陸軍の獣医がデルリオへの旅行の悲惨な話をします, テキサス: 「これは私が今まで行った中で最大のバイデンラリーでした」

で始まった使命 9/11 堕落した軍人を称える方法として、 15 minutes of picking up trash members of Rourke’s group pulled three people from Venezuela out of the Rio Grande.

We went from picking up trash to pulling people from the river,” Rourke explained. “I saw people washing babies in the Rio Grande. I saw babies breastfeeding babies, sleeping in dirt, 107 degrees outside, red ants everywhere, real coyotes with four legs walking around. It was like Naked and Afraid the southern border edition out there. People are literally knocking down trees and setting up lean-tos teepees and sleeping under those. They come and go back and forth from Mexico just as me or you walk across the street. There’s nobody there to stop them.

The veteran said he spoke to a number of 移民 and the majority were Haitian’s who were on their way to South Florida, and they were not 予防接種を受けた.

A lot of them are going to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, ウェストパームビーチ, オーランド. I asked them about COVID-19(新型コロナウイルス感染症. I was asking them about whether or not they had been vaccinated, and if there was a vaccine available would you take it? Emphatically they said, 'いいえ,’ they would not take it. A lot of them cited religious beliefs on the reason why they wouldn’t take it.

Rourke said migrants he spoke to were making the dangerous journey because where they are coming from is so poor and theywant the opportunity.

They feel like this is the opportunity now with the Biden administration to leave the countries that they’ve been living in, Central America, places like Chile, and come here now. They told me to my face the reason why [彼らは] here is because Joe Biden is allowing them to come. ‘He’s a very humble man, he has a big heart, he loves the Haitian people, and we love him.’ It was almost like the biggest Biden rally I’ve ever been to. Everybody there speaking about Joe Biden. They love him.

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