This non-human illegal alien has invaded the United States and working class Americans are being left to deal with the consequences

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Joe Biden opened the border up to record-breaking numbers of illegal aliens.

Now, this non-human illegal alien has invaded the United States.

And working class Americans are being left to deal with the consequences.

Former President, Ronald Reagan, once famously said that, “A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.”

Borders help the citizens of sovereign nations to protect themselves from foreign enemies, terrorists, or other potential bad actors.

Of course, America might as well not even have a border under President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies.

More than seven million illegal aliens have entered the United States during Biden’s three years in office.

But, borders do more than prohibit certain illegal immigration.

Borders also help keep dangerous, non-native plants and animals from harming the ecosystem.

But with so many exports coming in each day, it’s impossible to stop all non-native animals and plants from entering the United States.

“Non-native species are those which have been introduced to an area where they do not naturally occur,” the University of Florida reported. “These introductions may be accidental, such as inadvertent transport through cargo or escapes from captivity, or intentional, such as releases of unwanted pets or introductions of a new species to control pests.”

In Florida, more than 500 species of non-native plants and animals have been introduced in the Sunshine State, including five different species of monkeys.

The population of the rhesus macaque monkey has been exploding in Florida since its introduction to the state in the 1930s.

And residents in central Florida are terrified by the number of rhesus monkeys spotted in the past few weeks.

“There has been some monkeying around in one central Florida county, causing people to capture the rare occurrences on camera and call the police,” MSN reported.

Resident Aime Krug spotted a monkey while driving home from work.

“This monkey went across the road, and I had to do a double take because I didn’t think that it was actually a monkey,” Krug told FOX 35.

Resident Maxel Miranda did a double take when he saw a monkey casually strolling down the road.

“I was picking up my daughter at school, and then I saw [what] I thought was a cat,” he said. “When I got closer, I saw it was a monkey.”

The species of monkeys are usually found in Asia and Africa.

The good news is that they aren’t considered to be physically dangerous to humans.

But the bad news is that they can carry serious diseases that can be transmitted to humans.

A bite or a scratch from a rhesus monkey can infect a human with herpes B virus, which leads to severe brain damage, or even, death.

It’s illegal to feed the monkeys, and residents are instructed to call the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) if they see one.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.