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Weapons of Mass Migration | NEW Documentary

Weapons of Mass MigrationWeapons of Mass Migration | NEW Documentary

Over 7.2 million illegal immigrants have entered the United States since President Joe Biden came into office. This record border crisis is not organic, behind it are official policies, heavy financing, and agreements between the U.S. government and the United Nations.

The world is watching different pieces of this unfold, with video of groups of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States, not trying to evade border patrol, but rather waiting to be arrested. What is being left out of the discussion is: Why?

This Epoch Original Documentary “Weapons of Mass Migration” exposes how the United States and United Nations work hand-in-hand to facilitate mass migration, which is being weaponized to destroy America.


Directed and hosted by Joshua Philipp, senior investigative reporter and host of EpochTV’s “Crossroads,” he sets out to investigate what is really taking place behind the border crisis and why is it being carried out.

The investigative journey takes him deep into the jungles of Panama, into the migrant camps in the mouth of the infamous Darien Gap, which is known as one of the most dangerous places in the world, through United Nations facilities, and alongside the programs being used to process and facilitate mass migration at the U.S.-Mexico border. Get ready for never-before-seen footage that reveals how the border crisis is manufactured and highly organized.

As the border crisis gets worse by the day, it is not just impacting local communities and towns near the border, but also communities far away. Immigration is the top issue that Americans are concerned about [1]. This documentary is part of the “America at a Crossroads with Joshua Philipp” investigative docu-series into the most important issues of the 2024 election.

Note: [1] “Immigration Surges to Top of Most Important Problem List”, Gallup poll February 2024.
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