Texas police: COVID-infected illegal migrants staying in local hotels


The government just told you to put a mask back on but they're letting COVID-infected illegal immigrants run rampant throughout the country.

According to police in Texas, local hotels are being used to house migrants after testing positive for the coronavirus.

Authorities in South Texas said Tuesday they've learned that illegal immigrants who have possibly tested positive for COVID-19 were being released from federal custody to a Catholic charity, which booked hotel rooms for them without notifying local officials.
The La Joya Police Department said a patrol officer was waved down Monday by someone concerned about a group that appeared to be sick at a Whataburger fast food restaurant. The officer found a family inside who were coughing and sneezing and not adhering to health guidelines, including the wearing of masks, authorities said during a news conference.
A manager told the officer they wanted the people to leave the establishment because they were making everyone inside "uneasy." When the officer approached the migrants, they said they had tested positive for the coronavirus and had been apprehended by Border Patrol agents several days prior before being released.

According to the local police chief, authorities had no idea these infected migrants were staying in the area.

"We did not know this," he said. "No one told the city of La Joya. No one told the police department that these people were here and no one told us that these people were possibly ill."
The migrants told the officer they were staying at the nearby Texas Inn & Suites. The hotel manager told authorities that the Catholic Charities of The Rio Grande Valley had booked rooms in the hotel to house undocumented immigrants detained by Border Patrol.
"We have an understanding based on what was told to us that the hotel in totality has already been rented out," Casas said. "The information we have is that everyone that is staying in that hotel is COVID-19 positive because it's being rented out for them."
At the hotel, officers observed 20 to 30 people outside not wearing masks, the police department said in a social media post. The wearing of masks is not mandated but those exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms should wear one, Casas said.
He said the department cannot stop any of the migrants from leaving the hotel and moving on to another destination in the United States.

As if that wasn't crazy enough, over 40,000 migrants were just released by the Biden administration and none of them are showing up for their ICE-appointments or court dates.

And you probably already know: most of these people are unvaccinated.

Again, we repeat, the government is threatening to put us back into lockdown and they're bringing back mask mandates but while simultaneously important COVID-infected migrants from all over the country.

After the Biden administration just started releasing apprehended illegal immigrants without an official notice-to-appear in court, just 13% are reporting to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) office as instructed.
Of the 50,000 migrants given 'catch-and-release' treatment according to Axios, this means that roughly 43,500 illegal immigrants are roaming around the United States.
And as the New York Post's Betsy McCaughey noted earlier this month - over 80% of migrants (over 30,000 in this case) are unvaccinated.
So the obvious question - how many people has Biden killed thanks to his catch-and-release border policy?
By the numbers: Just 6,700 migrants who crossed between mid-March and mid-July showed up at ICE offices as of Monday, one source briefed on Department of Homeland Security data told Axios.
16,000 have not showed up and passed the 60-day reporting window they were given. That's 2.4 no-shows for every one that has checked in.
Another roughly 27,000 migrants who crossed and were released during the same time frame have yet to turn up, but remain within the 60-day window for reporting. One DHS official emphasized that nearly 70% of migrants are within the 60-day window or have reported to ICE.
Meanwhile migrants continue to be released. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) told Axios that as of Monday, 7,300 migrants in the Rio Grande Valley sector had been released during the past week without court dates.
Cuellar said the total number of migrants released since March was up to 55,000.
Over 20,000 illegal immigrants were arrested in the Rio Grande Valley in just one week, according to a Sunday tweet by the chief Border Patrol agent for that sector - a sign of the continued surge in illegal migration.

Yesterday the Biden administration instructed millions of (vaccinated) Americans to put their masks back on. They're threatening to close businesses and opening the borders to COVID infected illegals.

This was never about "slowing the spread" or "listening to the science."

They just want to control you.

Biden Administration Continues To Grapple With Situation At Border

Photo: Getty Images North America

ROMA, TX - APRIL 22: Asylum-seeking migrants' families disembark from an inflatable raft after crossing the Rio Grande river into the United States from Mexico on April 22, 2021 in Roma, Texas. A surge of mostly Central American immigrants crossing into the United States, including record numbers of children, has challenged U.S. immigration agencies along the U.S. southern border. (Photo by Go Nakamura/Getty Images)


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