Feds Drop Two Planefuls of Illegal Aliens in El Paso, Texas


It’s bad enough that the federal government turns a blind eye to the influx of illegal immigrants flooding our borders and deliberately flouting our laws. Now they’re taking it even further: not only are they ignoring the blatant law-breaking and playing catch-and-release with illegals, the federal government now is the one breaking the law, actually flying illegal immigrants into the United States themselves.

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Two planes carrying undocumented families apprehended in South Texas arrived in El Paso Saturday, officials said.

Ramiro Cordero, spokesman for the Border Patrol El Paso sector, said two flights carrying 130 people landed in El Paso.

He said the immigrants would be processed at different locations in the El Paso sector.

Monsignor Arturo Bañuelas, pastor of St. Pius X Parish in El Paso, said the immigrants arrived in the morning.

One immigrant passed through El Paso on a bus from Phoenix.

While average Americans would surely be outraged by this if they knew about it — the media is helpfully keeping quiet about it — the average Democrat will be thrilled. It doesn’t matter to them if illegal immigrants or anyone else are breaking the law. As long as they vote Democrats in office, that’s all that matters… and flying in planeloads of illegals guarantees millions of future welfare-dependent Democrat voters in the United States.

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