals are adult males from nations flagged by the U.S. State Department due to terrorism risks. They were permitted to enter the U.S. to seek asylum.

Asking for anonymity to speak candidly, the source warned that the influx of these Special Interest Migrants has not only continued but has increased by more than 6% compared to the same timeframe in the previous fiscal year.

For context, the entire 2023 saw over 61,000 such migrants caught. Notably, Turkish nationals top this migrant demographic, with close to 7,000 apprehensions since October.

The report raises particular concern over migrants from Mauritania, with over 4,300 apprehended since October, a 65% increase from the previous year.

Mauritania, a country still dealing with slavery practices, was listed by the State Department in July 2023 as a location where crime and terrorism pose significant risks to U.S. citizens.

The reviewed report also shows a surge in migrants from Middle Eastern nations identified by the FBI as of special interest, including Egypt, Jordan, Morocco, Pakistan, Syria, Iran and Lebanon.

Particularly, apprehensions of Jordanian and Moroccan citizens skyrocketed by over 1,000% and Egyptian nationals by more than 400% compared to fiscal year 2022.

According to DHS, a “Special Interest Alien” (SIA) refers to a non-U.S. person whose travel patterns suggest a potential national security threat.

While this designation does not label all SIAs as terrorists, it underlines how important it is to screen them due to their possible ties to terrorism.

Although most migrants from Special Interest Countries might not be involved in terrorism, even a small number hiding harmful intentions remain a potential threat.

“When you are apprehending thousands each day, it is a struggle to conduct thorough interviews and investigations on each and every one, even those from Special Interest Countries,” the source mentioned.

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