A tent camp has been formed by illegal aliens in the desert on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas, according to reports.
Footage of an encampment in a sandy area near Loop 375 on the U.S. side of the border was published on social media by Rep. Tony Gonzales (R-TX) on Thursday.
“The video no one is showing you – A few miles from downtown El Paso on the US side of the border there are 100s of illegal migrants camping out. This is anything but orderly and humane,” Rep. Gonzales wrote on Twitter.
Drone footage shot by local media shows border agents and law enforcement parked nearby, seemingly unconcerned with breaking the camp up or removing its ‘residents.’
“Water tanks were seen wetting the dirt in the area where the migrants are at,” the CBS4 reports.
“A large trash dumpster that reads, ‘El Paso Disposal’ is placed at the encampment.”
When asked why the temporary settlement was permitted to exist, a Border Patrol spokesperson told CBS4, “It’s not uncommon for migrants to congregate or set up temporary shelters along the border while they await processing.”
Another video shot by Rep. Gonzales was published on social media by Fox News correspondent Griff Jenkins.
The footage shows illegal aliens strolling through a damaged section of barbed wire along the border near downtown El Paso.
El Paso is currently overwhelmed with thousands of illegal migrants as the Biden border crisis grows worse in the days ahead of the expiration of Title 42 restrictions.
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