Biden’s Open Borders Crisis: Two Men Slip Into US Carrying Dozens of Guns, Abandon Weapons and Escape Back to Canada

Border Patrol agents seized two backpacks filled with 65 handguns, 65 pistol magazines, two rifles, a silencer and two rifle magazines near the US-Canadian border. The suspects fled back into Canada.

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US Border Patrol agents seized two backpacks filled with guns earlier this month near the US Canadian border.

The suspects fled back into Canada before they were captured.

How many others were able to pass freely into the US under Joe Biden?

The Star Tribune reported:

Two people slipped into eastern North Dakota from Canada, abandoned three backpacks jammed with dozens of guns and fled back over the border without capture, federal officials said Wednesday.

A report of suspicious activity led U.S. Border Patrol agents and their dog assigned to the Grand Forks, N.D., sector’s Pembina station made the discovery in the early hours of May 15 near Neche, just south of Canada and about 16 miles west of North Dakota’s border with Minnesota.

The agents arrived to the location and saw two people fleeing, said Steven Bansbach, spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection. With the help of their dog, Odin, the agents found the backpacks, which held 65 handguns, 65 pistol magazines, two rifles, a silencer and two rifle magazines.

“The two people absconded back to Canada before we were able to get a description,” Bansbach said.

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