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Illegal Alien Crosses U.S. Border, Expresses Concern Over ‘No Security’

‘Who comes into this country?’ Turkish man asked. ‘Killers, psychopath[s]?’

Illegal Alien Crosses U.S. Border, Expresses Concern Over ‘No Security’

A Turkish man who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in California immediately expressed concern over the lack of security.

The man spoke with national Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin as soon as he entered the unincorporated community of Jacumba Hot Springs.

“In fact, the American people is right, completely true,” the illegal alien said. “Who comes into this country? They don’t know. Okay, I’m good, but how if they’re not good? How if they’re killers, psychopath, else? No guarantee of that. Like, no security, no security check, no background check.”

When asked if he was worried about who is crossing the border, he said, “Yes, yes, yes. Of course, because people are not normal.”

The Turkish man went on to say that he paid the Cartel $10,000 to secure his trip into the U.S.

Melugin documented a mass illegal crossing of people late Wednesday and Thursday. The reporter spoke with migrants from Iran, Pakistan, China, Turkey, India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

The Fox News correspondent interviewed a Pakistani man who claimed he came to the U.S. to find work, though admitted he knew he entered illegally.

When Melugin asked the man if he cared, he smiled and shrugged.

One Indian man said he did not know what city he would go to. When asked why he came to the U.S., he said, “I don’t know.”

Other people crossing the border concealed their faces with clothing or masks.

Additional video footage shows groups of migrants walking down a road after crossing.

“Border Patrol needs more manpower out here - but unlike Texas, there is zero help from sanctuary state California, and zero effort to stop or control any of this at the state level,” Melugin wrote on X. “The result? Groups of illegal immigrants from Pakistan, China, India, etc wandering around.”

Jacumba Hot Springs is located in the southeastern area of San Deigo County, which has seen a sizable uptick in illegal immigration since last September, according to San Diego County Supervisor Jim Desmond.

At an April 15 press conference cited by The Epoch Times, Desmond said that, since early last fall, more than 125,000 illegal immigrants have crossed into the county and over 25,000 were released on area streets in March and April alone. Those figures do not include “gotaways” who eluded Border Patrol.

Desmond also said the county had seen “a nearly 140 percent increase in maritime human smuggling since 2020,” the outlet reports.

“We need to make major changes for the safety of our people, the safety of all of San Diego County,” Mr. Desmond said, per The Epoch Times. “We need the state and federal officials to bring more resources, whether it’s more Coast Guard or National Guard. ... We’ve got to come together and allow law enforcement to communicate with ICE. We need to be able to deport criminals out of the country.”

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