Sunday Talks, Kari Lake Describes the Ongoing and Escalating Arizona Border Crisis, 227,547 Illegal Aliens in September Alone

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on October 23, 2022 | Sundance 

Appearing with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures {Direct Rumble Link Here), Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake describes the specific interests to Arizona ahead of the November election.

Mrs. Lake describes the ongoing and escalating border crisis driven by Joe Biden’s open border policies, including expanded drug running, human smuggling and escalating crime, evil outcomes of unlawful immigration.  WATCH:


Captured illegal border crossers, illegal aliens, were 227,547 in September 2022 at the U.S. border with Mexico. That’s the third-highest month of Joe Biden’s presidency and was up 11.5% from 204,087 in August, and 18.5% higher than the 192,001 in September 2021.

In the fiscal year that ended Sept. 30, 2.38 million illegal aliens were encountered, up 37% from 1.73 million the year before.  The 2022 annual total surpassed 2 million for the first time in August and is more than twice the highest-level during Donald Trump’s presidency in 2019.

CONTEXT – Keep in mind when 60,000 illegal aliens crossed in 2014, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson declared a state of emergency and asked congress for $4 billion in emergency funding.  In September 2022 alone, 227,547 illegal aliens crossed.

Nearly 78,000 migrants from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua were stopped in September, compared to about 58,000 from Mexico and three countries of northern Central America that have historically accounted for most of the flow.

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