Report Reveals San Antonio Charity Misused Funds for Illegal Migrant Flights

Since the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020, it seems as if nothing has gone right for America or the president. The massive waves of illegal migration that have soared towards the national southern border and into the nation since President Biden’s term began are unprecedented in the history of America. People are predominantly arriving from south America, but in truth, individuals from all over the world are flooding into the nation through the porous southern border. Recently, two Iranian nationals were apprehended at the southern border who had been placed on the American “watch list” for terrorists. This appalling occurrence is extremely worrisome and proves how vulnerable, weak, and threatened in terms of national security America is, but it comes as no surprise.

Recently an illegal named Juan Martinez Merida was caught at the southern border; his record there shows how weak America’s immigration policies are in their current state. Merida had previously been deported in October and had been detained in seven separate instances at the border, showing how porous and broken the border and the system is. The American system is truly broken. The country utilizes a “voluntary departure” policy at times; in this case, an illegal apprehended gives their word to leave on their own accord and is then released without an official order. Merida had taken advantage of this many times and therefore was never issued a final order to leave. Merida is wanted for murder in Mexico; he was captured in Philadelphia in August.

As American citizens continue to struggle to afford basic necessities (it is estimated that some 60% are living paycheck to paycheck), it appears even charitable organizations (and even more so the federal government) are not concerned with the well-being of native citizens (or at least they are secondary to foreigners). One organization (called Catholic Charities) in San Antonio Texas has utilized funds to provide transport for illegal migrants while legal Americans struggle.