US Commander Says Multiple Foreign Attempts to Break Into US Bases

Admiral Daryl Caudle, commander of US Fleet Forces, has issued a warning to the American people, saying that there has been an increase in the number of foreign nationals trying to get access to US military installations nationwide. These intrusion attempts occur at least two or three times weekly.

Joe Biden and the Democrat Party’s coordinated strategy to let millions of undocumented immigrants into the country are to blame.

Foreign nationals are increasingly infiltrating our military sites, according to Admiral Daryl Caudle during an interview. At least twice a week, we have this situation where we need to stop these individuals at the gate. 

The United States military and affiliated locations were the target of at least 100 attempted intrusions by Chinese nationals in in 2023.

To get easier access, they often pose as DoorDash drivers who accidentally end up on or near classified government locations. Alternatively, they may claim to be students or express a desire to visit the ships. We turn them away. In most cases, we enlist the help of NCIS, and biometrics are used wherever feasible.

Passports are often in their possession. They possess documentation, but they are absolutely not permitted to be on any base. There is no way to determine the true motivation behind these people’s actions. They hail from all over the world, including Russia and China. The attempts have been increasing.

Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-Wisconsin) also made statements about dangerous illegal migrants. He claimed that not only are Iranian and Russian interests engaged, but so are Middle Eastern terrorist organizations.

The Republican from Wisconsin said that the surge in espionage efforts coincides with the unprecedented influx of non-Hispanic illegal migrants entering the United States from Mexico.

About 25,000 Chinese nationals have been apprehended by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) since October.

Officials apprehended a Chinese citizen after he refused to leave the Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms, a remote military training station in the California desert, which he had penetrated in March. Officials from the Border Patrol said that the person had broken the law by entering the United States.