El Paso At ‘Breaking Point’; 2,000 Migrants Per Day

  • A substantial surge in migrants crossing the U.S. border from Mexico has led to critical challenges in El Paso, Texas.
  • Mayor Oscar Leeser, a Democrat, stated on Saturday that the city is facing an overwhelming situation, with over 2,000 people daily seeking asylum. This influx has surpassed the capacity of available shelters and is straining local resources.
  • The majority of asylum seekers are from Venezuela, and they are part of a broader wave of immigrants who have taken perilous journeys via buses and cargo trains to reach Mexican border towns near San Diego, California, as well as the Texas cities of El Paso and Eagle Pass.
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