‘They’re going to get on the bus or the airplane’ next day
By Stephen Dinan
The Washington Times
A quarter of the illegal immigrants dropped off in one Texas town tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the man who runs the homeless shelter where Border Patrol agents are bringing the migrants they’re catching and releasing.
Bill Reagan, director of Loaves and Fishes, the food bank and shelter in Harlingen, Texas, said more cases are likely but are not being detecting because, given the conditions, testing is “almost useless.”
Mr. Reagan told a Harlingen City Commission meeting last week that…
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