EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Tour The Ecological Damage From Mass Migration On Texas Border River

EAGLE PASS, Texas — The Texas bank of the Rio Grande is littered with growing mounds of discarded garbage left behind by the thousands of migrants entering the United States. Breitbart Texas retraced the path taken by nearly 500 migrants each day.

On Wednesday, Breitbart Texas posted at the river’s edge and navigated the narrow tunnel-like trails through dense Carrizo cane. The cane, an invasive giant reed, lines the Rio Grande making the first 100 yards of the trail difficult to move through. Discarded clothing, plastics, shoes, hygiene items, medicines, and identity documents are left behind every step of the trail.


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