South Texans Finding Bodies of Illegals on Their Land

"There’s a sense of fear that exists down here all the time. It’s a terrible situation."

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A rancher from South Texas says local residents have been finding the bodies of illegal aliens on their properties.

Whit Jones, who lives in Hebbronville, Texas, indicated he and his neighbors have been encountering a dead body per month, on average, for years.

“We find two to three (per year),” Jones told Fox News. “A neighbor of mine has been finding close to 10 a year for the last 10 years.”

Jones says the majority of the deceased migrants currently being discovered are typically males between the ages of 20 and 40 years old who would not qualify for asylum.

He asserted that, because federal authorities are effectively welcoming women and children who enter the U.S. illegally, single males are more likely to embark on ambitious journeys which generally require penetrating the official southern border and then evading interior checkpoints roughly 50 miles north.

“Right now, we’re seeing hardly any children or women because of everything thats going on on the river (Rio Grande). Those people aren’t having to make this journey,” Jones said. “They can claim asylum – the women and children can – and they’re being bussed places.”

“Right now, there’s a little bit more of a dangerous situation. You have just single males coming up. There’s a sense of fear that exists down here all the time. It’s a terrible situation.”

Hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens have crossed the U.S. southern border so far this year – possibly even half a million.

While approximately 350,000 illegals were apprehended by border authorities during the first three months of 2021, more than 100,000 have entered the U.S. unimpeded.

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