Pope Francis Donates $500K to Help Illegal Aliens Reach America

The border crisis is so much worse than you think. The sheer number of illegal crossings long ago filled all of our processing facilities. Asylum seekers who are waiting to be processed are being dumped into American border towns with absolutely nothing. American communities are being charged with providing housing, clothing, food and everything else they need just to keep these people from dying in the streets.

As you can imagine, crime has accompanied this mess hand in hand. In every border town where the illegals are being dumped, theft and violence are on the rise. Despite that, these communities are doing amazing humanitarian effort to keep children from starving. It’s no wonder the self-proclaimed sanctuary cities are fighting so hard to keep these immigrants out.

The most disturbing part of the whole thing is the human trafficking. In April alone, more than 3,000 children were trafficked across the border with complete strangers. This is the true nature of this border crisis, and our broken system is partly to blame.

Still, most of the blame lies with foreign powers. It’s the failures in Guatemala and throughout Central America that created this situation. The failures of Mexico allow the caravans to cross countless miles to reach our border. To top of all that, a foreign pope is donating money he shouldn’t have to help the caravans make it into our country. He’s actively supporting an invasion of the United States. See for yourself.


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