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These are the specific NGOs helping illegal aliens cross the border
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These are the specific NGOs helping illegal aliens cross the border

Illegal immigrants are flooding across the Southern border, but they can’t do it without some help — and it’s not just from the cartels.

Non-governmental organizations like OIM, Red Cross, UNICEF, HIAS, the European Union, Doctors Without Borders, UNHCR, and the Norwegian Refugee Council are offering migrants aid and instructions on how to get into the United States.

The migrants have been receiving maps with specific routes that detail how to make it safely to the U.S.-Mexico border.

“Why is Norway showing people how to sneak into the U.S. illegally?” Pat Gray asks, shocked. “They’re all working against us, that’s great.”

While the Biden administration is doing close to nothing to secure the border and stop NGO’s from encouraging illegals to cross it, Texas Rep. Chip Roy is trying to cut off all federal funding to these NGOs.

HR 2 is the bill that would accomplish this and is aptly titled the Secure the Border Act.

The bill would also eliminate the controversial “catch and release” practice that releases undocumented immigrants in the U.S. while they await a hearing.

Keith Malinak can’t believe it’s gotten to this point.

“This is what is so pathetic about our country,” he says.

“The borders weren’t on lockdown before sunset on 9/11, 2001,” he continues, “And so when you get attacked like we were, and you don’t take measures, it continues to be exploited to more and more organized degrees, and here we are.”

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