Concerns Rise as Unidentified Groups of Chinese Men Continue to Cross the US Border

A reporter recently shared new video evidence that purports to show hundreds of Chinese soldiers in their military service leaving Panama and traveling to the border of the United States.

Anthony Rubin, the creator of, said on Fox & Friends First that multiple times daily, groups of men line up and board buses to continue their excursions.

Rubin claims that because they cannot travel straight, these people are using this route to enter the country. They board a plane and land in a South American nation before traveling through a jungle to Panama and finally moving to the United States.

Hidden Faces

The groups turning up at the Darien Gap on the border between Panama and Colombia, according to Rubin, are a legitimate cause for alarm. Many of the individuals he shot, in his opinion, “do not wish to have their faces on camera.”

He noted that these individuals might be foreigners traveling to the United States for illicit purposes or persons who are concerned about reprisals from the Communist Chinese Party.

Rubin emphasized this may subject the people to the Communist Chinese Party after they get to the US.

Chinese people have entered the United States from Mexico at an unprecedented rate this year, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

According to federal data, under 2,000 Chinese people crossed the border in the fiscal year 2022, while 4,300 contacts already occurred in the first few months of the fiscal year 2023.

According to the Wall Street Journal, 2,200 Chinese migrants passed through the Darien Gap between January and March of this year, compared to 71 during the previous period.

Security Concerns

Rubin stated his worry about America’s national security, due to the influx of immigrants from more than 100 nations. Rubin remarked that although many migrants are looking for a better life, his visit to the Darien Gap left him with doubts.

In 2021, there were 1.7 million interactions with migrants under the Biden administration. In 2022, there were 2.3 million encounters.

In 2023, more are anticipated. Rubin believes permitting all of these individuals to cross the border is extremely risky and that something has to be done about it.

This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.