Border Patrol to Release 500 Illegal Immigrants Into the US Every Week
Here’s a question: what’s the point of having borders if we aren’t going to actually keep people out? Evidently, we aren’t just letting them break our laws anymore — no, we’re actually helping illegal immigrants enter the United States, and at taxpayer expense, too.
The National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) revealed to Breitbart Texas that the San Diego Sector of the U.S. Border Patrol is making plans to receive, process, and then release 500 illegal aliens into the U.S. per week who were shipped in from Texas, specifically from the Rio Grande Valley Border Patrol Sector.
The specifics of how the illegal aliens are transported in unclear at this time, however, recently some have been flown at the tax-payers expense and some have been transported on buses.
“The Murrieta Border Patrol Station of the San Diego Sector is not equipped to handle that type of influx of illegal aliens, both in terms of manpower and infrastructure,” said Shawn Moran, Vice President of the NBPC, in an exclusive interview with Breitbart Texas. The station is generally utilized as Border Patrol station, not a processing center.
“Once processed, the illegal aliens will be given a court date and paperwork telling them when to report back,” said Moran. He acknowledged that most never do. Moran elaborated, “They will be released into a city that has no services to assist them, no shelters for them, or even a bus station.”
Moran told Breitbart Texas, “According to information we have received, no one in the Border Patrol is even going to notify the City of Murrieta about this plan or the influx of illegal aliens they will receive.”
Americans should be outraged that such a thing is allowed to happen. At this point, why even bother having legal immigration anymore? And for that matter, the law-abiding people who immigrate to the United States through legal channels should be especially angry and insulted — this is perhaps the biggest slap in the face to them.
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