Illegal Immigrants Begin to Walk the Other Way as Deportations Begin After Some Complained About Lack of Taxpayer-Funded Free Food

We have been well documenting the most recent illegal immigrant crisis at the U.S. southern border. Following along with Bill Melugin’s journalism from Del Rio, Texas, almost 15,000 had gathered under a bride. Many on Twitter had begun to not so jokingly say it was a new city called Bidentown.

The town of Del Rio only has a population of just over 30,000 itself. U.S. House Rep Ilhan Omar (D-MN) demanded that all 15,000 illegal immigrants be allowed to automatically and permanently stay in the country. Many in Del Rio protested the disaster, as we reported here.

Yesterday, Melugin spoke with one illegal immigrant, who said he was worried about being deported and complained that after being in the nation illegally just a few hours, there was not yet enough free taxpayer-funded food being delivered to him by the government of the United States.

“Just spoke to this Haitian man at the international bridge in Del Rio. He told me he left Haiti in 2016 and has been living in Chile. He said not enough food is being provided & asked me when more is coming. Some men have asked if they’re going to be deported. @FoxNews

Now, we are being told that the United States is in fact deported many, but not all of the 15,000, as we reported about here previously. Some families will be processed and allowed to stay, at least temporarily though. As many illegal immigrant men without families are being deported first, many are turning around and walking back because they’d rather be in central America where they were holed up in the first place, than be sent back to Haiti.

#BREAKING: Migrants under Del Rio’s International Bridge have started crossing back to Mexico to avoid deportation.”

Melugin reported on the planes sending many back to Haiti most likely:

“NEW: Per source, single adult male illegal immigrants are being loaded onto a U.S. Coast Guard aircraft at Del Rio airport, likely for repatriation. Not all migrants will be sent back. Many family units will be processed & released into US w/ a future court date. (NTA)”

Melugin reported a little earlier today on the scene under the bridge where almost 15,000 had gathered. The border patrol has stopped much of the in-migration over the weekend with help from the Texas State Police.

Stay tuned to Media Right News for more updates.

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