Around or under, illegal aliens are finding ways to bypass the porous border wall.

New video tweeted by the White House shows Customs and Border Protection agents waiting as a large group of migrants tunneled under an old portion of a border barrier and didn’t appear to even attempt avoiding capture.


It happened on Tuesday and there were 38 individuals apprehended by Yuma, Arizona agents.

The video shows men digging with a shovel under the wall and attempting to get through. They were undeterred by and agent shining a flashlight on them in the midst of their crime.

The group just waits as they all flow under the barrier.

This comes as a large group of migrants simply walked around a portion of border wall that just ends in the Arizona desert.

“Video of a large group of 134 Central Americans walking around the end of the border wall in Sasabe on Tuesday,” CBP Arizona posted to Twitter Wednesday. “The group immediately surrendered to @CBP #USBP agents. Eight people in the group were hospitalized.”

In December, a group of illegals was injured after the dropped over the wall.

Video released by Customs and Patrol Patrol shows two teenage illegals climb over the wall in Arizona, drop down, and sustain injuries.

“Six illegal aliens from Guatemala illegally crossed into the United States east of the San Luis Port of Entry by scaling over the border wall,” according to CBP.

“The 14-year-old, who was traveling with her mother, fell off the wall and sustained a serious back injury. The unaccompanied 17-year-old girl attempted to cross immediately afterward and fell off the wall resulting in an ankle injury.”

The video shows them dropping, crawling and laying on the ground.

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Trained Border Patrol agents “arrived with a backboard and assisted EMS with stabilizing the two subjects,” according to the agency.

“The 14-year-old was taken to Yuma Regional Medical Center where she was transferred to a Phoenix hospital via helicopter. The 17-year-old was treated for her injuries at Yuma Regional Medical Center and was later released.”

A week earlier, illegals dropped small children over the wall in the same sector.

“The group of six from Guatemala was a family unit, including three children: a 2-year-old, a 7-year- old, and a 10-year-old. All surrendered to U.S. Border Patrol agents who arrived on scene. One child suffered a facial injury, and was treated by agents. All were taken into custody,” the Border Patrol said in a release.

The person seen dropping the children retreated into Mexico.

The portion of the border wall has been “selected and funded for replacement,” according to the agency.