Leftist Groups Now Setting Up “Guerrilla Camps”

The increase in illegal migrants crossing the southern border of the United States is reportedly being facilitated by left-leaning non-governmental organizations (NGOs), particularly in areas like Sasabe, Arizona. These NGOs are accused of setting up camps to assist both illegal immigrants and the drug cartels with whom they are allegedly associated, to enter the U.S. illegally.

A video highlights the activities of these groups in Arivaca, Arizona, showing their involvement in helping illegal immigrants cross the border undetected. There are numerous NGOs, many with far-left ideologies, reportedly involved in supporting illegal migrants on their journey northward through Mexico to the U.S.

Byron York, chief political correspondent at the Washington Examiner, suggested that these NGOs are aiding in the Biden administration’s efforts to keep the border open for unrestricted illegal crossings, a situation he believes could not occur without presidential approval.

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre described the situation at the border as “not unusual,” a claim contradicted by data indicating the current border crisis is unprecedented in severity.

Critics argue that since the beginning of his term, President Biden has been working to reverse former President Trump’s policies aimed at securing the southern border and maintaining law and order in the country.

Recent statistics from Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) underscore the magnitude of the issue, with 302,000 encounters with illegal migrants reported in December 2023 alone, and a total of 785,000 encounters since October of the previous year.

The online publication Zero Hedge speculated that Democrats might be channeling taxpayer money into radical left-wing groups that are reportedly aiding cartels in what they describe as an invasion of America.

Commentary from readers reflects a range of opinions. Some express concern about the perceived lawlessness in Washington, D.C., and the potential consequences for those aiding in this situation. Others question why states like Arizona are not enforcing their immigration laws more rigorously. There is also a sentiment that the survival of the U.S. depends on electing leaders like Trump, with fears that the country may not endure until the next election in 2024. Finally, there are those who pessimistically declare the country as finished due to these ongoing issues.