Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

Hidden video: Border agents facilitating illegal entry says union VP

A hidden video shows the conditions that overworked agents along the U.S.-Mexico border have resorted to in order to meet the demand of thousands of illegal immigrants surging across the Rio Grande River.

U.S. Border Patrol agent Sal De Leon looks for tracks of undocumented immigrants in thick brush near the U.S.-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas.
U.S. Border Patrol agent Sal De Leon looks for tracks of undocumented immigrants in thick brush near the U.S.-Mexico border in McAllen, Texas.
Photo by John Moore/Getty Images

“Obama needs to understand that people who live in the (Rio Grande) Valley are a special sort of people and he’s not going to shut us up,” a South Texas Border Patrol Agent told the Examiner this morning. “We’ve been told not to speak to reporters, but everyone needs to know how serious this is.”


“We are processing hundreds of undocumented immigrants with various diseases that are so bad some of our agents are getting sick,” the agent said earlier this week. “We are not sure what the federal government thinks they are up to, or what their intention is, but these diseases could spread across the country.”

Under the condition of anonymity, said that although publicly the Department of Homeland Security may not admit it, the agents “are becoming increasingly concerned as more of us are contacting these diseases.”

A never ending stream of human trafficking is “draining us in ways we’ve never seen about it,” he said. “It’s making us sick and we are making our families and friends sick. Who is going to help us?”

“We all know Obama’s immigration policies and the Homeland Security leaders are to blame,” the agent said. “Our union members are very frustrated, damn angry that we are overworked and not being given what we need to even begin to do the job right.”

“It make us feel used and demeans us,” the Border agent stated. “We all are working under the conditions of not being able to do even half of what we are actually meant to do because we are stifled with all this Washington crap paperwork that keeps us from protecting the border for our country.”

This agent’s opinion closely matches Border Patrol Agent Chris Cabrera, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council’s Local 3077 who told The Blaze this week that “agents are extremely frustrated by the fact that these people are getting released.”

“We’re facilitating the illegal entry into the United States,” Cabrera continued. “It’s like we’ve become part of the smuggling process.”


Since October, about 50,000 unaccompanied children have entered the United States and some projections indicate it will peak up to 90,000 this year and possibly 140,000 in 2015.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson told reporters in Washington last week that the number of minors entering the U.S. in eight months is about double the number of the preceding 12 months.

“I’m hopeful that they will wake up and listen to the American people before it’s too late,” the agent said. “We know that many of them are criminals but we don’t have the time or resources to do anything about it.”

“What worries us most, and no one is talking about it, is that they (immigrants) are being transported to other destinations and being released,” the agent continued. “It’s not funny, but it’s a joke to tell them they have to report back in 15 days. Who seriously believes they are going to turn themselves back in?”

Vice President of the National Border Patrol Council Shawn Moran told Brietbart Texas that our border agents are in a reactive mode against “changing trends in illegal immigration and drug smuggling” because drug cartels are in power and control.

Before the crisis, the Obama Administration cut the pay and hours of Border Patrol agents who are “working in horrible conditions,” Moran told Breitbart. “Since the CPB started reducing the hours agents can work, we have seen an overall increase in smuggling and illegal alien crossing.”

Moran also revealed that the drug carts are knowledgeable of law enforcement's “limitations and our weak points and they are taking full advantage of them.”

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer is up in arms about the Obama Administrations reaction and policy to send immigrant children from Texas into her state which has an overwhelmed system due to a lack of federal response.

Brewer’s communication chief, Andrew Wilder puts the blame for the border invasion square on President Obama and his administration.

"As word continues to grow throughout other countries that America's borders are open, if you get to our border you will be welcomed, we expect the influx that is already a crisis level ... will continue,'' Wilder stated. "If this administration would put half the effort into securing the border that it has put into this operation of transporting illegal aliens to Arizona, and other states possibly, then this crisis wouldn't exist.''

“Besides the diseases, we (the agents) are having a serious breakout of (parasite) scabies,” the Border Patrol Agent added.

Data ranges from 7.5% to over 30% of incoming immigrants are testing positive for a Class A or Class B medical conditions according to the US Census Bureau and other reporting agencies.

Like this article? Click SUBSCRIBE above for free email notification when Jack Dennis posts a similar one.

Report this ad