Several dozen illegal aliens, in what is nothing short of sheer irony, thought instead of illegally crossing the border that they should deconstruct the wall to make their own.
Recently, more than a dozen people have been arrested in the Mexican border city of Tijuana for stealing the fence of the border wall.
Tijuana’s border liaison unit director Reynaldo Gonzalez Mora stated “most were people who have been deported from the United States, and people who have problems with drug addiction and live mostly on the street.”
“We have detected that the barbed wire that was installed in the border area is no longer there. We know about the stealing of the concertina [wire] from United States authorities who have asked us for help through the liaison staff,”
There have been 15 to 20 arrests.
The wire was installed by U.S. troops to “prepare for the potential arrival of thousands of people migrating in a caravan heading towards the border of the United States.”
Concertina wire was found all around home in Colonia Libertad neighborhood in Tijuana.
Also, Tijuana was rated 2018 most violent city in the world due to gang violence and an average of seven killings per day.
The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah joked about the theft of the wire.
“I’m sorry guys, this is insane,” Noah said. “You heard that right. Mexico is stealing wall.”
a reported 400 illegal immigrants were arrested within 5 minutes.
The agents, working in Texas, apprehended the first group of 194 illegal immigrants around 2:45 a.m. near Bowie High School in El Paso. Five minutes later — at 2:50 a.m. — another group of agents apprehended a second group of 252 who had just crossed the border near Downtown El Paso, according to a press release from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
“In all, agents had already taken over 430 people into custody within the first three hours in what appears to be only the beginning of another busy day for the El Paso Sector Border Patrol,” the agency wrote.
The group was comprised mostly of Central American families and unaccompanied minors, which Border Patrol says is seen regularly. The agency also said that it has averaged 570 apprehensions a day for the past month – 90% of which occur in the El Paso Metropolitan Area.