Migrants in Arizona disclose their preferred 2024 candidate

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An illegal migrant crossing into Arizona this week labeled President Biden as the “president of the immigrants,” as both the current president and former President Trump made separate visits to the southern border in Texas.

According to Fox News contributor Sara Carter in an exclusive interview on “Hannity,” a migrant expressed their belief that President Biden is supportive of immigrants and working in their favor, particularly those who are coming to the country illegally.

Carter made a trip to the Arizona-Mexico border, where a new surge of migrants expressed their endorsement for Biden’s campaign for re-election.

In interviews with individuals crossing the border illegally, people from various countries like Guinea, Pakistan, India, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Ecuador all expressed the same sentiment: they believed that the United States has an open border policy and saw it as an invitation from President Biden.

Campos-Duffy stated that they were seeking Joe Biden’s assistance to fulfill their aspirations and secure a better future. They hoped that their dreams could be realized with his support.

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Laura Ingraham warns that the White House’s open border policies may have severe consequences for them in the upcoming 2024 election.

Since Biden assumed office, approximately 7.3 million migrants have been identified as having crossed the southwest border illegally, as reported by a Fox News analysis conducted last month.

According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the number of border encounters in the current fiscal year has already reached 961,537. This figure surpasses the population of 36 individual states. If the rate of illegal immigration remains unchanged, fiscal year 2024 is projected to surpass the record set last year with 2,475,669 southwest border encounters. To put this into perspective, this number alone is greater than the population of New Mexico, a state that shares a border with Mexico.

According to Campos-Duffy, the reason why they are taking this opportunity is because they have a welcome sign.

President Joe Biden visited the southern border in Brownsville, Texas, delivering remarks as Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas looked on.

According to data from CBP, there have been a total of 7,298,486 southwest land border encounters since Biden took office in 2021.

The increase in migrants has raised concerns about national security. In January, a group of former FBI officials wrote a letter to Congress expressing their concerns about a “new and immediate threat” to the United States at the southern border. They suggested that the country is facing an invasion by foreign nationals of military age.

Carter, in her reporting on “Hannity,” emphasized that the border is perceived by U.S. adversaries like China, Russia, Iran, and others as a vulnerable and easily penetrable barrier.

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According to her, numerous intelligence analysts have expressed their belief that it is not a question of if, but rather when our nation will experience another event similar to September 11th, or potentially even more catastrophic.

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