After illegal aliens from Central America are captured after traveling 1,500 miles to reach the United States, the federal government is shipping them over 3,000 miles across the country to various shelters before finally releasing them onto the streets.
In one typical example, two teenagers from Honduras travelled roughly 1,500 miles to McAllen, Texas, before being caught by U.S. officials, who then placed them on taxpayer-funded flights from Texas to Arizona, Arizona to Oklahoma and then back to Arizona, a trip twice the distance of their original journey to America.
“Finally, after three flights, numerous van rides to and from shelters and approximately three weeks and thousands of miles, the girls were released from federal custody,” reported Manuel Roig-Franzia with the Washington Post. “They are living with their parents in Phoenix and awaiting a court appearance to determine whether they can remain in the United States.”
But 90% of them never show up to their court appearance and are rarely – if ever – prosecuted for failure to appear, meaning that the American taxpayer is essentially paying for the travel expenses of illegal aliens settling in the U.S. as part of the de facto amnesty program enacted by the Obama administration.
“Even if they did show up to their court date, what we’re going to start seeing is what we call the ‘anchor babies’ because these court dates are being set from what I understand so far down the road that these people are going to come here, settle in, some of them are going to have children, and those citizens are now United States citizens,” Stu Harris of the National Border Patrol Council Local 1929 told Infowars. “How is a judge going to deport these people if they have a United States citizen as a child?”
And this surge of illegal immigrants “will continue to be something of a magnitude unlike anything we have ever seen,” according to Justice Department official Lauren Alder Reid who spoke to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
It is also interesting to note that these illegals are flying far more frequently than the majority of Americans paying for their trips.
“More than 85 percent of the public flies infrequently if at all,” reported Dalia Sussman with ABC News. “More than seven in 10 can be described as infrequent fliers, flying once or twice a year or less; and 14 percent have never flown.”
“Another 14 percent fly at least once every few months.”