Armed Militia of Ex-Cops and Veterans in New Mexico Detains More Than 300 ‘Asylum Seekers’ at Gunpoint (VIDEO)

More than 300 ‘asylum seekers’ trying to illegally cross the US border surrendered to an armed militia of New Mexico citizens comprised of ex-cops and veterans.

This is what happens when the US government doesn’t even uphold its most basic commitment to the American people, to secure the borders from invaders.

The militia then handed over the detained aliens to US border patrol.

 

The Daily Mail reported:

A group of 300 men, women and children gave themselves up to the ‘United Constitutional Patriots’, a gang of vigilantes who claim to be made up of veterans and former police officers, who then handed them over to border officials.

Video recorded by one of the militia, Jim Benvie, who has been camping out on the New Mexico-Chihuahua border for two months, shows the asylum seekers walking on a dirt road having crossed through a fence gap in Sundland Park, New Mexico.

The emergence of the vigilante group comes amid a boom in asylum seekers aiming to make their way into the U.S. through New Mexico, and the El Paso sector.

The video, which was streamed live on Facebook, shows the asylum seekers giving themselves up to the militia, intending to turn themselves over to Border Patrol.

‘I literally walked out and I looked, and all I saw was hundreds of people coming at us,’ said Benvie.

Benvie and three other men had been scouting the area Monday night before coming across what the U.S. Border Patrol estimated was 300 migrants.

‘We held them there until Border Patrol came,’ said Benvie.

“Holy cow! There’s more coming!,” a woman named Debbie Collins Farsnworth said in a Facebook live stream video of the illegal aliens.

Watch the Facebook video:

There is a crisis at the US-Mexico border and the Democrats and activist judges are fighting President Trump at every turn.


In March alone, over 100,000 illegal aliens were detained by US border patrol.

According to reports, over 1.5 million illegal aliens will enter the United States in 2019 if the surge continues at the current rate.

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