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Al Sharpton Uses Strong Language to Describe Migrant Situation

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Al Sharpton, known for his social justice activism, referred to the influx of illegal migrants as an “invasion,” a term typically avoided by the Left.

During an interview with Senator Chris Murphy, Sharpton highlighted the public outrage over the migrant situation, questioning the lack of action and urging public pressure on senators.

“What is being done to get the public to really rise up in various states to say to their senators that they want to see the borders — the border issue resolved?” Sharpton asked.

“I mean, you’re getting migrants beating up policemen in the streets of New York,” Sharpton said. “You are seeing an influx of migrants all over the country that, frankly, have people outraged.”

He also criticized the allocation of funds to Gaza and Israel while the border issue persists.

“At the end of the day, senators have to deal with their voters,” Sharpton said.

“And at the same, in the bill you give money to Gaza, to civilians in Gaza, and Israel,” he said. “But the border, I mean, we’re looking every day at the invasion of migrants, and they are playing a time game with politics on this?”

The discussion comes as cities like New York City, Chicago, and Denver struggle with the arrival of hundreds of thousands of illegal migrants.

Sharpton’s use of the term “invasion” drew attention, particularly from figures on the Right, signaling the gravity of the situation.

“This is an invasion. This is like a military invasion,” Trump said. “Drugs, criminals, gang members and terrorists are pouring into our country at record levels. We’ve never seen anything like it. They’re taking over our cities.”

“When Al Sharpton says, we have a problem on our southern border with an ‘invasion of migrants,’ you know things have really gotten serious,” former Trump advisor Roger Stone wrote on X.

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