Fox News Reporter Catches Border Crossers In The Act During Segment

Fox News Reporter Catches Border Crossers In The Act During Segment


Fox News reporter Griff Jenkins traveled to
the Texas Border earlier this week to get a first hand look at the growing border crisis. During his stay, he caught a group of illegal
aliens trying to cross the border into the U.S. As reported by the Daily Caller, Jenkins caught
a group of illegal aliens trying to cross the U.S.-Mexican border while reporting on
the migrant caravan, which is also trying to illegally come into America. Both Jenkins and his camera crew camped out
next to a river, and caught a group of migrants attempting to cross the river on a raft. When the group saw Jenkins with his crew,
the group turned back and settled on the Mexican shore for the time being. “Yesterday, we laid in the bushes in wait
and we busted one of those smuggling operations,” Jenkins reported Tuesday morning. In the video, Jenkins can be heard yelling
to the migrants: “Excuse me sir, were you trying to cross into America illegally?” “What we’re witnessing now is clearly
a family that was being brought over by that smuggler that was paddling in the raft,”
he said. “They’ve gone back over there, we’ve
seemed to have foiled this attempt but officials tell us he’s probably just gonna look for
another spot.” Jenkins video comes as a migrant caravan growing
to well over 10,000 strong is making its way to the United States/Mexico border. Illegal Immigration has continued to be a
hot topic with the Trump administration, and has recently dominated the national conversation. Critics of the president have voiced harsh
criticism of his attempts to stop the caravan, yet many of those same critics have ignored
similar calls from their peers and party leaders. In a tweet posted on Tuesday night, President
Donald Trump shared a C-SPAN video clip of former President Barack Obama in 2005 echoing
Trump’s very position on stopping illegal immigration.

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