Chinese Nationals Caught At Border In Devastating Breach

( According to federal data released last week, the number of Chinese nationals crossing the border exploded in the first three months of FY2023, marking a 719 percent increase compared to the first three months of FY2022.

Since FY2023 began on October 1, Border Patrol has already encountered 2,999 Chinese nationals at the US/Mexico border. During the same period in FY2022, only 366 Chinese nationals were apprehended at the southern border.

Nationwide, in FY2020, a total of 18,395 Chinese nationals were apprehended entering the United States from Canada, Mexico, or entering on international flights. In FY2021, that number increased to 23,471. In FY2022, 27,756 Chinese nationals entered the US illegally.

But in just the first three months of FY2023, the total number of Chinese nationals entering the US illegally was already at 10,587.

According to The Center Square, the number of Chinese nationals illegally entering the US is far higher than the official stats since a significant portion of “gotaways,” those evading capture, are made up of Chinese nationals.

At least 1.2 million “gotaways” have been recorded during Joe Biden’s presidency. However, the true number is likely higher as not all “gotaways” get recorded.

Since Joe Biden took office, as many as 5.5 million illegals have been encountered entering the US.

Last month, US Customs and Border Protection reported that 38 known terrorists were apprehended at the border in the first three months of FY2023. During FY2022, which ended on September 30, CBP apprehended 98 known or suspected terrorists at the border. In FY2021, there were only 15 arrests of suspected terrorists.

Between October 1, 2016, and September 30, 2020, only 11 known or suspected terrorists entered the US at the southern border.

But rather than secure the US border, the Biden administration has been pouring money into Central America, hoping to curb the flow of so-called “migrants.”

Late last year, the Biden administration announced a $645 million aid package that included humanitarian support for “refugee and migrant populations” and cooperative efforts for “climate-smart economic reform.”