Pastors: Ocasio-Cortez And MSM Spewing 'Misinformation' On Border Facility Conditions

Conditions at a Texas migrant detention center recently toured by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez are nothing like what was described by the virtue-signaling Congresswoman, according to the President of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Rev. Samuel Rodriguez. 

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Rodriguez toured the same El Paso County facility as AOC, and said he was "full of indignation" and "shocked at the misinformation" regarding the conditions at border facilities, according to Fox News

"I read the reports, saw the news clips. I just wanted to see what was actually happening in order to better enable our efforts to find a fair and a just solution to our broken immigration system," Rodriguez, who has advised presidents Trump, Obama and George W. Bush on immigration reform. "To my surprise, I saw something drastically different from the stories I’ve been hearing in our national discourse. Even as a veteran of immigration advocacy in the U.S., I was shocked at the misinformation of the crisis at the border," he added. 

"We found no soiled diapers, no deplorable conditions and no lack of basic necessities," said Rodriguez, who said that when he asked border agents if they staged the facility in response to the negative press: "They unequivocally denied it — we were witnessing the identical conditions the attorneys saw when they toured the facility days earlier." 

In fact, some told him the sources from whom the negative coverage originated “never toured the areas of the facility that we toured” and speculated they might have had political motivations.

The pastors left encouraged by the commitment and dedication of America’s Border Patrol and immigration officers, “many of which are Latinos, by the way.” He said one emotional Border Patrol agent turned to him and said, referring to the vilification: “Pastor Sam, what they’re saying about us is completely false. We care about these kids and have a passion for our calling.” -Fox News

NHCLC board member, immigrant and pastor Carlos Moran said "we, as evangelical leaders that serve in different segments, are very committed to helping children regardless of their status and we commend those officers that are trying their very best to serve and fulfill their duty at the border. However, we do call on our political leaders to set aside their personal agendas and begin focusing on resolving this immigration crisis."