Rush Limbaugh accurately described the conversion of the US Border Patrol from security professionals to taxpayer-funded coyotes.
Thank you, Barack Obama.

Via The Daily Rushbo:

Transcript viaThe Rush Limbaugh website:
RUSH: Now, I will go out on a limb here, and I will posit the possibility that we may as well accept the fact that the Border Patrol is no longer a Border Patrol in terms of the way they’re being used by the Regime. You could say that the Border Patrol now has been converted into taxpayer-paid coyotes. What does a coyote do? A coyote arranges transit for an illegal of any age from Mexico or anywhere else across the border. They come in packs. They sardine ‘em in vans, you know the drill.

The Border Patrol is escorting these unaccompanied children across the border and connecting them with their so-called relatives who they’ve never met before, exactly what coyotes do. They’re picking up where the Mexican coyotes leave off, literally. This is gonna be a very controversial thing to say, and again, it’s obvious this is what’s happening. But so few people can get their arms around it and believe it that it sounds like, once again, I’m coming up with another bunch of extreme statements. I’m just telling you what’s going on down there. I could not invent this. My mind doesn’t work this way. I could not in any way, shape, manner form be involved.

The only way I could come up with this explanation is to watch it happen. There’s no politics in this analysis that I’m giving you here. I’m just telling you what’s happening, as they say, on the ground. The Border Patrol are meeting illegal aliens at the border. They’re escorting them to their destinations in the US as an added bonus, el freebo. Now, unlike the Mexican coyotes, they are doing it free. Well, not really, because we, the taxpayers, are actually paying them to do this.

 

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