Bombshell report: American Red Cross supplied docs, maps to lead Illegal Immigrants to resources in the U.S.

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TUCSON, AZ— A recent report from The Daily Caller News Foundation revealed that The American Red Cross has been providing illegal immigrants with maps and guides to assist them in their crime of crossing into the US at the souther border. By definition, this is aiding and abetting criminals.

According to Fox News, Pinal County, Arizona Sheriff and candidate for U.S. Senate Mark Lamb, told Fox & Friends on Friday that the informational packets provided to the illegal immigrants by the American Red Cross demonstrate how dangerous it can be to cross.

He said, "They didn't tell asthmatics to bring their inhalers. They didn't tell diabetics to bring their diabetes medicine, but they did tell the women to bring contraceptives because they know that women are being raped."

The Daily Caller News Foundation reported that the packets were stamped with the logo of the American Red Cross and provided illegal immigrants with the locations of hotels and clinics as well as routes to various unsuspecting cities along the U.S. border.

Jennie Taer reporting for DCNF revealed via X, "The Red Cross has guides for U.S.-bound migrants that include a map to the border, resources along the journey, and a paper on what to do when encountering the dangers along the trip. The American Red Cross sits on the board of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) Food and Shelter program, which allocates millions of dollars in U.S. taxpayer funding to nonprofit groups supporting migrants released into the U.S."

Lamb, whose office has struggled alongside Arizona and Tucson authorities to contend with the ongoing flood of illegal immigrants into the porous border, added, "We can't keep making it easy for them and telling them how to do it."

He told host Ashley Strohmier, that President Biden's wilful failure to combat the escalating crises of illegal immigration and drug smuggling at the border is only "emboldening," the Mexican drug cartels across the border. 
"The weakness of these policies has created strength for the cartels," Lamb said.

Asked about the response from the Mexican government highlighted by President Andres Manuel Lopez-Obrador claiming the fentanyl smuggled from his country was "an American problem," Lamb answered definitively,  "
They don't care about American lives. They don't care that the fentanyl poisoning that's coming from Mexico is killing American lives every day. It doesn't matter to them, and it won't start mattering to them until they're impacted by it."

Lamb stressed that military intervention at the border is necessary despite the rhetoric of Obrador who has resisted the notion."I don't think Afghanistan or Iraq necessarily wanted us there either, but we went over there," he said. "We got this right at our doorstep. This is right in our backyard."

He told the hosts that Arizonans are frustrated by the lack of action from Washington, D.C., 
"We just don’t have the strength that we need along the border, and [cartels] know that," he added. "So yes, having a stronger presence, whether it's the military, more Border Patrol agents, more local law enforcement, a stronger presence would absolutely decrease this traffic we're seeing."
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Mark Lamb is a hero


Glenn Beck today had Center for Immigration Studies Todd Bensman "review the insane amount of money the U.N. plans to spend in 2024 on assisting, aiding, and abetting the border invasion. ... actually billions ... the U.N. budget on line identifies ALL the NGO's participating in enticing thousands to enter without documents. The Red Cross is only one NGO of this network of alien smugglers.


I’m very interested in knowing at what point along the route the migrants are presented with these materials.


Are they going to Mexico?

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