Ebola Stricken Illegals from Congo Rushing into the US With Rolls of Hundred Dollar Bills


There has been a sudden flood of illegal aliens pouring through our southern border, and they have been coached by NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations…in re: liberals) not to divulge any information.

They have also been observed with rolls of hundred dollar bills in their pockets. This seems a little odd coming from an impoverished country. Just getting to Mexico from the Congo costs a lot of money. That would run you $1200 or more. Where is the money coming from? Someone weigh George Soros’ wallet. It would just take a half a dozen illegals with Ebola to start an epidemic in this country.

From The Gateway Pundit

Hundreds of illegal aliens from Ebola-stricken Democratic Republic of Congo were dumped in the streets of San Antonio, Texas a couple of weeks ago.

Investigative journalist Urs Gehriger, who speaks French, spoke to the Congolese migrants and revealed that they are being coached by NGO’s to not speak to ICE officers.

Urs Gehriger also said that the migrants have wads of cash on them. He said an aide witnessed several Congolese migrants with rolls of $100 bills in their hands.

Gehriger said that the African migrants refused to tell him how they got to the US — it’s obvious they are being coached not to divulge details about who is behind their migration to the US.

“They wouldn’t tell me anything about how they got here, and then they started to get aggressive and they were contradicting each other, Gehriger said to Laura Ingraham.

The migrants have rolls of Benjamins.

“What I found from an aid worker there, they actually do have money. Quite a few of them, because he spotted them under a tree, right in front of the shelter, counting a roll of money with hundred dollar bills,” Gehriger told Ingraham.

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