Texas Immigration Center a Magnet for Disease

Border Patrol union says poor medical screening risks new virus outbreak.
National Review Online
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Immigration Impact
Border Patrol official says he’s concerned the medical screening at the Border Patrol Station in McAllen, Texas, has grown so porous that a new superbug will make its way into the United States through the station.

Six Facts You Should Know about Obama's Flood of Illegal Aliens

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
National News
Here are six facts you need to know about what President Obama fraudulently calls the unaccompanied minors "urgent humanitarian crisis."

'Wave of humanity': Border Patrol overwhelmed by flow of illegal immigrants

Fox News
Monday, June 16, 2014
National News

At daybreak in this border town, two women from Guatemala – one with a small child strapped to her back – wait patiently on the levee overlooking the Rio Grande.

Video: Camp of the Saints on the Rio Grande

The border situation is chaos on steroids, with thousands of unaccompanied kids and families streaming in from Central America, where they heard on television that kids are guaranteed amnesty tickets.

In the video clip below, documentary filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch warns that the invasion is only beginning:

Border Crisis and Disease Spark Serious Public Health Concerns

Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Immigration Impact

As thousands of abandoned children from Central and South American are overwhelming Border Patrol, health concerns are growing.

Hundreds more youth surge across border, overwhelming U.S. officials

The Los Angeles Times
Sunday, June 8, 2014
National News

At least 1,000 unaccompanied children who crossed illegally into the United States through Texas are being taken to a makeshift emergency shelter in Arizona ...

Obama's amnesty for 200,000 kids sneaking across our porous border

Promises of amnesty are drawing unaccompanied illegal alien minors into the United States. They appear to have been sent for by their illegal alien parents in the United States, or sent north by parents or relatives in Mexico and Central America.


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