California Church Gives 'Travel Cash' To Illegal Aliens, Sends Them East
FONTANA -- 46 illegal aliens were temporarily sheltered at St. Joseph's Catholic Church on Thursday, where they waited to be driven to bus stations after being released at around 6:45 p.m.
Although the immigrants' final travel destinations could not be confirmed, San Bernardino Diocese spokesman John Andrews told Breitbart News that the church provided "travel cash" to those headed on long journeys east toward New York or New Jersey.
Andrews also said the church was helping the illegal immigrants--32 children and 14 women--buy bus tickets, and helping them navigate the complex bus transportation system.
"The Catholic Church welcomed us," an immigrant named Bianca told CBS Los Angeles. "We are here, we are okay."
Meanwhile, protesters in Murrieta, who succeeded in turning around three rounds of buses of illegal aliens bound for the local Border Patrol station, waited all day for a new round of buses to come, but they never showed up. Border Patrol had announced on Wednesday afternoon that a flight carrying another 140 illegal aliens to San Diego scheduled for Thursday had been cancelled, as well as all future flights, although those same flights had resumed after being cancelled in the past.
One of the organizers of the Murrieta protests, Diana Serafin, told Breitbart News that protesters would remain outside the Border Patrol station for as long as necessary.
"We can't let our guard down now," she said.