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The largest invasion in human history proceeds apace, with record-breaking incursions in July.

The number of migrants detained along the Mexico border crossed a new threshold last month, exceeding 200,000 for the first time in 21 years, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection enforcement data released Thursday.

Among the 212,672 migrants taken into U.S. custody in July were 82,966 family members and 18,962 unaccompanied teenagers and children — an all-time high. The unaccompanied minors’ custody requirements have once more overwhelmed the Biden administration as it struggles to care for them safely in the middle of the pandemic.

That’s about 7,000 every day – that they know about! And, of course, they’ll all stay and more will come. This alone would render Whites a minority in less than 15 years if we weren’t already going extinct on our own. Who will struggle to care for us when we’re dying out? Oh, sorry, never mind – Stage 10 and all.

Serás tú o el Chino, amigos?