It’s happening right under our noses. Thousands of Chinese nationals are pouring into the United States, and the numbers are staggering. But this isn’t your typical immigration story. No, this is something far more sinister.
The data is undeniable. In fiscal year 2023 alone, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported encounters with nearly 40,000 Chinese nationals on both our southern and northern borders. To put that into perspective, that’s a whopping increase from the 23,500 and 27,800 encountered in 2021 and 2022, respectively. And here’s the kicker: the vast majority of these individuals are men of military age.
Now, let’s pause for a moment and think about this. Why would there be such a sudden and dramatic increase in Chinese nationals, specifically military-aged men, trying to enter the U.S.? And why now?