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Leftists LOSE IT over migrants in DC, but WHAT ABOUT TEXAS?

Finally America's border crisis has received an appropriate level of outrage from the mainstream media and the far-left — BUT only when Washington, D.C. is concerned. In this clip, Glenn details the 'SICKENING' hypocrisy concerning our immigration issue. Leftists are LOSING IT over the thousands of migrants entering their beloved cities, but this is what Texas — and other border states — have been dealing with for YEARS! Listen to find out the SHOCKING budget D.C. leaders have to fix this issue, compared to the much smaller one for border towns that actually are being OVERRUN.

TranscriptBelow is a rush transcript that may contain errors

GLENN: Wow. Just reading an email that was just sent from New York City's human resources administration to all names on its distribution list. And -- and the Epic Times just got a hold of it. It urged all staff, who can work overtime to do so, to deal with a drastic influx of asylum seekers in Manhattan and other boroughs. Internal requests comes a week after the mayor, Eric Adams described a growing stream of illegal aliens coming to the Big Apple as a real burden on New Yorkers. Oh. Because New York already has overburdened shelter systems. Oh. Again. DSS at HRA leadership in recent weeks, we have seen a drastic influx of asylum seekers coming into our shelter intake sites. Jeez, where do you think they're coming from? These must be from the Canadian border, hmm?

So it's urgent. The city says they don't have the money to deal with it. It's very much like the problems that you're seeing, of course, with those 4,000 immigrants that have been shipped from Arizona, and Texas, on a bus. And they say, sometimes in the middle of the night, these people are just brought in. Without the city's knowledge. Oh, my gosh. That's unheard of.

So I just have been crunching some numbers. 4,000 illegal immigrants have come in, over the last couple of months, to Washington, DC. Uh-huh. Okay.

Four thousand. Does Washington, DC -- because this is a crisis. They can't afford it. They need federal assistance. A federal emergency has to be declared. 4,000 over the last couple of months. Do they know that the Border Patrol in Texas, is arresting more than 4,000 illegal immigrants every day. And those are the ones, you know, that we've arrested. The small border towns have to cope with the -- oh, it's only one thousand illegal immigrants. No. Let me count the zeros.

Oh, no. It's 1 million illegal immigrants to these little teeny border towns. Oh. Man. Holy cow. Well, what is New York going to do? You know, mayor Adams was complained about it, even though the buses were only going to Washington, DC. Somehow or another, people are finding their way to New York. And they're homeless. And he doesn't know what to do.

You know, Del Rio, has a population of 35,000, and -- and 35,000 people now a shantytown of just Haitian illegals, that sprung up overnight, of 15,000. So just about half the population now, is illegal. And there's 1,000 illegal immigrants, coming up, every day in Del Rio.

That is -- wow. 1,000 every day. So in four days, it equals, what Washington, DC, has had to deal with. Oh, poor Washington, DC. What they had to deal with. Over the last four months. Oh, my gosh. How are they doing it? Screw Del Rio, how is Washington, DC, doing it? By the way, by the end of Biden's term at this rate, the number of people let in at the border, will exceed 6 million people.

So let's look at this. Okay. So Washington, DC, is in a crisis. It is really bad. They have a budget, that was set at 17.5 billion dollars for the budget. Wow. That's a lot. Huh. Okay. $17.5 billion. Where are they going to squeeze the money for those 4,000 immigrants that they've gotten over there over the last four months. You know? Del Rio's budget on the other hand. 17.5 billion will sound like peanuts. Del Rio's full budget, full budget. All of it. Is $107 million. As opposed to 17.5 billion.

So it's only 163 times more than Del Rios. You know, if you look at Del Rio's budget -- and I'll give you the full budget here. However, however, let's do the math here. Because if you look at Washington, DC, 17 billion. Yeah. But they have a lot going on. So let's just look at what -- what money is used just on homelessness, in Washington, DC. It's $31 million. Okay.

Now, the total possible border immigration budget, I mean, that has taken Capex expenses. Everything. Everything.

That is the bus system. The economic development corporation. The channel. Room tax. Nutrition services. The service for women, infant, and children. All transportation. The entire administration. Transportation operations. All of that. Economic development.

You take all of that, and they have a whopping total, that you could -- you would collapse the rest of the -- but you would still have money. You would still have the lights on at city hall. You have 23,253,335. Okay. Compared to DC, which solely focused on homelessness, is 31 million.

Okay. All right. I -- okay.

I'm trying to see what the problem here is. With Washington, DC. New York is also reporting not to receive any of the bused immigrants. And they're now, having a budget of $101.7 billion. Hmm. Just to put that into perspective, El Paso is 5 percent of DC's budget. Brownsville, .9 percent of DC's total budget. They have 4,000. 4,000 in DC. And it's a national emergency.

Okay. All right. McAllen, it's 3 percent of DC's total budget. Laredo has 1.24 percent of DC's total budget. These towns are being swamped with people. There are more immigrants than there are residents, in those towns. And do you see the media doing anything about it? Do you see anybody that cares about those towns? Because I'm seeing a huge, huge uproar in the press, on how cruel it is, to just take these poor migrants and put them on a bus and ship them into a city like Washington, DC, that is just not prepared. But Texas. New Mexico. Arizona.

We're just expected to bring them all in. Millions. Bring them in. Sure. We've got all this money down here in Texas. Because we're oil and gas. Oh, wait. We're not selling the oil and gas. Because we've been shut off by this organization. Well, I'm sure we have money coming out of our ears. These small towns. You know, of 30,000 people. Out of those 30,000, you're telling me, that there's not a billionaire or two in town that won't even miss it. I mean, I can go on a block. Take just the Bloomberg building. There's, you know, 10,000 people living in there. Through -- you know, one-third the population of -- of any of these towns, Del Rio. One-third. And how many billionaires just live in that one building? Come on. Cough up your billionaires, Laredo. Cough them up. Time for them to pay their fair share. This is sickening. It's absolutely sickening.

When New York is affected or Washington, DC, is affected, at all, by this. The media goes crazy, and talks about how cruel, and how these poor people are suffering. And they have been -- mothers have been abused. On their way into America. And who is going to care for them? Yeah. That's what we've been saying the whole time. Except, you only care about it, when money is involved.

We in Texas, and other border states are dealing with this every single day. We're seeing people firsthand. Yeah. But you flew a drone over. You know, CNN was there with a drone. So they could see it.

Yeah. Yeah. I'm thinking about sending buses up to CNN. You know what, guys, CNN will welcome you. Just go to the TimeWarner center. They are going to love having a bunch of migrants right there at the doors of the TimeWarner Center. Because I know they love immigrants. They love you. You're just as American as they are. Go there. Uh-huh. And they'll help you. It is -- we are so close to winning. And yet, so close to death.

This is going to be -- only one is going to last in the end. And the progressives think it's America that's going to fall. I hope to God, that we are all awake. And I think we are. The -- the trust in the media, is at the lowest ever. But that doesn't mean, you can dis-- disengage. You can unplug and cut the cable. But you have to find the source of information. That you can trust. To keep you up to speed. Because we are very close to the endgame. It could happen this fall. But I think Americans are waking up. And finally, there are some people that are standing up, like Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis, standing up with Mickey Mouse. With the head of Mickey Mouse. You know, just letting them dangle by one ear. You know.

I think we're -- I think we're close to winning. Just don't sit down. And listen within let's make Mickey's blood the last blood that is shed, okay? Sure, it's a cartoon mouse. But no more, even cartoon blood. Please.GLENN: Wow. Just reading an email that was just sent from New York City's human resources administration to all names on its distribution list. And -- and the Epic Times just got a hold of it. It urged all staff, who can work overtime to do so, to deal with a drastic influx of asylum seekers in Manhattan and other boroughs. Internal requests comes a week after the mayor, Eric Adams described a growing stream of illegal aliens coming to the Big Apple as a real burden on New Yorkers. Oh. Because New York already has overburdened shelter systems. Oh. Again. DSS at HRA leadership in recent weeks, we have seen a drastic influx of asylum seekers coming into our shelter intake sites. Jeez, where do you think they're coming from? These must be from the Canadian border, hmm?

So it's urgent. The city says they don't have the money to deal with it. It's very much like the problems that you're seeing, of course, with those 4,000 immigrants that have been shipped from Arizona, and Texas, on a bus. And they say, sometimes in the middle of the night, these people are just brought in. Without the city's knowledge. Oh, my gosh. That's unheard of.

So I just have been crunching some numbers. 4,000 illegal immigrants have come in, over the last couple of months, to Washington, DC. Uh-huh. Okay.

Four thousand. Does Washington, DC -- because this is a crisis. They can't afford it. They need federal assistance. A federal emergency has to be declared. 4,000 over the last couple of months. Do they know that the Border Patrol in Texas, is arresting more than 4,000 illegal immigrants every day. And those are the ones, you know, that we've arrested. The small border towns have to cope with the -- oh, it's only one thousand illegal immigrants. No. Let me count the zeros.

Oh, no. It's 1 million illegal immigrants to these little teeny border towns. Oh. Man. Holy cow. Well, what is New York going to do? You know, mayor Adams was complained about it, even though the buses were only going to Washington, DC. Somehow or another, people are finding their way to New York. And they're homeless. And he doesn't know what to do.

You know, Del Rio, has a population of 35,000, and -- and 35,000 people now a shantytown of just Haitian illegals, that sprung up overnight, of 15,000. So just about half the population now, is illegal. And there's 1,000 illegal immigrants, coming up, every day in Del Rio.

That is -- wow. 1,000 every day. So in four days, it equals, what Washington, DC, has had to deal with. Oh, poor Washington, DC. What they had to deal with. Over the last four months. Oh, my gosh. How are they doing it? Screw Del Rio, how is Washington, DC, doing it? By the way, by the end of Biden's term at this rate, the number of people let in at the border, will exceed 6 million people.

So let's look at this. Okay. So Washington, DC, is in a crisis. It is really bad. They have a budget, that was set at 17.5 billion dollars for the budget. Wow. That's a lot. Huh. Okay. $17.5 billion. Where are they going to squeeze the money for those 4,000 immigrants that they've gotten over there over the last four months. You know? Del Rio's budget on the other hand. 17.5 billion will sound like peanuts. Del Rio's full budget, full budget. All of it. Is $107 million. As opposed to 17.5 billion.

So it's only 163 times more than Del Rios. You know, if you look at Del Rio's budget -- and I'll give you the full budget here. However, however, let's do the math here. Because if you look at Washington, DC, 17 billion. Yeah. But they have a lot going on. So let's just look at what -- what money is used just on homelessness, in Washington, DC. It's $31 million. Okay.

Now, the total possible border immigration budget, I mean, that has taken Capex expenses. Everything. Everything.

That is the bus system. The economic development corporation. The channel. Room tax. Nutrition services. The service for women, infant, and children. All transportation. The entire administration. Transportation operations. All of that. Economic development.

You take all of that, and they have a whopping total, that you could -- you would collapse the rest of the -- but you would still have money. You would still have the lights on at city hall. You have 23,253,335. Okay. Compared to DC, which solely focused on homelessness, is 31 million.

Okay. All right. I -- okay.

I'm trying to see what the problem here is. With Washington, DC. New York is also reporting not to receive any of the bused immigrants. And they're now, having a budget of $101.7 billion. Hmm. Just to put that into perspective, El Paso is 5 percent of DC's budget. Brownsville, .9 percent of DC's total budget. They have 4,000. 4,000 in DC. And it's a national emergency.

Okay. All right. McAllen, it's 3 percent of DC's total budget. Laredo has 1.24 percent of DC's total budget. These towns are being swamped with people. There are more immigrants than there are residents, in those towns. And do you see the media doing anything about it? Do you see anybody that cares about those towns? Because I'm seeing a huge, huge uproar in the press, on how cruel it is, to just take these poor migrants and put them on a bus and ship them into a city like Washington, DC, that is just not prepared. But Texas. New Mexico. Arizona.

We're just expected to bring them all in. Millions. Bring them in. Sure. We've got all this money down here in Texas. Because we're oil and gas. Oh, wait. We're not selling the oil and gas. Because we've been shut off by this organization. Well, I'm sure we have money coming out of our ears. These small towns. You know, of 30,000 people. Out of those 30,000, you're telling me, that there's not a billionaire or two in town that won't even miss it. I mean, I can go on a block. Take just the Bloomberg building. There's, you know, 10,000 people living in there. Through -- you know, one-third the population of -- of any of these towns, Del Rio. One-third. And how many billionaires just live in that one building? Come on. Cough up your billionaires, Laredo. Cough them up. Time for them to pay their fair share. This is sickening. It's absolutely sickening.

When New York is affected or Washington, DC, is affected, at all, by this. The media goes crazy, and talks about how cruel, and how these poor people are suffering. And they have been -- mothers have been abused. On their way into America. And who is going to care for them? Yeah. That's what we've been saying the whole time. Except, you only care about it, when money is involved.

We in Texas, and other border states are dealing with this every single day. We're seeing people firsthand. Yeah. But you flew a drone over. You know, CNN was there with a drone. So they could see it.

Yeah. Yeah. I'm thinking about sending buses up to CNN. You know what, guys, CNN will welcome you. Just go to the TimeWarner center. They are going to love having a bunch of migrants right there at the doors of the TimeWarner Center. Because I know they love immigrants. They love you. You're just as American as they are. Go there. Uh-huh. And they'll help you. It is -- we are so close to winning. And yet, so close to death.

This is going to be -- only one is going to last in the end. And the progressives think it's America that's going to fall. I hope to God, that we are all awake. And I think we are. The -- the trust in the media, is at the lowest ever. But that doesn't mean, you can dis-- disengage. You can unplug and cut the cable. But you have to find the source of information. That you can trust. To keep you up to speed. Because we are very close to the endgame. It could happen this fall. But I think Americans are waking up. And finally, there are some people that are standing up, like Ron DeSantis. Ron DeSantis, standing up with Mickey Mouse. With the head of Mickey Mouse. You know, just letting them dangle by one ear. You know.

I think we're -- I think we're close to winning. Just don't sit down. And listen within let's make Mickey's blood the last blood that is shed, okay? Sure, it's a cartoon mouse. But no more, even cartoon blood. Please.


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