May 12, 2019
The border is so overwhelmed that the government is now using aircraft to move goblins from one overwhelmed spot to a less overwhelmed spot just to start processing them.
Overcrowding at Border Patrol stations in South Texas has become so acute in recent days that U.S. authorities have taken the rare step of using aircraft to relocate migrants to other areas of the border simply to begin processing them, according to three Homeland Security officials.
The first flight left McAllen, Tex., on Friday, transferring detainees to Border Patrol facilities in Del Rio, Tex. There are daily flights scheduled for the next several days, with two planned for Tuesday, according to officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe the operations.
The flights are conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but the detainees remain in the custody of Border Patrol, officials said. Though ICE routinely uses aircraft to move detainees among its detention facilities, it is very unusual for Border Patrol to fly recent arrivals from one part of the border to another to perform routine booking procedures.
One official said the U.S. government has resorted to using aircraft because all available buses were already in use and authorities needed every available transportation option.
The number of people taken into custody along the Mexico border has exceeded 5,500 each day for several days in a row, and Border Patrol currently has more than 17,500 people in holding cells and tent sites set up in parking lots outside stations, officials said. That is a 30 percent increase from late March, when authorities said border agents and infrastructure had hit the “breaking point.”
Border Patrol will use the flights to transfer some of those adults to Del Rio, where facilities are less overcrowded, instead of having to conduct releases, officials said. Each flight costs $16,000 and can transport about 135 adults.
The trend so far is to respond to the increase in goblins coming in with an increase in spending trying to “process” them, which has proven to be useless because there is no way to track them down to deport them if they skip their asylum hearings.
Now these goblins are getting free plane rides.
This is absolutely unacceptable. Someone should tell Greta Thunberg about this so she can use her teenage wisdom to force pro-immigration climate change cultists to riot against the use of planes for goblin transportation.
Goblins are even getting dropped at private bus stations.
Is there no end to global warming?
Because Las Cruces immigrant shelters are under strain, the city and county had asked Border Patrol officials to pause drop-offs of asylum-seeking migrants.
But instead, the U.S. Border Patrol dropped off more than 100 asylum seekers Friday morning at a bus station on Amador Avenue run by El Paso-Los Angeles Limousine Express Inc., a regional bus company.
In all, more than 100 migrants — in two separate groups — were dropped off by federal authorities on Friday morning at the regional bus service’s station, 555 S. Valley Drive.
The asylees, legally present in the United States while their cases are in progress, move on to stay with family members or sponsors. Staying with a host family or other sponsor is a requirement of the asylum process. Once their paperwork is accepted, applicants are scheduled for immigration hearings.
Goblins and the US government’s handling of goblins have both proven to be inductive of climate change. It’s apocalyptic.
People should know that goblins are accelerating the coming of the Climate Apocalypse.
We have to join together with our ancient trees and defend ourselves from Isengard’s insatiable hunger.