Source: Dan Lyman
Border Patrol releasing massive number of illegals into U.S.
Border Patrol is releasing busloads of illegals aliens at a gas station in Del Rio, Texas, according to reports.
Buses contracted by the federal government are dumping migrants two times per day at the fuel stop, where many later board Greyhound buses to San Antonio with the help of ‘charity’ workers.Get back in the game, jump on our major sale at the store now!
Most of the migrants are allegedly ‘families’ who have been camped near the Del Rio-Acuna International Bridge on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande in recent weeks.
“On-site support assists migrants on buses from the Val Verde Border Humanitarian Coalition. Two volunteers were present at the Stripes gas station Wednesday evening,” reported Anna Giaritelli for the Washington Examiner.
“The Greyhound bus pulled in at 5:35 p.m., and a white boarded-up school bus pulled in several minutes later with detainees onboard — moments away from being out of federal custody. Just over a dozen people stepped off the white bus and walked across the lot to board the commercial vehicle.”
Federal officials hopes to empty the Del Rio encampment by Friday night, sources have told the Examiner, as scenes of over 15,000 illegal aliens squatting on U.S. soil in dire conditions have created bad “optics” for the Biden administration.
However, reports indicate the vast majority of illegals who have arrived in Del Rio are not being deported but instead let loose in the U.S.
“As of Thursday morning, fewer than 4,000 noncitizens remained under the bridge. Roughly 3,000 to 5,000 of the 15,000 have been deported or are expected to be expelled. The remaining 10,000 to 12,000 people will be released into the country and permitted to travel nationwide, according to two top officials at different DHS agencies that handle border and immigration matters,” Giaritelli reported on Thursday.
Interestingly, many of the illegals arriving in the Del Rio area are not being screened for COVID or other diseases before release.