Canadian Border Town Worries About ‘Confrontations’ After Influx Of ‘Asylum Seekers’

A municipal authority in Manitoba, Canada is concerned about the influx of dozens of “asylum seekers” who showed up to border town of Emerson Sunday morning.

“I’m scared, the bigger the numbers — if we don’t have enough officials, someone is going to slip through the crack because there’s so many people to process,” Reeve Greg Janzen, a municipal authority, told CBC News.

The illegal refugees are crossing over form North Dakota and are being processed at the remote prairie town with minimal investigation by Canada Border Service Agency officials.

Janzen said the small town of 671 residents — portrayed by the Canadian media as mostly supportive of the illegals — has become restive because of the increasing numbers and the frequency of the border violations.