Document Found in Arizona Desert Directs Illegal Aliens in 17 Different Languages To US Health Care, Welfare, Medicaid Resources

Earlier this week our source down near the US border in Arizona sent The Gateway Pundit a document that instructs illegal migrants to call the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state’s Medicaid system, for government assistance.  The message is printed out in 17 different languages.

The document, provided to the immigrants by cartel members and NGOs, was found in the desert this week near Tucson, Arizona. It instructs the migrants to call the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, the state’s Medicaid system, for government assistance.

“If you speak English, language assistance services free of charge, are available to you. Call 1-855-432-7587,” the form obtained by The Gateway Pundit reads in 17 different languages.

The source in Arizona who surfaced the document found it amongst piles of trash, empty water, jugs, clothes, backpacks and a rust-covered bicycle.

“They were just out in the middle of nowhere – no houses, no roads anywhere – just along a trail.  in the dessert with more illegal immigrant trash,” the source told TGP.

The AHCCCS, according to its site, offers health care programs to serve Arizona residents if individuals  meet certain income and other requirements to obtain services.

“Call the number. They offer illegal immigrants all kinds of assistance, not just medical — even cash assistance  which I was shocked.”


Smugglers typically rode bicycles, which can now be found rusting across the Tuscon desert, as they transported illegal paraphernalia and drugs across the southern border until law enforcement became privy to their operation, explained the source, who has witnessed countless human and drug smugglers flood into the United States.

“They don’t use the bikes anymore because they’re so easy to track, but for a while for a few years there, they were using them because it’s much easier to push their loads of drugs on the bicycle across the desert than to have them on their back or backpacks,” the source said. “But after a few years of that, they were getting caught too often. Now out in the desert, you’ll see those bicycles rusting.”

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