Former Border Agent Leader: Obama Has 'Put Immigration on Steroids'

Monday, 07 Jul 2014 11:57 AM

By Melissa Clyne

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Border patrol agents are overwhelmed, frustrated and petrified of contracting a contagious disease from the tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors and others who are flooding the southwest borders, according to Zack Taylor, former chairman of the National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers.

Appearing on Newsmax TV, Taylor said the undocumented migrants are coming from Texas to Arizona in groups of 800 and many either have not been medically screened or have "obvious health problems" that have not been addressed or disclosed to border patrol agents.

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And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

"They are so frustrated that they wouldn’t know where to begin telling you," Taylor told "America's Forum" host J.D. Hayworth. "They've been under attack by that this administration on various fronts."

The Obama administration is complicit in the mass influx, Taylor charged, saying Obama has "put immigration on steroids."

"There is no doubt that this is intentional, that it is orchestrated and overseen by the White House and President Obama," he said. Right now, the number being reported that is being held in front of you is 52,000 minors. We should be talking about 300,000."

The administration is managing the crisis and only "putting out information and letting people talk that support a position that they want" to advance their grand plan to overwhelm the system in order to force immigration reform.

"The agents who talk to these people on a daily basis know that what the administration is putting out is a false narrative designed to appeal to the compassionate side of the American people," Taylor explained. "This like putting the fox in the henhouse. These illegal aliens are part of a plan to overwhelm the infrastructure of the United States and give the administration the opportunity to use brute force, if necessary, to impose their will."

Despite claims of expedited processing, those that enter the country illegally are here to stay, according to Taylor.

"They are scattering them throughout the population of the United States in various states and putting the local school systems and people on notice that these kids will be attending school in August and September, which by the way is more than 30 days away. They know they're going to be here. One they're embedded in the population of the United States, the likelihood that they'll be removed is somewhere between minus one and zero."

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