A Republican congressman accused nonprofits in the U.S of enjoying uninterrupted access to public places and hotels. The nonprofits reveal possible security blind spots to the people who can harm the integrity of the country. According to NEW YORK P0ST, Rep Lance Gooden received a secret tip regarding an operation that exposed sensitive information to alien migrants.
As per the article, nonprofits help migrants get free access to different customer service and public places without any identification. The prime motive behind such activities is the monetary value that nonprofits receive in return.
Migrants Receive Hand Packets That Contain Sensitive Information
There is evidence that suggests that such activities are in practice for more extended periods. According to the authorities, the migrants are handed ‘hand packets upon their arrival to the U.S. The NEW YORK POST quoted Gooden, who said, “ I demanded to get in the gates, I entry once and was refused. I talked a guard into letting me in on another occasion, and when I was in there, I saw busses pulling up, probably about 100 migrants over an hour got off of these buses.”
Gooden revealed the names of the Catholic Charities of San Diego and the Jewish Family Service to carry out illegal activities. The majority of the migrants are undetected by the police and other legal authorities. The authorities have seized the possessions of a migrant that included illegal and unauthorized identity documents and different itineraries.
The Intentions Of Migrants Are Evil
Former Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan investigated the packet seized by Gooden and revealed that the migrant could live in the U.S without a concrete identification. He inferred from the findings of reports and other evidence that the migrant had foul plans that remain unclear.
These incidents put the harmony and peace of the country in jeopardy. Such operations need to be eliminated from the root level. The migrants board flights with evil intentions and carry a greater risk of unidentified threats. The increase in such incidents raises several questions regarding quality protocols and the officials concerned.