US Border Is So Secure That 378 TODDLERS Were Able to Cross Into the US This Year

Let’s face it.
There is no security at the border.

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Migration of the Innocents: A Central American toddler migrant being lifted onto the Mexican train known as “The Beast.” (WLRN)

The US Border is so secure that 378 unaccompanied toddlers were able to cross into the United States in the last year.
What a disgrace.
Breitbart reported:

From October 1, 2013 to June 11, 2014, 378 unaccompanied children ages two-years old and younger have reportedly been detained by US Border patrol Agents for crossing the southern border illegally.

According to Fusion, they obtained their information from the office of a high-ranking Democratic senator. They stated, moreover, that 95 of the children apprehended were infants under 1 year old.

Neither the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol or the Department of Homeland Security would respond specifically to the situation but instead referred Fusion to a previous released statement regarding the data on unaccompanied alien children. Significantly, the statistics show a 99% increase from 26,206 in 2013 to 52,193 in Southwest Border unaccompanied children apprehensions for fiscal year 2014.

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