Shock Video: 1,000 Migrants Held Under Texas Bridge

Biden admin holding massive crowd of illegals in sweltering heat

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The Biden administration is holding a massive group of illegal aliens under a Texas bridge in sweltering summer heat, according to reports.

Shocking drone footage of hundreds of migrants crowded below Anzalduas International Bridge in Mission was shared to social media on Sunday by Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin.

“This is the largest group of migrants we’ve ever seen being held by Border Patrol under Anzalduas Bridge in Mission, TX,” Melugin wrote.

“Looks like it could be up to 1,000 people. We can only get a look at the area with our drone. There’s a popular Rio Grande crossing area nearby.”

Town Hall writer Julio Rosas, who has covered the ongoing border crisis extensively, shared images from the same location and offered a similar assessment.

“I’ve seen Border Patrol’s processing site underneath the Anzalduas International Bridge in Mission, TX off and on since March,” Rosas wrote.

“I can say this is the most illegal immigrants I’ve seen at the site at one time. It’s close to 100 degrees out right now.”

Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins supplemented Melugin’s reporting with the revelation that border agents had encountered over 3,000 illegal aliens during a 24-hour stretch in the Rio Grande Valley over the weekend.

Border Patrol buses and vans full of migrants are reportedly being unloaded in McAllen, Texas, all day, every day.

“Large groups of migrants being walked to McAllen Central Bus Station by a local Catholic Charity after they were dropped off & released by Border Patrol. This is happening every hour. Migrants are given bus tickets wherever they want to go,” Melugin reported on Monday.

More than 1.5 million aliens have likely entered the U.S. illegally so far this year, according to data analyzed by the Center for Immigration Studies.

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