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Over 30,000 Chinese Migrants Entered California Since October

Migrants continue to cross U.S.-Mexico border in California

Recent data released by the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has highlighted a significant increase in the number of Chinese migrants entering California since October. The figures show a staggering rise of over 30,000 individuals, marking an 8600% increase compared to the previous fiscal year.

According to the data, concerns have been raised regarding the potential national security implications of this influx. Some officials, including Florida Congressman Greg Stubbe, have expressed apprehension over the motives behind such a large number of Chinese migrants entering the country.

Congressman Stubbe emphasized that China is considered the top national security threat to the United States. He suggested that the surge in Chinese migrants could be a deliberate strategy by adversaries to exploit vulnerabilities in the U.S. border security system.

Furthermore, Stubbe pointed out that the open southern border has not only facilitated the entry of Chinese nationals but also individuals from other countries, including Russia, Afghanistan, and Iran. He raised concerns about the potential collaboration between these groups and the implications for national security.

When asked about the intentions of the Chinese migrants, Stubbe dismissed the notion that they were seeking a better life, asserting that there may be ulterior motives at play. He highlighted the need for stronger border security measures and criticized the current administration's handling of the situation.

In terms of addressing the issue, Stubbe suggested that significant policy changes would be required, including reinstating measures implemented during the previous administration. He called for the election of a new president in order to enact these changes and enhance national security efforts.

The congressman also criticized the lack of action by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer in addressing border security concerns, attributing it to political motivations within the Democratic Party.

In conclusion, the surge in Chinese migrants entering California has raised alarm bells among officials, with calls for urgent action to strengthen border security and safeguard national interests.

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