President Joe Biden’s open border crisis continues as the El Paso border sector is swamped with processing a thousand illegal aliens each day, according to Border Patrol agents.

The El Paso sector on the southern border has seen a 50 percent increase in encounters in the federal fiscal year (FY) 2022 compared to FY 2021. With just over 26,000 known encounters in June, it is expected that July could see more than 30,000 encounters (data will be released in mid-August).

Overall, the El Paso sector reports more than 206,000 encounters in FY 22, which does not end for another two months.

Additionally, illegal aliens from nearby New Mexico are being bused into the Texas side of the El Paso sector.

“A local border advocate with Alliance for a Safe Texas spent several days following the buses,” explained Sheena Rodriguez, president of Alliance for a Safe Texas & Founder of Secure the Border: Save Texas.

Notably, over a few days, only single adult men and women were sighted going on and off the notorious unmarked white and blue buses.

This is in contradiction to the narrative that those crossing the border illegally are simply families searching for a better life.

“From the Hondo Pass & Juarez Gate Border Patrol Facilities, Highway 54 has a nonstop flow of buses on both sides of traffic,” says Rodriguez. “From there, the buses are sent to Fort Bliss, the Homeland Security Aviation Facility off of Boeing Road, the El Paso International Airport, or a nearby unmarked warehouse.”

What concerns Rodriguez, as well as her sources within Border Patrol, is the possible human trafficking element involved.

“Many of the young girls going in and out of the warehouse location were spotted with white, yellow, or green wristbands, giving an eerily similar resemblance to the wristbands used by the cartel in the Roma & La Joya areas of the Texas border,” says Rodriguez.

According to Rodriguez’s sources, “Many northern states, such as New York, are explicitly aiding and desiring the mass influx of illegal aliens into the states.”

“Why would northern states be so eager to fund or house illegal aliens?” Rodriguez asks. “Could it be an attempt to revitalize the economy and population in New York since there has been a mass exodus from the state due to failed economic and social leftist efforts over the last few years? When stash houses [containing children] are now uncovered in wealthy neighborhoods in D.C., and it has been revealed that the Biden administration is promoting forced child labor, such as in Hyundai Motor Co. parts plants, is this scratching the surface of a much more significant expansion of the modern day slave trade?”

At this point, Rodriguez has more questions than answers regarding the humanitarian issues with allowing a massive influx of illegal aliens into the country and processing them through government channels before sending them away to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) funded by the federal government.

Notably, many of these NGOs tasked with housing and transporting illegal migrants have a history of abusing those in their care.

“There is absolutely nothing humanitarian about the atrocities happening in direct correlation with the current invasion of our southern border,” Rodriguez told Texas Scorecard.

Sydnie Henry

A born and bred Texan, Sydnie serves as the Managing Editor for Texas Scorecard. She graduated from Patrick Henry College with a B.A. in Government and is utilizing her research and writing skills to spread truth to Texans.