‘We Don’t Want Trump’: Immigrants Rush To Cross Border Before US Election

Article originally appeared on dailycaller.com.

Illegal immigrants are rushing to cross the border before the U.S. elections in November, the New York Post reported.

As the U.S. presidential election approaches, concerns about potential changes in immigration policy are prompting migrants to cross the border sooner rather than later. Colombian brothers Ricardo, 20, and Sebastian, 18, spoke to the New York Post about their illegal crossing of the Arizona border, driven by fears of a potential administration change that could tighten border control.

Migrants rushing to cross border now in case Biden loses in November: ‘We don’t want Trump’ https://t.co/Kcj1IioWgy pic.twitter.com/81zYHkVbym — New York Post (@nypost) May 20, 2024

The brothers, who received assistance at the Yuma Regional Center for Border Health and later traveled to New Jersey, expressed concerns that the re-election of Donald Trump could lead to stricter immigration enforcement.

“We think with the elections, …

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