Alex Jones Stands In Front Of Vehicle To Rescue Migrant Kids Put In Luggage Compartment

Radio host Alex Jones was documenting the border crisis with his crew in McAllen, Texas and witnessed a man from a organization putting a group of young migrant children in the luggage compartment of the back of the vehicle.

The video of Alex Jones is gaining a lot of attention and according to Info Wars, they said, “Buses were recorded taking children from the dirt floor child camp under the International Bridge in McAllen to a processing camp in Donna TX. Then moved to a COVID processing center in downtown McAllen from there, they are processed at a Christian Charity, where they are given bus or airplane tickets and moved to the airport or bus station.”

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Jones took the charge with his crew to stand in front of the vehicle to prevent it from leaving until police arrive and an investigative journalist was also on scene with Jones wanting the police to intervene.

Police arrived to the scene to have the man identify himself and ended up removing the children from the back of the vehicle to take them back inside the building. The man claimed the children’s mother was with them.

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Hernandez wrote, “MCALLEN TX: Upon my arrival to a Catholic Charity assisting migrants, (Catholic Charities RGV) I discovered one of their “staff” stuffing children into the back seat of a car without any seats, seatbelts or car seats. The man refused to identify himself. This has gone too far.”

The organization comes up as Catholic Charities of the Rio Grande Valley and they’ve claimed to have ‘assisted’ over 23,000 individuals who have illegally come into the United States.

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