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Texas farmer near border says migrants ‘bull-rushed’ his property, broke into elderly grandparents’ house

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a texas farmer A man who owns a 150-acre ranch along the U.S.-Mexico border recently shared footage of immigrants running onto his property and barricading himself inside the house where his grandparents live.

The farmer, who requested anonymity, told Fox News Digital that his family has owned the land for more than 100 years. The videos, he said, describe everyday events in his family. But the problem has gotten worse in recent years, he said.

Immigrants raid a Texas ranch while evading Border Patrol agents.
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“The video I posted was one of the hundreds that I have, or something that happens every day. And it’s a daily occurrence,” he said.

He told Fox News Digital that, for reasons unknown, his TikTok account was suspended over the weekend, but appeared to be back up by Wednesday.

The farmer is Hispanic, but his family has lived in the United States for generations. He said he was motivated to post the video after negative feedback he got on another video he showed. immigration to his property —although a not-so-sharpened one.

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A follow-up video showed three of the eight migrants trying to escape. border guard.

“They broke into our house, trying to open the door, trying to get in,” he said. “Not everyone does, and I agree with that, but they were trying to get away and break into our house. It was pretty bad.”

A migrant trying to enter the United States from Mexico is detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the San Luis, Arizona border on August 20, 2022.

A migrant trying to enter the United States from Mexico is detained by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at the San Luis, Arizona border on August 20, 2022.
(Nick Yutt/Getty Images)

He stressed that he sees this as a “humanitarian issue” rather than a Democrat or Republican issue, and blamed the Biden administration and Texas Governor Greg Abbott for exacerbating the problem.

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“Biden[and]the Democrats are saying, ‘America is open, come on. Everybody’s against it, do what you want. And Abbott on the Republican side is saying, ‘Hey, come on. We’ll give you free bus rides to New York and Chicago, wherever you want to go.” That’s even more appealing,” he said, and was heard saying, “We just want to go to New York.” I pointed out that some people

“I have never seen anything like this,” said the farmer, who has worked on the ranch for 40 years, as did his 95-year-old grandfather.

“We feel like we’re in the best shape of all time right now. Ultimately, it’s the best we’ve ever seen in 90-95,” he said. We’ve seen thousands pass through here without a hitch.

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He added: Just a stranger running through the kitchen is unfathomable. ”

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