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Camouflaged Invaders at Arizona Border

Usually the focus has been on Texas regarding the border, but keep an extra eye out if you’re in Arizona.

They’re starting to use ghillie suits now as camouflage to blend in with the sand as they wander into the desert.

This is getting ridiculous.

A local Arizona paper, The Center Square, reports on their border crisis and the numbers they’re seeing:

Arizona sheriffs briefed state lawmakers on the border crisis on Thursday afternoon as the state faces a problem typically attributed to the federal government.

In the 2024 fiscal year so far, there have been 131,893 (immigrant) encounters recorded by United States Customs and Border Protection in Arizona, 12,029 of those came from the Yuma Sector.

Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels said, “Right now it’s the ugliest [he’s] ever seen it.”

“Until state, local, and federal start working together we’re in trouble,” he later added, taking a critical tone toward the Biden administration’s border policies.

He thanked the state government officials for helping with the costs of putting people behind bars, as well as helping with getting over 650 buses to transport (immigrants) out of Cochise County, and a border operations center slated to open next month.

“Getting 650 buses out of the county.” Just out of the county?


To where?

Unless its to ship them back, they’re either delusional to think thats helping or they’re shills for the Deep State.

Here’s a long line of future scholars all waiting to assimilate into this country down in Arizona:

The nation watches on, waiting  and praying for another group to rise up and guard the other breaches in the wall.

Where are you, Arizona National Guard?

Dear readers, keep praying and declaring. God hears and God answers.


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