California: Crowd of Protesters Block Illegals From Entering U.S. Border Patrol Station

Dozens of protesters blocked the road Tuesday so buses full of undocumented immigrants couldn’t make their way to a U.S. Border Patrol Station in Murrieta.

Approximately 140 people were flown into San Diego from Texas at 11 a.m. and bused to Murrieta around 2:20 p.m., with similar groups expected to arrive every three days.

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More than 100 protesters — waving large American flags and holding signs that opposed higher taxes and “new illegals” — waited in the hot sun all day for the three charter buses to arrive at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection station in Murrieta.

Federal agents tried to avoid a conflict by taking a route that steered clear of the front entrance.

But instead, the crowd created a human wall that blocked the street and forced the buses to make an unplanned detour to a processing center in San Diego County.   Read the full article

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