Turkish illegal immigrant says he paid $10,000 to cartel to enter US after legal application rejected

He appeared shocked at the fact that there had been "no security check, no background check."

Jarryd Jaeger Vancouver, BC

An illegal immigrant from Turkey has admitted that he paid a cartel $10,000 to help him cross the border from Mexico into the United States. 

Despite benefiting from the Biden administration's open-border policies himself, he warned Americans that it was far too easy for anyone to simply walk into the country unvetted. 

"Did you have to pay a cartel?" Fox News' Bill Melugin asked, to which the unidentified Turk replied, "Yes." 

When asked how much the criminal organization had charged, he said "around $10,000." 

"In fact, American people is right," the man explained, saying it was "completely true" that it has become impossible to properly vet everyone who crosses the border illegally. 

He pointed out that while he was a "good" person, others may be "killers, psychopaths," or something else, and that there was "no guarantee" that such people weren't coming into the country. 

He appeared shocked at the fact that there was "no security check, no background check," noting that he was worried about who might be crossing around him. 

"Incredible that all these Turkish men have $10,000 cash on hand each to pay smugglers, which is a large amount of money in America let alone Turkey, but they can't just go through the legal process to apply for a US visa in their home country?" Florida political aide Christina Pushaw asked in response to Melugin's video. "I assume they did, but they were rejected, or they just decided it's easier to come in illegally under Biden’s open border regime." 

Melugin confirmed that "that's exactly what they did," noting that the Turk told him he was "rejected for visa multiple times so just decided to walk across illegally and was stunned at how easy it was." 
Reportedly over 7 million illegal immigrants have crossed into the US under Biden, with more and more coming from countries outside North America. 

In an incident just recently, two Jordanian immigrants, one who had crossed illegally and one who overstayed a visa, attempted to breach the Quantico military base in Virginia. There have been other illegal immigrants who have taken similar actions to get to military bases.  

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