Federally Funded Non-Profits Are Running Illegal Immigrant Processing Centers in Nice Hotels, Helping Migrants Avoid Arrest

The Biden administration has deputized non-profit groups to move illegal migrants across the nation, allowing the charities to put them up in nice hotels and give them instructions on how to avoid capture.

Rep. Lance Gooden (R-Texas) said Monday that a whistleblower told him about an ongoing operation in San Diego, and decided to go there to see for himself what is going on.

“What I found were nonprofits that were running secretive closed-down hotels, the four point Sheraton Sea World, a Wyndham, a Ramada Inn,” he revealed on Fox and Friends. Gooden said that he witnessed buses unloading about 100 illegal immigrants in about an hour at one hotel, and they were welcomed by the charity “with open arms.”

Once the migrants are processed, and tested for COVID, Gooden said they are each given a packet, which detail how they can get past the TSA at the airport without any identification, as well as how to enroll their children in American schools.

“It’s encouraging illegal immigration!” Gooden declared.

Currently, over a thousand migrants are pushing their way through Mexican toward the U.S. border, and a second caravan of thousands of migrants is being organized.

Gooden said  he has spoken with TSA agents at the airport, and they told him that illegal immigrants show up with no identification, but official-looking letters that allow them to board the planes before everyone else—including armed federal agents.

Gooden told the Fox hosts that the two big charities running this operation are Catholic Charities, and the Jewish Family Association.

The congressman noted that both charities receive funding from deep-pocketed private individuals and big corporations like AT&T, Bank of America, and Wells-Fargo, and are working with the state of California.

Fox and Friends host Steve Doocy added that the federal government also funds these charities to help them bring in more illegal immigrants into the United States.

Gooden reiterated that allowing migrants with no identification to board planes before federal agents is  reckless and dangerous.

“What if there’s a terrorist among them. That terrorist is sitting on the plane and knows who that federal agent is because he’s visited with the pilot and said, ‘hey, I’m on board and I’m armed,'” the Texas congressman said. “There are so many opportunities for disaster with the policy.”

Gooden said one of the biggest disasters is the “encouragement that is being sent across the world to come to our southern border—especially California—and enter this nation.” He added that they are allowed to go anywhere they want, “and we have no record of who is coming and where they’re going. ”

Upon taking office, the Biden Regime immediately removed all of the successful border security policies that the Trump administration had put into place.

Adding some addition enticement, the administration is reportedly considering paying $450,000 to illegal immigrants who were separated from their children during the Trump years. As of October 31, at least 160,000 1llegal immigrants had reportedly been released into U.S. since March.

“It’s a disgrace,” Gooden said.



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About Debra Heine

Debra Heine is a conservative Catholic mom of six and longtime political pundit. She has written for several conservative news websites over the years, including Breitbart and PJ Media.

Photo: A father and child leave an intake and processing office at a migrant shelter run by Catholic charities in San Diego, California on November 9, 2021, a day after the nearly 2,000 mile US-Mexico border reopened after 20 months of Covid-19 shutdown. (Photo by Frederic J. BROWN / AFP) (Photo by FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images)