Red Cross Is Handing Maps To Illegals, Helping Them Invade U.S. 

( The Biden Administration’s porous border allows a steady stream of illegal immigrants to enter the country, and the Red Cross provides instructions to illegal immigrants who are planning to enter the United States, complete with directions to the border, advice, and links to free services. 

The maps are part of a packet stamped with the International Committee of the Red Cross and American Red Cross logos. Defined routes leading illegal immigrants straight to U.S. border communities, including El Paso, McAllen, and Nogales, are shown on the map. 

The box also includes “self-care” recommendations for surviving the desert, such as how to safely leap from trains and where to get free contraception. 

Additionally, late in February, DHS and FEMA announced that they would reallocate $350 million to the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP), which provides funding to groups that shelter, feed, and transport illegal immigrants who have been released into border towns. 

The American Red Cross is represented on the EFSP board, funding organizations that aid “newcomer” communities. 

The packet also includes information on where women and girls may get birth control to help them prevent or deal with “unwanted sexual experiences.” 

The charts detail five railway routes and instruct immigrants on how to properly get on freight trains for free passage to the United States. El Centro, California; Yuma, Arizona; El Paso, Texas; Del Rio, Texas; Laredo, Texas; and the Rio Grande Valley in Texas are the last stops for the trains entering the United States. 

Some illegal immigrants turn themselves in to Border Patrol agents to be allowed to stay in the country rather than being deported. Some illegal immigrants even try to elude authorities. Advocates for illegal immigrants commonly refer to them as “asylum seekers,” although filing an asylum claim is not a prerequisite for entry into the United States. 

A representative for the Red Cross said that their work is part of the International Red Cross and the Red Crescent Movement and “neither hinders nor promotes migration.”  

When asked whether government monies were utilized, the group didn’t provide an answer.