The cold war between President Obama and the Border Patrol agents of the Department of Homeland Security may explode into full-fledged hostilities as the men and women torn between obeying his orders and fulfilling their duty go public with concerns about what is really going on at the border.

Thanks to the relentless efforts of Judicial Watch, which refuses to be bullied and cowed by the seemingly limitless power of the Obama administration, the real story is emerging to refute the president’s claims that he is keeping it secure and America safe.

Border Patrol sources say the government is secretly moving “OTM” illegal immigrants (the government designation for “Other Than Mexican”) from Honduras, El Salvador, Columbia, and Guatemala into the interior of the U.S.

One recent transfer moved 35 OTMs from Tucson to Phoenix, leaving them at a bus station with only a promise they would attend a court hearing in the future if they were notified.

The tab for the bus service to inland destinations is borne by U.S. taxpayers and paid to G4S, a “security” company headquartered in Jupiter, Florida with a worldwide presence and over a half-million employees.

As it has done with its relentless pursuit of documents from Hillary Clinton’s State Department, Judicial Watch has filed public records requests (FOIA) for information about the relationship between G4S and the U.S. government.

Obama’s DHS denies the practice, but Border Patrol officers are equally adamant saying, “They’re telling us to put them on a bus and let them go. Just move those bodies across the country.”

Recently, the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC) announced its endorsement of   Donald Trump in his bid for the presidency – the first time the organization has backed a presidential candidate – based on his promise to secure the border they defend with their lives.

Neither the endorsement, nor the revelations about the G4S transfers could not have pleased President Obama or his Department of Homeland Security.

 

 

 

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