After a Democratic congressional delegation visiting the El Paso detention center a week ago, stated that detainees were being mistreated, starved and kept in abdominal conditions, including being directed to drink out of toilets, the U.S Border Patrol was pressed to dispel the allegations levied on them by those elected officials and open borders activists.
Chief Border Patrol Agent Roy Villareal from the Tucson, Arizona sector, taped a short video to help set the record straight about the true living conditions at detention centers, or at “concentration camps,” as Rep. Ocasio-Cortez (D) calls them.
Villareal takes viewers into a storage room where all sorts of supplies, including diapers, baby wipes, feminine products, clothing, and dry food, is stored.
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“Aliens are not force to drink out of a toilet.”- Border Patrol Agent Villareal
The border agent then entered the detention area where he pointed to a supply cart filled with many of the items from the storage room, including toothbrushes.
After explaining how the toothbrushes were pre-filled with toothpaste, Villarreal entered an empty detention room to show how exactly detainees were living, and how many of them had access to drinking water, including having access to drinking water that came out of a combined toilet and sink water dispenser.
“We are not forcing aliens to drink out of the toilet,” said Villareal
— CBP Arizona (@CBPArizona) July 4, 2019