In a recent incident captured on video, a U.S. National Guard soldier deployed to the Texas border by the Biden administration was seen opening a border barrier gate, allowing a large group of migrants to enter.

However, officials clarified that this soldier was not a member of the Texas National Guard deployed by Governor Greg Abbott.

The video, shared on Twitter by Fox LA reporter Bill Melugin, shows a female soldier unlocking a gate in a border fence near Eagle Pass, Texas.

The footage is dated May 15, shortly after the termination of the CDC Title-42 migrant expulsion protocol.

The gate in question is part of a border fence believed to have been constructed in Texas along the Rio Grande.

As the soldier steps back, the gate swings open, and a sizable group of migrants starts to enter.

According to information provided by Texas National Guard officials to Melugin, the soldier involved in the incident is a member of the Missouri National Guard, deployed under Title 10 to support Border Patrol agents at the behest of the Biden administration.

Notably, she is not among the soldiers deployed as part of Operation Lone Star.

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Another video showcases the migrants lining up to undergo processing by Border Patrol agents, with a CBP (Customs and Border Protection) bus nearby, ready to transport them to an Eagle Pass processing facility.

According to a law enforcement report obtained by Breitbart Texas, on May 15 alone, agents from the Del Rio Sector apprehended 650 migrants. The group depicted in the video likely constitutes a significant portion of these apprehensions.

Across the entire southwest border with Mexico, agents apprehended over 4,800 migrants who crossed between ports of entry. This marks the fifth consecutive week of declining apprehensions following the conclusion of the Title 42 program.