The ‘DREAM Act’ I Saw: 'It Sure Doesn't Look Like Ellis Island'

By USDR

CNSNews.com recently went to the border in McAllen, Texas. Presented here are our reporter’s personal observations of the detention facility there and the conditions faced by the illegals and the U.S. Border Patrol agents trying to manage the situation.

At first, there doesn’t appear to be a floor. Then I realize that’s only because I can barely see it through the mass of bodies strewn across the massive space. There are people everywhere – lying down, standing, sitting, stepping over others in a strained attempt to move around. Border patrol agents mill about with clipboards, talking to various people and administering basic medicine.

Off to one side, next to a row of blue porta potties, a group of four young girls are curled up together on the floor, resting on one another’s limbs. All four are caked in mud to the knee, most likely from their trip across the border.

— Read the full report and see the horrific photos: http://cnsnews.com/news/article/brittany-m-hughes/dream-act-i-saw

All opinions expressed on USDR are those of the author and not necessarily those of US Daily Review.

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