Over 1,000 Illegals Caught in Six Groups in Texas County

Starr County at epicenter of border collapse

Image Credits: U.S. Border Patrol.

More than a thousand illegal aliens were caught in a half-dozen massive groups in less than a week in Starr County, TX, according to reports.

Stunningly large mobs of migrants continue to illegally pour into the United Sates, with Rio Grande Valley Sector consistently seeing the highest traffic along the southern frontier.

On Monday, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) revealed that more than 750 illegals had been apprehended in just four groups over the weekend near Rio Grande City.

“The groups were comprised of 356 single adults, 275 family members, 123 unaccompanied children; including two U.S. citizens traveling with their mother from Guatemala. The migrants were from Cuba and various Central and South American countries,” CBP explained in a statement.

Chief Patrol Agent Brian Hastings shared photos from the busts on social media.

On Wednesday, Agent Hastings posted shocking photos from two more enormous apprehensions in Starr County.

“Over the last two days, RGV agents have encountered two large groups in Starr County resulting in nearly 300 apprehensions. The groups were comprised of 115 single adults, 90 family members, 89 unaccompanied children. The migrants were from Cuba and various Central and South American countries,” CBP said in a statement on Wednesday.

Border authorities recorded more than 201,000 ‘encounters’ in the Rio Grande Valley Sector during the first five months of Fiscal Year 2022, an increase of 106% over the same period the previous year.

Chaos unfolds constantly along the Texas-Mexico border, as Infowars regularly reports.

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