Just recently, Breitbart News, which is a well known conservative news outlet, published a report written by Bob Price, an editor and contributor to the outlet, asserting that border patrol agents in Texas allegedly detained an unidentified illegal alien from Honduras, who claimed to be traveling with his 17-year-old daughter.
According to this sole source, while the supposed family was being processed, an alarming secret about the illegal alien’s daughter, who was also unidentified, allegedly ended up being exposed.
Specifically, Price stated in his unverified report that the woman purportedly admitted to the agents, who were with the Rio Grande Valley Sector Border Patrol, that the two of them had originally lied to them about their relationship and clarified that she was actually the man’s 18-year-old “friend.”
In his report, Price stated that shortly after being detained, the man allegedly handed the border patrol agents a fake birth certificate in an attempt to prove that they were related. The agents then reportedly examined the birth certificate and questioned the unidentified female.
Eventually, the woman allegedly revealed that the man she was with wasn’t actually her father, according to Price’s sole report. She also allegedly confessed to the agents that the birth certificate that they had been provided was fraudulent. After doing so, she then reportedly told them their real name and date of birth.
As a consequence, they both may now face federal charges for allegedly making false statements in addition to the supposed immigration violations that they purportedly committed.
Before concluding his report, Price pointed out that such dishonesty is not terribly surprising.
“Border Patrol officials told Breitbart Texas in previous interviews that illegal immigrants will frequently make false claims about relationships to circumvent the process,” explained Price.
“It has been reported that cartel-connected human smugglers will pair unaccompanied minors with males who are traveling alone so they may attempt to claim family unit status,” he continued, adding, “this contributes to the lengthy process of reuniting families who have been separated at the border.”
Although there currently isn’t much more information about the two illegal aliens, it’s likely that they will ultimately be deported back to Honduras to ensure that they don’t end up harming any American citizens, which is something that is unfortunately not really unheard of.
For example, a couple of weeks ago, law enforcement officials in San Francisco arrested Orlando Vilchez Lazo, a 36-year-old illegal immigrant originally from Peru, for allegedly raping or sexually assaulting at least four women while reportedly pretending to be a ride-sharing driver.
Before that, police officers arrested Carlos Melara, a 21-year-old undocumented alien from El Salvador and member of MS-13, was reportedly convicted of “conspiracy to conduct enterprise affairs through a pattern of racketeering activity” for purportedly participating in the gruesome murder of a 15-year-old teenage boy in Massachusetts several years ago.
Apparently, it was determined that Melara pretended to be a friend of a girl who he was supposedly interested in. After gaining his trust, the MS-13 gang member then lured the unsuspecting teenager to a secluded park.
Upon arrival, the teen was then ambushed and ultimately stabbed to death by Melara and several other gang members.
And prior to that, authorities in Maryland arrested Miguel “Timido” Angel Lopez-Abrego, a 19-year-old undocumented alien who’s apart of MS-13, for his alleged involvement in the killing of an unidentified man, whose body was then buried deep in the Maryland woods.
Disturbingly, violent crimes are just one of the many ways illegal aliens are reportedly harming American citizens. They are also harming American citizens by undermining the country’s election integrity.
A couple of months ago, for instance, law enforcement officials in Texas placed Marcela Gutierrez, who isn’t a citizen of the United States, under arrest for allegedly tampering with the ballots of multiple residents after the incredible voting “assistance” scheme that she was apart of was investigated by Texas Attorney General (AG) Ken Paxton.
Specifically, while volunteering at a voting center back in 2016, Gutierrez allegedly cast votes on the ballots of others without their consent for several candidates who she had supposedly been paid to support. Apparently, she managed to pull off such a scam by allegedly pretending like she was actually just showing voters how the voting machine worked.
As a consequence, she was charged with one count of “illegal voting” and ten counts of “unlawfully assisting a voter.”
Gutierrez isn’t the only illegal alien who was recently busted for illegal voting. Several weeks prior, Laura Janeth Garza, who is a 37-year-old Mexican national living in the US unlawfully, was arrested by local authorities and charged with “voter impersonation and ineligible voting” for illegally voting in several past elections.
Apparently, Garza was reportedly placed under arrest and later charged after investigators learned that she had purportedly obtained “documents to steal the identity of a US citizen” and then used that identity to illegally vote in 2004, 2012, and 2016 elections. As a consequence, she could not face a maximum of 20 years and a possible $10,000 fine.
Without a doubt, illegal immigration continues to be a massive problem plaguing the US. Fortunately, the current administration appears to understand this and has been actively pushing to build a border wall and strengthen our country’s national security.