This article has been republished from June 18, 2014 following a report from the New York Daily News which found that passengers arriving at JFK Airport were allowed to exit the hub without Customs processing.
Infowars.com Exclusive: U.S. Customs and Border Patrol is purchasing bus tickets and vouchers for illegal immigrants in order to ship them deeper into the country at taxpayers’ expense, according to a McAllen, Texas city official.
As we reported yesterday, establishment church groups are chauffeuring illegal aliens from a bus station in McAllen, Texas to temporary shelters before releasing them onto the streets.
But now it’s revealed that the U.S. government is also purposely harboring illegal aliens within the U.S. while passing the costs to American taxpayers.
“What happened today in particular is that the Border Patrol dropped off what they call detainees but obviously they’re not detained when they drop them off,”McAllen, Texas City Attorney Kevin Pagan said in an interview with Infowars. “Normally they have tickets or arraigned transportation to go somewhere in the interior [of the U.S.].”
“Today, apparently, for some logistics reasons, some of them hadn’t had transportation arraigned or their transportation is tomorrow, and we’re having to find places to shelter them for tonight, so we’ve accessed some resources that we have to shelter them here tonight.”
Infowars reporter Jakari Jackson also asked Pagan why the Border Patrol is bringing them to the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in McAllen.
“They’re not bringing them here, they’re bringing them to our bus terminals because that’s where the Border Patrol understands that they have transportation to go to the interior,” he stated. “So they’re dropping them off and it’s our understanding that they were dropped off with tickets or with vouchers for tickets, but it turns out that some of them tonight didn’t have their tickets or their vouchers for tickets, or like I said their buses are tomorrow, so they have no where to stay.”
“Our bus terminal – by ours I mean the City of McAllen – is not a 24/7 operation so we got to put them up somewhere else.”