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WATCH: Illegal Invaders Hit San Diego’s Shore Twice In A Week


You may have heard about the boat of illegal immigrant invaders that reached San Diego’s shore about a week ago, on Thursday, Jan 25th.

You may have not.

Surely our media would report on that, wouldn’t they?

Well, they reported on it in India.

I’m serious.

Even people in India get to know what’s happening in our own backyards before us.

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I have to go across the world digitally to get more info?

What the heck is going on?

India’s Hindustan reports:

A shocking video shared on social media shows a boat full of illegal migrants arriving onshore at the famous La Jolla beaches in San Diego, California. First shared on X, formerly Twitter, by internet personality Collin Rugg on January 26. In the footage, several migrants can be seen arriving on a boat before running off into the posh neighbourhood in San Diego, which is the largest city on the Mexican border.

Rugg wrote on the platform, “Illegals storm the beaches of La Jolla, California in a smuggling boat and then abandon the boat for everyone else to deal with.” He continued, “Just a normal day in California. Good Samaritan surfers swam out to pick up all the trash that the illegals left for them. The trash included fuel cans which leaked into the ocean.”

I did find one other media company that reported on this, The Times of San Diego:

At least five migrants were able to make it ashore from a boat that split in half off Sunset Cliffs on Thursday morning, according to the U.S. Border Patrol.

San Diego lifeguards were called to the scene of a boat breaking apart against the cliffs..

No one was found in the water and a surveillance video showed people scrambling up the cliff and escaping.. The motorized boat could be seen overturned and smashing against the cliff walls.

In a second incident, in La Jolla about 90 minutes later, a large panga landed on the rocks at Windansea, OnScene reported, with up to 30 people seen leaving the boat. The group, including women and children, ran east to waiting vehicles on La Jolla Boulevard. The cars left the scene.

That’s not where the story ends.

Another boat just arrived in the same area Tues, Jan 30…

The force behind this are clearly hellbent on continuing it at any cost.

 

 



 

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