New CBP Insider provides never-before-seen footage of the conditions illegal immigrants are facing under the Anzalduas International Bridge in McAllen, Texas.
Migrants of all ages can be seen lying on dirt in tight quarters – with only space blankets provided for warmth.
This story comes on the heels of Project Veritas’ exclusive images from a detention facility in Donna, Texas -- which eerily mirrors the conditions at the Anzalduas International Bridge.
[McAllen, Texas – Apr. 1, 2021] Project Veritas released a new video today showing migrants being held under the Anzalduas International Bridge, by Border Patrol agents.
A Brave Insider felt compelled to record and send never-before-seen footage to Project Veritas, in an effort to illustrate the inhumane conditions illegal immigrants -- many of them minors – face while in custody.
The area under the bridge was converted into a makeshift processing center for Customs and Border Patrol (CBP), due to the overflow of normal detention facilities near the Southern Border.
In the clip, dozens of migrants are seen sleeping on dirt with nothing but a space blanket and the clothes on their backs.
On March 22, Veritas released a similar video near McAllen, Texas – where countless migrants were placed in plastic pods and given the same-style space blankets, while being squeezed into tight quarters.
These corrosive conditions continue to create instability at the Southern Border; however, the Biden Administration has consistently responded to the issue by denying a crisis exists.
If you witness corruption, fraud or waste at the Southern Border – or within other institutions of government, send an encrypted message to Project Veritas’ Signal: 914-653-3110.
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