Homeland Security Caught Red Handed in Arizona Catch and Release Migrant Dropoff
The Arizona conservative activist group, Patriot Movement AZ says the despicable Obama-era immigration policy known as “Catch and Release,” is still happening under the administration of Donald Trump. And they have the video and a fender bender to prove it.
A Department of Homeland Security charter bus collided with a car driven by an Arizona citizen journalist who was documenting a caught in the act incident of “Catch and Release,” DHS drop off of migrants at a Phoenix, Arizona church. The fender bender captured on tape by members of the group, Patriot Movement AZ, adds verifiable paper trail documentation proving that the much criticized practice of catch and release of illegal immigrants is still happening at America’s southern border, even under the administration of President Donald Trump.
The lengthy video, featured on the Patriot Movement AZ facebook page shows the arrival of multiple Department of Homeland Security buses filled with illegal immigrants who then disembark at Alpha and Omega Disciples of Christ Church in Phoenix. Patriot journalists narrating the video can be heard describing how migrants are housed at the church facility for a few days, without ankle monitors or tracking devices and are then allowed to walk away from the church in search of their new life in America.
The video, dated January 2, 2019 comes amid the heat of the government shutdown debate over President Trump’s promised border wall and Democrat and moderate Republican opposition advocating open borders policies and the use of unfettered illegal immigration to import a permanent Democrat majority of socially dependent populations to permanently shift the political balance of power in the United States.
A study by the Federation For American Immigration Reform (FAIR) estimates illegal immigration costs taxpayers $116-billion annually. President Donald Trump himself has cited that annual cost for healthcare, food stamps, Welfare, cash assistance, law enforcement, immigration enforcement and related social services at $236-billion, even as social critics and political opponents bemoan the $5-billion cost for Trump’s southern border wall, calling the project an expensive boondoggle.
Known officially as volunteer agencies, or VOLAG’s, church and charity organizations providing support services and facilitative community outreach for illegal and refugee resettlement populations are compensated via lucrative state and federal contracts for their help in covering up the influx of illegal and migrant populations into the United States. Lutheran and Catholic social outreach organizations are among the largest VOLAG’s in the country, profiting in the hundreds of millions of dollars for their immigration resettlement services.