So many illegal immigrants are swarming across the southern border that the federal government is now running a full time transportation service to take the aliens from the border to immigration centers throughout the southwest where they are often released without consequence.
The Associated Press reports that a “fleet of Border Patrol vans” and “government buses” now “spend each night idling on a Texas roadside, awaiting the latest arrivals.”
Tens of thousands of children, sometimes with a parent but often times alone, are illegally entering the US and then immediately turning themselves in to border patrol agents who, the aliens are told, will eventually release them and allow them to continue to their destination.
The AP reports that this is exactly what is happening.
“For parents with young children,” Christopher Sherman writes, “that has largely been true because the U.S. has only one long-term family detention facility, in Pennsylvania, and it’s full. Most parents are handed notices to appear at the immigration office closest to their destination and dropped off at bus stations across the Southwest.”
As to unaccompanied children, they are “transferred to custody of the Health and Human Services Department, which tries to reunite them with family members in the U.S.”
All illegal immigrants have to do is get here and the Obama administration is releasing them without consequence into the United States. It has become so well known that the Obama administration will do nothing to migrants that they now “walk up to agents, wave to their remote cameras or simply wait to be picked up on the side of a road” by US authorities.
Meanwhile, the onslaught of illegal aliens is bringing into the country diseases and sicknesses that Americans don’t generally see. These would-be immigrants are suffering from widespread cases of lice, bed bugs, strep, and even scabies.
According to news reports, about 10-15 percent of apprehended illegal immigrants have scabies.
Breitbart learned that many of the facilities these illegal aliens are sent to, such as those in the Rio Grande Valley sector in Texas, don’t have any resources to screen for or treat diseases.
Worse, as the administration transports thousands of illegal immigrants to facilities throughout the US, after which many are released into the heart of the nation, fears that the general population will contract these diseases grows.
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