Shock video: Watch illegals from Africa fleeing Ebola-stricken Congo who made it across the Rio Grande river a week ago arrive at a city-owned shelter in San Antonio and then being distributed by bus and van to undisclosed locations across The United States.
The Congolese are not being screened by Border Patrol, are given temporary asylum and are being dropped off in major cities in this country.
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Normally migrants that come in have host families or destinations, but with the Congolese, this is not the case.
Most have no host families yet, so they are given bus tickets to other cities.
There has been a news blackout on the Ebola threat. Meanwhile, the border is collapsing and there is no telling how many people from Ebola-stricken countries are entering the U.S.
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Infowars spoke with residents of and visitors to San Antonio, Texas who were very concerned.
Infowars reporters watched a migrant shelter over a short period of time as Africans literally vanished into America after being sent off in buses.
There will be one more video covering the tour of the shelter in San Antonio and how African migrants did not have host families but were being sent off anyway.
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