Just another rude reminder of our immigration problems.
Normally, when we talk about illegals entering the country, we’re focused on the U.S. Mexico border. However, it’s obviously not the only place where people are sneaking in. Our boundaries are porous on almost every front – particularly in Florida, where ‘arrival by boat’ is enjoying something of a comeback.
As the Broward Palm Beach New Times reports:
U.S. Border Patrol spokesperson Frank Miller said, “That’s a testament to how confident these organizations are — what we call transnational criminal organizations — who smuggle criminals and narcotics right onto the beach.” He said the incident was under investigation and noted, “There has been an increase in known maritime smuggling in Florida — from Key West all along the Florida coast — from fiscal year 2014 to now.”
Miller was specifically responding to a recent video, in which a model is interrupted while filming some sort of fashion video on the beach. In it, a crowded boat pulls up, and the 9 illegals it was carrying jump into the water. They then make a mad dash for the city. The boat (which the press would be calling a ‘mega-yacht’ if Marco Rubio owned it) is left to flounder.
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