A whistleblower at the southern border explains in detail how COVID infected illegal aliens are entering the U.S.
Montana Congressman Matt Rosendale has joined two other elected officials in hopes of thwarting COVID-positive immigrants from crossing the Southern Border into the United States.
Jim Jordan (House Committee on the Judiciary) and Tom McClintock (House Committee on the Judiciary, Subcommittee on Immigration and Citizenship) have signed documents with Rosendale concerning these unacceptable measures. Both gentlemen are ranking members of Judiciary Committees.
They sent letters to both the United States Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, as well as to Michael Smith, Executive Director of the Holding Institute Community Center.
In the letters, they recount how in the last month nearly 200,000 illegal immigrants have been stopped at the border; the highest in 20 years. According to a well-placed whistleblower, it is alleged that “when ICE cannot accept the aliens for detention, the aliens are bused to a nongovernmental organization (NGO) that helps the aliens on their way into the interior of the country” and that with so many people testing positive “that the sheer volume of illegal aliens and the tight timeline for resettlement made proper quarantining impossible.”
As such they are requesting more information from these two men, particularly on how many COVID tested people are coming in, and how many are being released into the states “as-is.’ They write in part:
“At a time when the Biden-Harris Administration is spreading confusion and fear about COVID-19, the Department of Homeland Security has left our southern border wide open for hundreds of thousands of aliens who are unvaccinated and potentially Covid-19 positive. To allow the Committee to understand how the Administration is enforcing public health and safety across the border, please provide the following information.
1. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases of aliens in the custody of CBP since January 20, 2021, broken down by month;
2. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases of aliens in the custody of ICE since January 20, 2021, broken down by month; and
3. The total number of positive COVID-19 cases of aliens encountered by CBP on the southern border and who tested positive after being turned over to a nongovernmental organization since January 20, 2021.
Click the following documents to enlarge and read the letters.
Rosendale, Jordan, and McClintock are asking heavy-hitting questions and demanding solid answers by August 16th, 2021.
Once again, Rosendale is in the business of protecting the people of Montana to the utmost of his abilities and for which we are most grateful.