What you see here happens in Plattsburgh 4 times a day: a bus arrives, future border crossers negotiate with the drivers and jump into cabs. Local authorities and law enforcement agencies pay little attention to illegals, unless they break the US law. pic.twitter.com/w8M0UYFzHE— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
Janet McFetridge and Kimberly LaRean donate warm clothes to refugees. Janet says she's not focusing on politics, but on helping ppl: “Our immigration system is overloaded and not working well right now. People are getting desperate and feel that Canada is providing good hope" pic.twitter.com/aFnmeZsEyC— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
I wanted to ask mayor Read about US authorities’ reaction to 1000s walking over to neighboring country illegally. In response I got this email. One more “answer” to my question came an hour later: I got pulled over by State Police and US Border patrol, my car searched with a K9. pic.twitter.com/A37pHSGRms— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
45,517 illegals entered Canada from 02.17 to 06.19 according to Statistics Canada. In January this year the Border Security Minister Bill Blair told The Canadian Press that discussions are under way with the US to amend x-border agreements, but apparently it has hasn't been done. pic.twitter.com/lAulz0Q326— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
Everything around Roxham Rd is surreal. A road sign which says “Dead End” is pointing to a "rabbit hole" of Orwellian “alternate reality”. Those who walk through it receive freebies. But most “non-PC” Canadians who dare to question it, are subjected to attacks and discrimination.— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
Liberal politicians focus on humanitarian side of illegal immigration. Rebecca Malo – a Liberal candidate, who came in 3rd in Saskatchewan’s Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek riding during election, says that illegals should be helped because otherwise they would risk freezing to death. pic.twitter.com/aAKq1Cam93— Denis Bolotsky (@BolotskySputnik) October 24, 2019
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