Texas videos show illegal immigrants speeding across the highway and crossing the border easily.

Illegal immigrants were seen on videos posted to Instagram, crossing a U.S.-Mexico border fence before darting across a busy highway in El Paso, Texas.

Video taken in El Paso (Texas) and uploaded to Instagram shows immigrants running through traffic on State Highway 375 at high speed.

These videos show 13-14 illegal migrants negotiating a border wall that separates Mexico and the United States, before avoiding oncoming traffic.

The person recording the video, Instagram user @therealfitfamelpaso, could be heard shouting and cheering for the individuals as they crossed into traffic.

Illegal immigrants can be seen climbing over the fence at El Paso’s U.S.-Mexico border. (@therealfitfamelpaso on Instagram)

He shouts, “You got it brother.” “Look at this.”



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One of the immigrants even raised his fist as he crossed the street in front of the videographer. He was grateful for the cheers and embraced the camera.

The shot is then sent to another group, who make a mad dash through Loop 375.

As he records, the man said “Dude! Look at that bro!” “This is our government ing money bro. Yes sir. Another one! Another one! Another one! Woo!”

Instagram posted videos of illegal immigrants climbing over a fence at El Paso’s U.S.-Mexico border. (@therealfitfamelpaso on Instagram)

This video shows the porousness of the border as well as how easy it can be for people to cross and run into Texas. Texas is a place where illegal crossings are at an all-time high.



64,000 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS HAVE EVADED BORDER PATROL OCTOBER, 205,000

According to September data, fiscal year 2022 saw 2,378,944 migrants encounters. This was the highest number ever recorded in a fiscal calendar year.

The data does not include the 599,000 “gotaways”, which U.S. Customs and Border Protection (or CBP) sources said were evaded capture in the same period.

CBP sources informed Fox News that approximately 64,000 migrants were “gotaways” during October. This averages to around 2,000 migrants crossing the border every day.




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Despite evidence to the contrary, the Biden Administration insists that the U.S.-Mexico border “closed”.

The southern border has experienced an increase in migration every spring. However, the 2021 and 2022 surges far exceeded previous years and accelerated throughout the year.

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