U.S. military put on high alert over this invasion

This nation’s enemies are bolder than ever. And now they’re taking their fight to our homeland.

And the U.S. military has been put on high alert over this invasion.

On Friday, Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis disclosed that state officials intercepted suspected illegal aliens from Haiti on February 29.

The boat intercepted by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission officers was 42 feet long, contained five unaccompanied children, and was operated by a U.S. citizen, according to Florida’s Voice.

Authorities said the suspects were part of a “human smuggling operation,” and were “lying prone on the deck of the boat.”

“Just recently, within the last couple of weeks, and this will be made public later today, our Florida Fish and Wildlife officers interdicted a vessel that had 25 illegal immigrants, potential illegal immigrants, from Haiti,” DeSantis said in a statement.

“In their boat, in their vessel, they had firearms, they had drugs, they had night vision gear and they were boating very recklessly, which would potentially endanger other folks. So that vessel was interdicted near the Sebastian Inlet, and those illegal aliens were turned over to the Coast Guard for deportation,” he stated.

“So our folks have been doing this before we augmented this and they’re going to continue to do it, and we’ve got an incredible amount of resources that are now on display to be able to prevent,” he continued.

“Now, what’s different today than maybe in the past? Well, part of it is we have more resources that the state has been willing to put up.”

He turned to the failure of the Biden administration to do its job: “And this is not really our responsibility; this is the federal government’s responsibility. Coast Guard does by and large a good job but they’re undermanned; they’re under-resourced, so we’re filling those gaps.”

“I think one difference now is — and we see this with our folks that we have at the border — you have people coming across the southern border from all over the world, Haitians can get to the United States easier by flying to Mexico and walking across the border,” he said.

“And so I anticipate, if flights resume, that will likely be where a lot of those folks who are trying to flee (Haiti), if they want to come to the United States they’re probably going to go to Mexico and then come in through the border knowing that Biden will just let everybody in.”

This is just what this country doesn’t need.

We already have millions pouring into the U.S.

Now Haiti is going up in flames without any indication that it will end anytime soon.

And Haiti has 11.7 million people, nearly double the population of El Salvador.

Just wait, Democrats will say it’s our “duty” to help those “fleeing persecution.”

The same old song and dance we’ve seen every time.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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