A hotspot for border crossings in Arizona has become a “literal toilet” as massive groups of illegal migrants flood the area and camp out while waiting for border authorities to pick them up, according to reports.
Groups of 1,000 illegal aliens have been slamming Lukeville and surrounding territory in the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument nearly every day, overwhelming Border Patrol in Tucson Sector.
As a result, many migrants are opting to stay put and wait to be collected and processed so they can file asylum claims and then be released into the U.S.
NewsNation correspondent Ali Bradley has been on the ground in Tucson Sector, where hundreds of illegal aliens from across the globe have set fires and are trashing the local environment.
“Because Border Patrol cannot take these massive groups into custody—The Ajo station is at 700%+ capacity—The surrounding area has become a literal toilet,” Bradley explained.
“The hundreds of people waiting here are not in any kind of process yet, so there are no facilities… Some of them have been here for two days and are asking how much longer. They could literally walk away if they wanted, but they all want to be ‘received’ by Border Patrol so they can be transported/processed.”
Some illegal aliens are camping for days as they await processing, Bradley says.
Just a day after a group of around 1,000 illegals invaded Lukeville, another mob of similar size poured in, most of whom hailed from African nations.
Tucson Sector is now the busiest along the southern border by a substantial margin, with more than 55,200 ‘encounters’ during the month of October – an increase of 140% over the same period in 2022.
The sector is currently averaging well over 2,000 apprehensions daily, along with many known and unknown ‘gotaways.’
This article was originally published by InfoWars.com
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