New shocking footage has emerged showing a US soldier opening a gate to let illegal migrants onto private property in Texas, then standing back as a bus pulls up to take them away.
The footage, shared by Fox LA reporter Bill Melugin on Monday, shows a woman in military gear backing up from a high fence in Eagle Pass as the gate in Oepend.
As the gate opens, dozens of migrants walk through the Texas opening as the soldier looks on.
As the migrants enter, a small craft watches from the river, which Melugin claimed was border control.
The same female soldier who opened the gate returns to the frame and clam watches the migrants as a white bus pulls up.
Melugin said the clip “shows a large group of migrants crossing illegally onto private property.”
As The New York Post reported:
The Texas National Guard denied the soldier was one of its troops — instead saying it was “a Title 10 soldier from the Missouri [Army National Guard]” under orders from the federal government and working with the Border Patrol.
The clip has sparked outrage online.
“It’s harder to get into most secure office buildings,” one person replied, calling it “ridiculous.”
“Thank God there’s a camera there so we can watch them all come through in a nice orderly fashion,” one commenter said.
Another claimed it showed that “the govt told them where to cross.”
The footage comes just a day after Senator Josh Hawley said the Biden administration is deliberately forcing the “collapse of the immigration system,” adding they want “chaos” at the border.
“I think the plan is exactly what you’re seeing; they want the chaos,” Hawley told Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
“The plan is to try to collapse our immigration system completely, collapse the courts collapse the asylum process, overrun the border,” Hawley said of the Biden admin.
“That is the plan. That’s what they want. They want the chaos,” The Senator charged.
“If you thought the fentanyl problem in this country is bad,” he added.
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