Skip to comments.Group Of Illegal Aliens From Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka Caught Entering Texas From Mexico
Posted on 07/28/2014 2:13:14 PM PDT by jimbo123
A single group of illegal aliens entering Texas from Mexico over the weekend included foreign nationals from Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, according to the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC). The group crossed into the Rio Grande Valley sector from Tamaulipas, Mexico.
One group of our agents apprehended individuals from Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka, said Albert Spratte, a spokesman for Local 3307 of the NBPC. Everyone in this group was an adult male. They entered on Saturday, July 26, 2014. Our agents apprehended them, they did not turn themselves in. They were trying to sneak in.
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And how did they get into Mexico? Who else is coming across? Does anyone care?
. Our agents apprehended them, they did not turn themselves in. They were trying to sneak in.
More convenience stores.
I’m surprised Ubama didn’t send Air Farce One for them.
This crap is way out of control. I can’t believe that this is happening to our country. Oh wait, yes I can. I forgot who was occcupying the WH.
Don’t worry people, terrorists will not come over. Obama has assured us. Nothing to see here.
I wonder what it could possibly be?
Well, hell, why not? The whole world might as well come here seeing all the free sh*t we give to invaders. Why should Latinos get it all?
All you have to do is remind yourself we have an Islamic enemy agent in the White house. Everything he does then makes absolute sense. I am the same way, I tell myself I can’t believe what is happening, then I remember “Oh yes, we have an Islamic enemy agent as President.”
Let me guess, all claimed to be 17 years old.
That just cracked me up.
The sad thing is, nobody seems to care. They are so wrapped up in their own world.
The photo on the right is the group heading for MA. Good luck, Liberal Democrats.
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