The African migrants who were dumped in San Antonio recently were also seen holding wads of $100 bills.
No wonder why tens of thousands of Africans are on their way to the US!
A freelance journalist in Central America and a Mississippi-based nurse who has worked for years in Panama both told the Center for Immigration Studies that “a surge is currently underway the likes of which neither has ever seen.”
We have no idea who these migrants are. We have no idea what type of diseases they are carrying or if they are dangerous terrorists.
Like the proverbial “bulge in the belly of the snake,” unusually high numbers of non-Latino migrants, obviously not from Central America, are now reportedly passing from Colombia through Panama on their way to the U.S. southern border. Their numbers range to the tens of thousands, whose vanguards we have already seen at the U.S. Southwest Border in recent months: Cameroonians, Ghanaians, Congolese, Haitians, Cubans, and some from the Middle East.
Word of their successful entries into the United States this year clearly reached home countries because now a swell numbering as many as 35,000 is on an infamous migrant passage through which migrants have long funneled from South America to North America: the Darien Gap.
I am told this by two eye-witnesses who have just returned from the Colombia-Panama region on either side of the Gap. One of them is Panama-based author and freelance journalist Chuck Holton, who just visited the Colombian side in the frontier border town of Turbo, which is notorious as a migrant staging area for U.S.-bound migrantsto be smuggled through the Darien Gap passage into Panama. The other source is Diane Edrington, a Mississippi-based nurse practitioner who has worked for years as a Panama Missions volunteer and who just returned from camps I visited in December on the Panama side of the Darien Gap.
Last week two groups of African migrants from Ebola-stricken Congo were seen rafting into Mexico from Guatemala:
According to reports, the African migrants have already dispersed across the US and now tens of thousands are on their way.
You can read the full report by Center for Immigration Studies by clicking here.
Illegal Aliens From Africa and Haiti Among Those Crossing Rio Grande
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The illegal aliens crossing our southern border are not just Mexicans and Central Americans, but include groups from Haiti and Africa.
A news item posted on the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) website on June 27 stated that on June 22, agents assigned to the Del Rio Station arrested a group of 105 people shortly after they made an illegal entry by crossing the Rio Grande River.
During processing, agents determined that the group consisted of about 82 Haitians as well as a number of South American and African nationals.
On June 24, Del Rio agents arrested another group of 205 people shortly after they made an illegal entry into the United States. That group consisted of about 122 Haitian nationals, and also included nationals from South American and African countries.
“Del Rio Sector Border Patrol agents have apprehended people from over 45 countries around the world,” the report quoted Del Rio Sector Chief Patrol Agent Raul L. Ortiz. “Our agents, along with the assistance of our DHS partners, continue to meet each new challenge as the ongoing humanitarian crisis evolves.”
A June 4 report in The New American noted that three days earlier, CBP agents assigned to the Border Patrol station at Eagle Pass, Texas, apprehended a group of 37 illegal immigrants from Central Africa and also quoted Ortiz “We are continuing to see a rise in apprehensions of immigrants from countries not normally encountered in our area,” said Ortiz. “Groups of family units from around the world are traveling thousands of miles just to enter the United States illegally to exploit our immigration laws.”
The 37 migrants were from the Republic of the Congo and the Democratic Republic of the Congo, two countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. They were arrested after they illegally entered the United States by crossing the Rio Grande River.
None of these reports explained how these migrants, who presumably are impoverished, managed to travel across the Atlantic Ocean to Central America or Mexico and then make their way to the U.S. border.
In an article on June 10, we reported that an ISIS defector told U.S.-based researchers that he was invited by ISIS to infiltrate U.S. borders in order to launch what he described as “financial attacks” against the United States. When the interviewers asked him about the ISIS plot, he explained, “They were going to move me to the Mexican side [of the U.S. southern border] via Puerto Rico. This was mastermind[ed] by a guy in America.”
One wonders if extremist organizations based in Africa are also transporting migrants from that continent to places south of the U.S. border.
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VIDEO: Ocasio-Cortez Accuses Border Patrol of Telling Illegal Immigrant Women to Drink from Toilets (VIDEO)
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez toured the illegal migrant holding facility in El Paso, Texas on Monday.
Ocasio-Cortez reportedly SCREAMED at Federal Law Enforcement Agents “in a threatening manner.”
When she left the facility Socialist Rep.
Ocasio-Cortez told reporters, “No women should ever be separated from their children.” She also accused border officials of forcing women to drink from a toilet.
This is a new low for this radical freshman socialist.
— Jonathan M. Katz✍? (@KatzOnEarth) July 1, 2019
Conservative NYT columnist called 'white nationalist' after blasting 2020 Dems for pro-illegal immigrant policies
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A conservative columnist for the New York Times is under fire from progressives over an op-ed slamming the 2020 Democratic candidates for embracing pro-illegal immigrant policies, with one critic going so far as to call him a "white nationalist.
In a scathing piece published on Friday, Bret Stephens argued that voters see Democrats as the "party that makes too many Americans feel like strangers in their own country" and that "puts more of its faith and invests most of its efforts" in illegal immigrants instead of American citizens.
"They speak Spanish. We don’t. They are not U.S. citizens or legal residents. We are. They broke the rules to get into this country. We didn’t. They pay few or no taxes. We already pay most of those taxes. They willingly got themselves into debt. We’re asked to write it off," Stephens elaborated. "They don’t pay the premiums for private health insurance. We’re supposed to give up ours in exchange for some V.A.-type nightmare. They didn’t start enterprises that create employment and drive innovation. We’re expected to join the candidates in demonizing the job-creators, breaking up their businesses and taxing them to the hilt."
The Never-Trump conservative opinion writer specifically called out the ten candidates on Thursday's debate who all raised their hands vowing that their healthcare plans would cover illegal immigrants in the U.S. as well as the candidates who favored the decriminalization of border crossings on Wednesday's debate. Stephens mocked Spanish-speaking candidates Beto O'Rourke and Cory Booker as "pandering" "gringos." He also expressed fiscal concerns over the Democrats who call for Medicare-For-All, free college education, and eliminating student debt.
"The Democratic Party we saw this week did even less to appeal beyond its base than the president. And at least his message is that he’s on their — make that our — side," Stephens concluded.
His column sparked a firestorm of criticism on social media. Broadcast journalist Soledad O'Brien ripped Stephens as a "full on bigot." Former CNN host Reza Aslan tweeted that the NYT columnist "jumped out of the white nationalist closet."
Stephens was also called out by one of his own colleagues, NYT contributing op-ed writer Wajahat Ali.
"Some of us work very hard to try to become columnists at prestigious papers. Some of us, especially women & people of color, are very talented, don't put out racist content or write about the 'disease of the Arab mind' but we'll never get the chance. Then there's Bret Stephens..." Ali wrote. "I for one appreciate Bret Stephens piece on 'ordinary' Americans. He says out loud all their fears and 'economic' anxieties that people of color have called out forever. No subtlety. Now I hope our white allies will stop calling us crazy and angry and hysterical."
Stephens responded to his critics on Twitter, saying O'Brien and Aslan "unwittingly demonstrate a style of moral bullying and progressive demagoguery that turns people off and plays into Trump's hands."
"In case you missed my last 1000 columns or so, I want nothing more than for Trump to lose," Stephen wrote. "But right now I'd bet he's going to win because the left is driving away the voters Democrats need to win."
The New York Times did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
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