Stunning developments are unfolding in Eagle Pass, Texas, as thousands of illegal migrants gather under an international bridge two years after a similar situation unfolded in nearby Del Rio.
Total mayhem has broken out during yet another mass crossing into Eagle Pass, this time in broad daylight as more than 4,000 mostly-Venezuelan migrants illegally entered from Piedras Negras, Mexico, where many of them recently arrived by train, according to reports.
“It’s a total free for all in Eagle Pass right now. Mass illegal crossing taking place for over an hour and a half Almost 2 years to the day we saw 15,000+ Haitians under the bridge in Del Rio, we now have thousands of predominantly Venezuelans gathering under Eagle Pass bridge,” Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin reported on Wednesday afternoon.
“Eagle Pass Under Siege,” reported Mexican journalist Auden Cabello.
Sources on the ground told News Nation correspondent Ali Bradley more than 4,000 illegal aliens entered Eagle Pass and “more are coming.”
“They say the line over in Mexico stretches for miles,” Bradley reported.
Bradley shared footage of a train “chugging through Mexico” with mobs of migrants riding atop the cars.
Her sources indicated that many of the illegal aliens now in Eagle Pass likely arrived via trains.
Elon Musk, who frequently raises concerns about the Biden border crisis, shared Melugin’s post on X, asserting, “Strange that there is almost no legacy media coverage of this.”
“About 2 million people – from every country on Earth – are entering through the US southern border every year. The number is rising rapidly, yet no preventive action is taken by the current administration.”
Earlier this week, more than 2,200 illegal aliens swarmed Eagle Pass in what was perhaps the largest mass crossing in recent memory.
Last week, Border Hawk was the first to report that hundreds of migrants hailing mostly from Venezuela were arriving every day in Piedras Negras via trains.
This article was originally published by InfoWars.com
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