Reports indicate that migrant-smuggling influencers are all over platforms like YouTube and TikTok where they offer illegal entry into the United States for $10,000 per person or even more.
The New York Post learned that slickly produced TikTok videos advertising these services are all over the platform with "coyotes," as they call them, producing high-quality promotional videos in which they are seen escorting illegal aliens across rivers and through the desert into America.
Many of the ads show happy, smiling "customers" once they arrive in so-called "stash houses," which are set up for them once they cross the border. One would think this type of illegal activity would get flagged and removed from the tech platforms, but reports suggest that Silicon Valley is thrilled to host such content.
With the simple click of a button, any person can log onto social media and receive an instant quote for slipping an illegal immigrant into the U.S., much like how you would receive an instant quote for insurance, a rental car, or moving services.
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One such channel on YouTube is called "Soy Xulen," who goes by the handle of #ELINMIGRANTEAVENTURERO, which translates into English as "the migrant adventurer." According to Xulen, the price of illegal entry using his escort service varies depending on the country from which a migrant comes.
As of his writing, Xulen's footage has collected nearly 13 million views. Much of it shows smugglers dressed in camouflage relocating illegal aliens across America's southern border.
In one of Xulen's videos, border crossers with backpacks can be seen trudging along a dusty desert road followed by what appears to be a large family crammed in the back of a vehicle.
Another clip, filmed in Juarez, shows the location of Border Patrol officers so as to avoid them as migrants are seen traveling via a raft across the Rio Grande, a river that separates Texas from Mexico and serves as the international boundary between the two countries.
Video footage shot in Texas' Big Bend region also shows smugglers pulling inflatable rafts packed with migrants across the water using a safety line. Once in their "stash house," the illegals are given fresh clothing by the smugglers.
Xulen's videos are subtle in that they claim to simply be "documenting the migrant experience." Truth be told, however, Xulen's is offering a service that aids and abets criminal activity by ushering illegals across the southern border.
"How about My people!" reads a blurb on Xulen's YouTube channel, which right now has about 55,000 subscribers. "I like to share moments captured on camera at the precise moment."
"The simple reason is to share life and everything that we Latinos (legal, undocumented) and Americans have in the USA, so my dear friends, I hope it is to your liking."
Xulen was contacted by the Post for a quote, to which he said it costs $10,460 per illegal smuggled across the border.
"For people who have that desire to know more about it ... Here you find ADVENTURES OF AN IMMIGRANT," he explains. "And the different ways of living in Usa."
Conveniently, Xulen's page avoids any mention of the risks involved with human smuggling, instead choosing to make it look like a fun adventure.
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