‘Of course they were’: Illegal migrants who charged Texas Nat’l Guard at border processed and released into U.S.

New York Post reporter Jennie Taer witnessed the recent chaos at the border as illegal migrants stormed through razor wire and fencing in El Paso and charged members of the Texas National Guard on Thursday.

Speaking later to Fox News’s Dana Perino, Taer said that many of those men were later processed under Title 8 and released into the United States by Border Patrol, where they are now free to wait for their asylum claims to wind their way through the overloaded courts.

“This sends the message to people around the world that even if you act like this you can probably get into the country,” Taer said. “And I think they continue to push these boundaries and to see what they can get away with and here they got away with some really, really scary stuff.”

Taer’s video of the incursion has been viewed more than 18 million times on X.

Texas Governor Greg Abbott responded to the El Paso “surge” a few hours after the video went viral.

“The TX National Guard & Dept. of Public Safety quickly regained control & are redoubling the razor wire barriers,” he stated. “DPS is instructed to arrest every illegal immigrant involved for criminal trespass & destruction of property.”

News that the invading migrants are now wandering American streets stoked the fury of already outraged X users.

“Oh great,” fumed one user. “So is anyone surprised if Americans choose to protect themselves in the event US citizens face potential attacks?

“Apparently the US GOVERNMENT IS EITHER TOO BUSY to keep Americans safe, or DONT CARE, or suffer from low IQ? Neighborhoods are gearing up for what may be imminent.”

Melissa Fine

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