San Diego in Crisis, Thousands of Illegal Immigrants Flood the Streets


San Diego has been declared a humanitarian crisis zone. The cause? An unprecedented influx of illegal immigrants, primarily military-aged men, who have been dropped off on the city’s streets by unmarked white buses.

This alarming situation has escalated over the past week, with the number of illegal immigrants swelling to nearly 8,000.

The first wave of this unexpected migration saw more than 3,000 individuals being released onto the streets of San Diego. These migrants, reportedly smuggled by cartels from Tijuana, were left aimlessly wandering around 30th Street near the Iris Avenue Trolley Station.

The sight of these disoriented individuals, captured in videos posted on social media, sent shockwaves through the community.

Local journalist Jorge Ventura reported that the majority of these street releases were males with future court dates in the U.S., and they were headed to major cities across the country. This sudden surge of illegal immigration strained resources of Border Patrol, leading to a significant shift in their operations.

The U.S. government, overwhelmed by the sheer volume of migrants, has resorted to dropping them off in communities along the border. This is not part of any sinister operation but a desperate measure taken in response to the new wave of illegal immigration.

Local shelters, designed to accommodate recently arrived migrants for a night or two, are hitting capacity. The roughly 950 beds in San Diego are no longer sufficient, forcing immigration agents to drop people off on the streets, at bus stops, and in train stations.

This situation has sparked outrage among local officials and raised concerns among aid groups. In the past two weeks alone, an estimated 7,800 migrants have been released in San Diego, according to county officials. On Tuesday, they declared the situation a humanitarian crisis.

El Cajon Mayor Bill Wells has voiced his concerns about the escalating crisis. He revealed that the Border Patrol informed him of a shift in human smuggling operations by cartels from Texas to the San Diego region.

“We’ve already seen nearly 7,000 migrants dropped in San Diego County and that number will only go up,” Wells warned during an interview with Newsmax.

California’s Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom has also been confronted about the humanitarian crisis in San Diego. However, his response to this pressing issue remains to be seen.

As the city grapples with this unprecedented situation, the question on everyone’s mind is: What measures will be taken to address this crisis?