A Republican lawmaker in Texas has uncovered a rather disturbing secret operation being run by nonprofits in which they are moving illegals throughout the country and providing them with a packet on how to navigate and assimilate into the country.
Rep. Lance Gooden said Monday that he has uncovered a secret operation during an appearance on “Fox & Friends” Monday.
Gooden said that he was contacted by a whistleblower from San Diego who provided him with details on the kind of information the nonprofit groups were providing to the migrants.
The Texas representative subsequently hopped on a plane and discovered that abandoned hotels in the California city were being utilized as shelters for the migrants. Some of the locations he mentioned included The Four Points by Sheraton [San Diego], a Wyndham and a Ramada Inn.
“We followed the bus into the gates and proceeded to watch it unload 50 or so immigrants and it looked like they all had a potato sack or a grapefruit bag full of possessions, clothing items, etc.,” he said. “They were taken for COVID testing and separated, and we were told they would spend a night or two there before they would be taken to various destinations across the U.S.”
Gooden said that upon arrival the migrants were “welcomed by people with open arms” before being processed, tested for COVID and then handed packets.
“They are saying where they want to go and these private groups – I don’t know where they are getting their funding – these private groups are buying them plane tickets and giving them a package of information about what to do when they get to the airport, how to get past [Transportation Security Administration] without ID, what to say and then how to enroll their children in schools when they get to where they are going.”
“These buses come over and over throughout the day to these various hotels that say they are closed for construction, when they are very much open and they’re just closed to the public,” he said.
“This packet is what I received from the whistleblower a few weeks ago,” said Gooden referring to the packet given to the migrants. “And these packets detail how to go to the airport, how to get past TSA without any identification, how to enroll your children in schools and assimilate in whatever community you desire to go in.”
The Texas lawmaker said he spoke to TSA about the packets and it informed him that migrants sometimes show up with “very convincing letters” and in some cases are let on the airplane before anyone else.
An armed security officer reportedly told Gooden that migrants are often already on the plane when he boards early to tell the pilot of his presence.
Gooden continued, revealing that the non-profits playing the biggest roles in this massive smuggling scheme were the Catholic charities of San Diego and the Jewish Family Association, nonprofits with prominent donors – including AT&T, Bank of America and the federal government.
Author: Jackson Sprinter