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Kids, including brothers and sisters in detention camps have been engaged in sexual activity, according to report. The sexual activity is happening in the hopelessly overcrowded McAllen, Texas Detention Center. You might be wondering who is watching these kids in order for so much sex to be going on, particularly when it comes to incest. It’s not like they really have any privacy. Someone should be seeing something.

According to InfoWars host Owen Shroyer, “An anonymous source from inside a big illegal immigration facility is telling us that the children are engaging in sexual acts with one another, and brothers and sisters are engaging in sexual acts with one another. And, children are basically masturbating and doing sexual acts, which of course is a phenomenon, very odd that this would be going on. Not normal behavior, unless of course, they’re being subjected to molestation and rape and other sexual things on the journey.”

“Now, we know that that is going on, but now it’s just happening blatantly, rampantly, and the people inside the facilities have to separate these kids because they are reenacting what’s been done to them on the trip with their brothers and sisters,” Shroyer said. “I mean, this is so diabolical. This is so heartbreaking that this is going on.”

“We still don’t even know if these children are with their parents or who they’re with. And they’re getting put into hotels with these people. So, who knows what could be happening to those kids. A woman goes in with three kids, she comes out with one. Would anybody even know? Would anybody even ask a question?”

According to Axios report, The Biden administration has awarded an $86 million contract for hotel rooms near the border to hold around 1,200 migrant family members who cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

It’s a sign of growing numbers of migrant families trying to come to the U.S. — in addition to already overwhelming numbers of kids crossing the border without their parents or legal guardians. Both trends appear to be straining government resources.

Immigration agencies have used hotels in the past — as recently as last year for unaccompanied minors who the Trump administration was quickly expelling under an emergency public health order.

It’s unclear whether the unaccompanied minors are being placed with caregivers who are their family, traffickers, or cartel, Shroyer cautions.

The small break-off facility in McAllen, Texas, one of the dozens near the border, is now expanding, doubling in size.

The Biden administration has been pressuring the Mexican government to increase its own immigration enforcement, to help slow the number of Central Americans making their way through the country to the U.S.-Mexico border, the New York Times and Washington Post have reported.

The only force that can stop the invasion is the American People.

Sources: axios.com, davidharrisjr.com

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4 Responses

  1. Lisa

    come on man…tell us what is happening at the border…what are you hiding, biden? are you planning to put back in place Trump’s policies? you are so pathetic

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  2. Donald Nicholas

    They’re not migrants! As soon as they cross the border they’re illegals. If they aren’t from Mexico, they can’t be refugees because a refugee is supposed to declare that in the 1st country they enter. Of course old Joe doesn’t know that.

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  3. neo

    86 million to house 1200 migrants….err… that’s 71,666.66 per family….makes our 1400 per person look like a crumb….BUT hey the taxpayer’s are footing all the bills anyway….even the crumbs….why not take the money from their retirement funds to see how dedicated they really are.

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