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Editor’s note: We originally reported that buses are taking migrants to red states in the U.S. and implied it could have been politically motivated when they are just being taken “throughout the nation’s interior.” As noted by Politifact, migrants must become permanent residents for at least three or five years before they become eligible for citizenship, which is required in order to vote. We have updated our story and headline to reflect accurate information. We regret the error.
The Biden administration’s border crisis is getting worse by the day.
According to a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies, the Biden administration is bussing immigrants apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border to different states in America.
CIS reports that the administration is busing many of these illegals from Texas, Arizona, and California into America’s heartland.
“Where are the buses going?” the CIS rhetorically asked.
“They often drop their Haitian, Venezuelan, and Cuban passengers in Florida and New Jersey. Those from Nicaragua and other Central American nations have been delivered to Tennessee, Massachusetts, Indiana, Michigan, North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, and to large cities in Texas such as Dallas and Houston,” the report added.
Below is a video on the report and what is happening:
An explosive report last week revealed children detained in an overcrowded government-run tent facility at the US-Mexico border say they haven’t been able to shower for days or contact their parents.
Some children get to shower about once a week and sometimes soap runs out, with only shampoo available, she said. One child told Welch she hadn’t showered in six days.
In fact, Democrats in New York are working on creating a fund that would give some illegal aliens and ex-convicts more than $20,000 apiece in direct payments related to the coronavirus pandemic.
New York Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office is reportedly in talks with state lawmakers to create something called the Excluded Workers Fund, which would offer direct payments to “undocumented immigrants and formerly incarcerated individuals” who missed out on work opportunities amid the pandemic.
“Right now discussions are around eligibility and access,” Democratic state Sen. Jessica Ramos told the outlet.
Just to be even clearer, Politico directly reports: “New York’s proposal would provide some recipients with more than $27,000.”
Some illegal immigrants and ex-convicts could see an immediate payment of $20,700, with an additional $6,600 coming later.