The governments of United States and Mexico are working together to bring thousands of illegal immigrants to the country's border, said Andy Ramirez, founder of Conservative Hispanics of America and the Law Enforcement Advocates Council.
"There is no way this is some coincidence," Ramirez told "MidPoint" host Ed Berliner on Newsmax TV
Friday. "This has to be organized and planned; it's like moving an army division or Marine division."
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Moving large numbers of people — such as the tens of thousands that have entered the United States since last fall — would involve logistics, water, and other assistance to help keep the migrants safer for a dangerous journey north until they reach the border, Ramirez said.
"It's not just random," he said of the "insane" number of immigrants that are coming across the United States' southern border and being moved to other states.
"I've heard one report they're moving them to Boston," he said. "The U.S. and Mexican governments had to get together to get this done."
Meanwhile, Ramirez said, the Border Patrol is in a situation that is too far gone for it to handle.
"You essentially have a situation that is beyond their ability," said Ramirez of border control agents' difficulty in keeping illegal immigrants of all ages out of the country. "This is not beyond their training, but beyond their ability."
And in fact, said Ramirez, "You have an invasion via Mexico. This is a massive flood or invasion of illegal aliens that are being basically pushed into the United States."
It's not just youths under age 17, but people of all ages.
"Who knows who's really coming across?" Ramirez said. "Are there terrorists?"
And while Border Patrol agents are processing the immigrants, more are slipping through, Ramirez said.
"We usually see numbers but nothing like this," Ramirez said.
And as a result, the guard's morale is continuing to drop, and in fact "has been gone for years" through the presidencies of George W. Bush and Barack Obama, said Ramirez.
"Nothing's going to change," he said. "We still have the same individuals running the committees."
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