For the billionth weekend straight, boatloads of black and brown colonizers washed up on beaches across the state. Federal authorities said they responded to 16 different migrant landings this weekend in Florida.
Among the landings was a sailboat carrying 330 Haitians that got stuck off the coast of Key Largo on Saturday, near a gated community called Ocean Reef. There’s been several migrant landings in this exact spot just in the past few weeks. 113 of the Haitians who jumped overboard made it to shore. Chief Patrol Agent Walter N. Slosar, head of the Border Patrol’s Miami sector said agents are working to keep the migrants “safe, clean, fed and healthy.”
CBP also took hundreds of Cubans into custody this weekend. On Friday, a boat coming from Cuba capsized off Sugarloaf Key. Two of the migrants died, five went missing, and the rest were “rescued.”
Since October, Border Patrol has stopped 3,739 Cubans and 6,534 Haitians trying to reach South Florida. Many remain here. Many are never “stopped” to begin with. While we may never know the real numbers, one only needs to walk outside and look around to see that we are being replaced, and fast.