"Hundreds Of Congolese Asylum-Seekers" - The Camp of the Saints Comes to San Antonio

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Steve Sailer
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10 June 2019
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National News
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From channel KENS 5 in San Antonio:

“When we called Border Patrol to confirm, they said yea another 2-300 from the Congo and Angola will be coming to San Antonio,'” Dr. Collen Bridger said....

They told Migrant Resource Center workers, they traveled with a group of about 350 migrants through Ecuador to the southern border....

On Wednesday alone the migrant center saw a total of 450 people, Spanish and French speaking, during the day and housed 375 of them at Travis Park Church at night....

“The plan was 350 of them would travel from San Antonio to Portland [Maine]. When we reached out to Portland Maine they said, ‘Please don’t send us any more. We’re already stretched way beyond our capacity,” Bridger said....


Why the hell would our government send illegal aliens to Portland, Maine? Why would the illegal aliens not be turned back at the border?

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