Smugglers Are Using Facebook To Aid And Abed Illegals

( According to NBC News, human smugglers are now so confident that they can illegally traffick people over the border that they are advertising their services…on Facebook. The report explains how criminal gangs are falsely claiming that they can offer a “100%” safe journey to central Americans looking to start a new (and illegal) life in the United States.

It’s not new for human traffickers and smugglers to advertise their services on social media, but they are becoming more confident in what they offer and are promising to help more people than ever before now that President Joe Biden is in office. Migrants are reportedly falling prey to promises about how the Biden administration will welcome them upon arrival – something Biden himself has indicated by suggesting illegal aliens will be granted an eight-year path to citizenship, but also a claim that isn’t entirely true.

President Biden recently told illegal aliens not to cross the border, but his request hasn’t worked.

One post published on Facebook, according to NBC, said, “Travel to Mexico to the United States. Costs $8,000. 100 percent safe.”

“Cross through Matamoros. You walk one hour, after in automobile until you arrive to your relative,” the post continued.

NBC reported how the Facebook pages made multiple posts every day, some from apparent smugglers who are usually referred to as “coyotes” and others from Central Americans making posts and asking what the best way is to illegally enter the United States.

The posts are frequently monitored by the Department of Homeland Security. The U.S. federal government department reportedly believes that the misinformation being spread by the coyotes is “partly to blame for the recent surge at the border,” according to an NBC source – but it’s also abundantly clear that illegal aliens are making their way across the border in such huge numbers because President Joe Biden has rolled back the protections put in place under the Trump administration.

It turns out if you stop building the wall and offer amnesty, more people cross the border.

One smuggler allegedly posted a picture of a family wearing masks and holding luggage, with the message, “Make your dream a reality in the United States. We are here to help you.”


“The journey is safe and reliable and the price is $4,500 leaving from Monterrey to San Antonio, Texas,” it adds.

Just how much more of this can the United States take?