Not Just Florida: Border Patrol To Fly Thousands Of Illegal Migrants To San Diego | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Not Just Florida: Border Patrol To Fly Thousands Of Illegal Migrants To San Diego

Now, we learn that San Diego will receive hundreds of migrant families from South Texas for processing, as the agency struggles to keep up with large numbers of Central Americans who have flooded into the country. The agency said that it was also considering distributing apprehended border-crossers to Detroit, Miami and Buffalo, New York, according to the Globe and Mail.

Flights from Texas' Rio Grande Valley to San Diego were slated to begin on Friday - continuing three times a week indefinitely. Each flight will carry 120 - 135 people, according to the Border Patrol's interim San Diego sector chief, Douglas Harrison. Conservatively, that means at least 1,440 migrants per month, or 17,280 annually.

"We don’t have an end date," said Harrison. "This is a contingency operation. We’ve got to give the people in Rio Grande Valley some relief."

Plans to fly from Rio Grande Valley to Detroit, Miami and Buffalo were preliminary, Harrison said. Authorities were researching available airports and the ability for non-profit groups to provide temporary assistance.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Why are we unable to stop these people at the Mexican border?!?

And who is going, please, to be paying for their educations; their health care; and their housing.?!?

Well, take a good look in the mirror, my friends, because it will be We the People, saddled with these costs.

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