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Leaked CBP Reports Show How Severe Immigration Problem Actually Is

| by Paul Brown

A recently leaked Customer and Border Protection report shows that individuals from over one third of the world's countries have been exploiting the United States' border security over recent years.

According to Breitbart, "The report was obtained by a trusted source within the CBP agency who leaked the document and spoke with Breitbart Texas on the condition of anonymity."

According to the report, immigrants from over 75 countries have been caught by border security or have turned themselves in since 2010. These countries range from the obvious (such as Mexico, Guatemala and Nicaragua) to the alarming.

Perhaps most alarming is the fact that there is documentation of dozens of immigrants who have come from the West African countries where Ebola is currently spreading.

Breitbart reports, "At least 71 individuals from the three nations affected by the current Ebola outbreak have either turned themselves in or been caught attempting to illegally enter the U.S. by U.S. authorities between January 2014 and July 2014."

The disease is highly contagious, and the spreading of Ebola in the United States could have catastrophic results.

In addition to these alarming statistics, the report shows that thousands of individuals from around the world have turned themselves in or been caught by border security agents. This implies a much greater number of actual immigrants, as the authorities cannot detain all immigrants.

Some of the numbers of the immigrants that have been detained in 2014 so far are rather staggering.

3,250 illegal Chinese immigrants have turned themselves in or been caught in 2014 alone. Around 240 individuals from Pakistan have turned themselves in or been caught in 2014 so far. An additional 200 Egyptians have turned themselves in or been caught so far this year. 300 refugees from Somalia, a known breeding ground for Islamic terror groups, have turned themselves in or been caught in 2014 alone.

The list goes on, and it remains to be seen what the current administration plans to do about this ongoing problem.