Farmer near border says migrants ‘bull-rushed’ his property, broke into elderly grandparents’ house

Shocking moment eight migrants ‘bull-rush’ Texas farmer’s house and BREAK INTO his elderly grandparents’ home as they try to dodge Border Patrol agents

  • Farmer living alongside the U.S.-Mexico border has shared video of migrants attempting to break into his Texas home 
  • At least three migrants could be seen attempting to see if doors were unlocked before eventually they were able to access the home of his elderly grandparents
  • Migrants hid in a kitchen pantry until Border Agents were on scene to take them into custody 
  • Anonymous man said it was a daily occurrence but in 40 years he had lived there he had never experienced anything like what was happening at the present time

This is the shocking moment three migrants ‘bull-rushed’ a Texas farmer’s house and broke into his elderly grandparents’ home as they tried to dodge Border Patrol.

The man, who has asked to stay anonymous, revealed several minutes of surveillance footage that saw three out of eight illegal migrants attempt to break into various properties within view before finally getting into one.

The video sees three immigrants running towards the street but then they suddenly turn back and attempt to gain access into nearby homes.

A farmer living alongside the U.S.-Mexico border has shared video of migrants attempting to break into his Texas home

A farmer living alongside the U.S.-Mexico border has shared video of migrants attempting to break into his Texas home

At least three migrants could be seen attempting to see if doors were unlocked before eventually they were able to access the home of his elderly grandparents

At least three migrants could be seen attempting to see if doors were unlocked before eventually they were able to access the home of his elderly grandparents

The migrants hid in a kitchen pantry until Border Agents were on scene to take them into custody

 The migrants hid in a kitchen pantry until Border Agents were on scene to take them into custody

‘They tried to break into my house, that’s locked. They tried to razzle-dazzle my porch and my laundry room door and that’s locked,’ the man says as he narrates the footage.

‘Then they come running out and try my grandparents house and of course it’s wide open and they hide behind the island in the pantry.’

Border patrol officers are quickly on the scene and then run in after them.

The farmer explained that such an occurrence was an almost daily happening on land the family had owned for 100 years, but on this occasion the migrants ended up barricading themselves inside the home.

It wasn't long before Border Patrol agents were on scene and managed to track them down

It wasn’t long before Border Patrol agents were on scene and managed to track them down 

The anonymous man explained how the border fence with Mexico was just a few feet away

The anonymous man explained how the border fence with Mexico was just a few feet away

Anonymous man said it was a daily occurrence but in 40 years he had lived there he had never experienced anything like what was happening at the present time

Anonymous man said it was a daily occurrence but in 40 years he had lived there he had never experienced anything like what was happening at the present time

‘The video I posted was one video of hundreds that I have, or that happen daily. And it is a daily occurrence,’ he told  Fox News

‘These guys just bull-rushed our houses. I mean trying to open doors, trying to get in. Not everyone is that and I’m in agreement with that, but these guys were trying to get away and get into our houses. That was pretty bad.

‘When they have zero respect and barge in your home on a Sunday at four o’clock in the afternoon when you’re sitting down, rest and relaxing, recliner up and your door flings wide open and three people that you don’t know just come running through the kitchen, it’s unfathomable,’ he went on to explain. 

The homeowner, who is himself Hispanic but whose family has lived in the U.S. for several generations stressed how he did not see the issue as either Democrat or Republican but ‘humanitarian’.

The man's elderly, 95-year-old grandfather, seen right, found the migrants in his kitchen pantry

The man’s elderly, 95-year-old grandfather, seen right, found the migrants in his kitchen pantry

Border Patrol were already chasing the migrants when they attempted to break in to locals homes in an act of desperation

Border Patrol were already chasing the migrants when they attempted to break in to locals homes in an act of desperation 

‘Biden (and) the Democrats are saying, ‘America is open, come on over. Everybody cross, do what you want to do.’ And then you have Abbott on the Republican side saying, ‘Hey, come on over, we’re going to give you a free bus ride up to New York and Chicago. Wherever you want to go.’ That entices even more,’ he said.

The anonymous man said that in the 40 years he and his 95-year-old grandfather had worked on the ranch, neither had experienced anything like what was happening at the present time. 

‘I feel that we’re at an all-time peak right now. We’re at the highest we’ve seen this. We’ve seen thousands of people cross through here, with no problem and all due respect (saying), ‘Hey, we’re just trying to get through no problem.’ Go ahead. We understand that.’

Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Corey Price made the stunning admission during a Sept. 9 deposition as part of a lawsuit by Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody

Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Corey Price made the stunning admission during a Sept. 9 deposition as part of a lawsuit by Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody

This latest video comes as a A top Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official admitted under oath that his agency removed seven times more migrants under President Obama in 2012 than it does under President Biden. 

Executive Associate Director for Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) Corey Price made the stunning admission during a September 9 deposition as part of a lawsuit by Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and other agencies. 

‘Director, ICE currently is removing less aliens from the United States than it has in the last decade, right?’ Florida Chief Deputy Attorney General John Guard asked. 

‘I do not have the last ten years’ data available. But it is less than at least the last four years that I have here,’ Price replied. 

Migrants from Central and South America wait near the residence of US Vice President Kamala Harris after being dropped off on September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC

Migrants from Central and South America wait near the residence of US Vice President Kamala Harris after being dropped off on September 15, 2022 in Washington, DC

From 2008 to 2016, ICE removed up to 400,000 aliens per year and never less than 230,000. In 2021 the agency removed only 55,598 aliens

From 2008 to 2016, ICE removed up to 400,000 aliens per year and never less than 230,000. In 2021 the agency removed only 55,598 aliens

‘In 2012, a decade ago, under President Obama, ICE removed almost eight times or, excuse me, almost seven times the number of aliens than the Biden administration did in either 2021 or 2022, right?’ asked the attorney.

‘That appears correct,’ said Price. 

From 2008 to 2016, ICE removed up to 400,000 aliens per year and never less than 230,000. In 2021 the agency removed only 55,598 aliens. 

Price also testified that ICE was detaining far fewer migrants under Biden in 2021 than it did under Trump in 2019. 

‘In 2021, ICE detained approximately 40 percent of the aliens than it did in 2019, right? And it’s 50,000 to 19,254,’ said Guard. 

‘That appears correct,’ Price responded.

That’s despite the fact there were nearly double the migrant encounters at the southern border in fiscal year 2021 that there were in 2019 – 1,734,686 to 977,509. 

The latest Customs and Border Protection (CBP) data shows so far 2,150,638 encounters for 2022, with one more month to go in the fiscal year. 

Venezuelan migrants walk along the U.S. Border fence after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico to turn themselves in to the U.S. Border Patrol on September 22, 2022 in El Paso, Texas

Venezuelan migrants walk along the U.S. Border fence after crossing the Rio Grande from Mexico to turn themselves in to the U.S. Border Patrol on September 22, 2022 in El Paso, Texas

Meanwhile, a new CRC Research poll for the 85 Fund, a conservative group, found that a majority of Americans believe ‘sanctuary cities’ should have to help house unlawful migrants just as border towns do. 

The poll, obtained by National Review, asked:  ‘In order to manage the influx of illegal immigrants crossing the border, the state of Texas has sent buses of immigrants to other states and sanctuary cities including Chicago, New York City, and Washington DC. Do you agree or disagree that sanctuary cities should have to share the burden of dealing with these illegals and not just the border states?’

Even a slight majority of Democrats – 51 percent – agreed, as did 78 percent of Republicans and 63 percent of Independents. 

Recently Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis made waves by sending two chartered planes of 50 migrants to Martha’s Vineyard, a billionaire’s enclave off Massachusetts. 

Democrats decried the move, with California Gov. Gavin Newsom suggesting the Department of Justice investigate states potentially ‘kidnapping’ migrants to fly them to other states.   

REVEALED: The shocking numbers that show the unprecedented impact of illegal immigration into America that should make EVERY politician wake up to the crisis — as exposed by TODD BENSMAN’s expert analysis

Todd Bensman is Senior National Security Fellow for the Center for Immigration Studies and author of ‘Overrun: How Joe Biden Unleashed the Greatest Border Crisis in U.S. History.’ He previously served for nine years as senior intelligence analyst for the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Intelligence and Counterterrorism Division.

All it took was the arrival of 50 migrants on Martha’s Vineyard to wake Democrats and the mainstream media up to the reality of America’s historic and transformational immigration crisis.

Who knew?

All they needed was 19 months, dating back to the start of the Biden administration, to be wrenched out of their partisan fog to recognize the scope of this humanitarian disaster.

It’s sickening, but here we are.

On Monday, The New York Times grudgingly ran a story that used the ‘H’ word to describe the ‘historic pace of undocumented immigrants entering the country.’

It is a pace that would have struck generations of Democrats as totally unacceptable, until recently.

This week, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at long last released statistics from August showing the stark numbers: More than 2.15 million encounters with immigrants on the southern border, between October 2021 and August 2022.

The full reporting period, which runs through September, will probably end with 2.35 million encounters. 

The Biden presidency could easily end with seven million or more new migrants in America – a population larger than the size of Los Angeles and Chicago combined.

The Biden presidency could easily end with seven million or more new migrants in America – a population larger than the size of Los Angeles and Chicago combined.

By definition, an encounter happens each time a Border Patrol agent physically lays hands on an individual attempting to enter the country illegally, so one migrant may be countered multiple times. 

These numbers are literally off the charts.

2.15 million encounters is the highest number since the Eisenhower administration started keeping records in 1960.

It’s also up significantly from 1.7 million encounters during Biden’s first term – and even that was a record at the time.

For comparison, between 2010 and 2016, Border Patrol handled less than 500,000 encounters and never topped 400,000 in 2011, 2012 and 2015.

All together Border Patrol’s 17,000 agents have had to process immigrants approximately 4 million times since Biden became president.

And while millions were arrrested on the border, millions more got into America – and they will continue to do so.

The Biden administration itself has legally paroled some 1.4 million family members and unaccompanied minors into America bound only by the promise that they’ll report to immigration authorities someday.

Add to that at least another 900,000 ‘gotaways,’ which is a slang term once only used by Border Patrol agents to describe individuals who they suspect were able to evade capture.

The problem of ‘gotaways’ has become so pronounced that it is now part of the official lexicon.

Adding these two groups together, a total of more than at least 2.3 million illegal immigrants have entered America since Biden took office.

2.15 million encounters is the highest number since the Eisenhower administration started keeping records in 1960.

2.15 million encounters is the highest number since the Eisenhower administration started keeping records in 1960.

On Monday, The New York Times grudgingly ran a story that used the 'H' word to describe the 'historic pace of undocumented immigrants entering the country.' (Above) Migrants on the border in downtown El Paso, Texas, U.S., September 21, 2022

On Monday, The New York Times grudgingly ran a story that used the ‘H’ word to describe the ‘historic pace of undocumented immigrants entering the country.’ (Above) Migrants on the border in downtown El Paso, Texas, U.S., September 21, 2022

In this trend holds, and there’s no indication that it won’t, a second half of the Biden term could boost that number to some five million or higher.

If the administration follows through with its pledge to lift the Trump-era pandemic-related ‘Title 42,’ which sped the expulsion of migrants in the interest of public health, then as many as 540,000 migrants a month could pour in, according to intelligence community estimates.

In that case, the Biden presidency could easily end with seven million or more new migrants in America – a population larger than the size of Los Angeles and Chicago combined. 

To put this unprecedented migration in even sharper perspective — consider that over nearly six decades, 12 million legal immigrants were admitted to the US through Ellis Island in New York City’s Hudson Harbor.

At its peak, those numbers reached 1,004,756 in 1907, an average of 84,000 legal immigrants a month.

Under Biden, the average is 139,000 illegal immigrants per month.

Obviously, America has grown since the migrant waves through Ellis Island stopped, but the current period clearly rivals that transformational era in American history.

Ordinary Americans are already paying a steep price for this.

Mark Krikorian, executive director of the immigration policy think tank Center for Immigration Studies, estimates the lifetime fiscal cost of the illegal aliens Biden has let in so far at more than $100 billion.

That’s in addition to $140 billion a year taxpayers already bear for benefits and services to the longer-term illegal alien population.

But those aren’t the only costs.

To put this unprecedented migration in even sharper perspective — consider that over nearly six decades, 12 million legal immigrants were admitted to the US through Ellis Island in New York City's Hudson Harbor. (Above) Migrants climb through a fence in the desert at the base of the Baboquivari Mountains after they were apprehended Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, near Sasabe, Ariz. by U.S. Border Patrol agents

To put this unprecedented migration in even sharper perspective — consider that over nearly six decades, 12 million legal immigrants were admitted to the US through Ellis Island in New York City’s Hudson Harbor. (Above) Migrants climb through a fence in the desert at the base of the Baboquivari Mountains after they were apprehended Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022, near Sasabe, Ariz. by U.S. Border Patrol agents

Probably the very area of civic life where most Americans will first and most viscerally experience the impact of the Biden border crisis will be in the schools.

A 1982 Supreme Court ruling required enrollment of minors in public school regardless of immigration status no matter the costs or hardships.

In Austin Independent School District, teachers held protests in April 2022 drawing attention to a 400-student influx of immigrant teenagers from Central American nations at its International High School and Eastside Early College High School campus. Teachers complained they were left to give instruction in hallways and conference rooms.

In and around New York City, a significant surge of 5,000 immigrant children flooded into four counties in a single 11-month span through August 2021, posing a $139 million additional burden on New York taxpayers to educate them.

This is the story all across the country. Health and Human Services reported that 107,742 unaccompanied children were released to sponsors inside the U.S from October 2021 to July 2022.

Los Angeles county took in 4,579 children, Florida’s Miami-Dade county accepted 2,306 and Texas’ Harris county absorbed 7,170.

It’s impossible to determine from available public records exactly how many immigrant children have been enrolled in the nation’s public schools. 

But accounting for the surge of migrants under both the Biden and Trump administrations, probably close to two million have been added to the nation’s 49.5 million students in public schools, a four percentage increase over four years, by my estimation.

Long before frustrated Republican governors tried to force northern Democrats to ‘please, just pay attention to what is happening to all of us,’ no one said a word about the roaring conveyor belt that had already bused and flown many hundreds of thousands of border-crossers to cities all over America.

That machine runs full-throttle even now, pouring a biblical Noah’s Flood of foreign nationals into schools, homeless shelters, jobs and welfare lines across America.

Would liberal America just listen for a minute to what Republican governors are trying to say, they would know that millions more are on the way thus making an already-dire crisis that much more dire.

Perhaps, if they opened their ears and their eyes, they’d join with Republicans in a normal civil discourse about whether this permanent new condition is what everybody really wants.

And if it’s sustainable.

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