Texas Rep Uncovers Secret Operation by Nonprofits Moving Migrants Across U.S.

A Texas lawmaker has uncovered a secret operation that moves migrants across the United States. Among the locations the migrants are being left in are “abandoned hotels” reports Fox News. Additionally, migrants were reportedly given packets of information on how to get past TSA and enroll children in schools.

Speaking to “Fox & Friends” Monday morning, Representative Lance Gooden (R-TX) announced he had uncovered the secret operation being run by nonprofits from a whistleblower from San Diego who contacted him with the details.

Once Gooden was approached by the whistleblower, he flew to San Diego “and discovered that abandoned hotels in the California city were being utilized as shelters for the migrants. Some of the locations he mentioned included SeaWorld, The Four Points by Sheraton and a Ramada Inn.”

Gooden told Fox News, “I managed to get in the gates, I demanded entry once and was refused. I talked a guard into letting me in on another occasion and when I was in there I saw busses pulling up, probably about 100 migrants over an hour got off of these busses.”

Gooden said that upon arrival the migrants were “welcomed by people with open arms” before being processed, tested for COVID and then handed information packets.

“This packet is what I received from the whistleblower a few weeks ago,” said Gooden. “And these packets detail how to go to the airport, how to get past TSA without any identification, how to enroll your children in schools and assimilate in whatever community you desire to go in.”

Gooden also said he spoke to TSA about the packets and was informed that migrants sometimes show up with “very convincing letters” and in some cases are let on the airplane before anyone else. One armed security officer reportedly told Gooden that migrants are often already on the plane when he boards early to tell the pilot of his presence.

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