ROXHAM ROAD: Refugees STILL WELCOME at illegal Canada/U.S. border crossing
Even though the borders are closed, the floodgates are still open. Roxham Road is still letting "refugees" into Canada, despite the fact there's a global pandemic. You may have believed the RCMP would have shut down the illegal operation. After all, Canadians are being fined or threatened for not wearing masks, social distancing or self-isolating. But if you thought that meant there would be some enforcement of our border controls, you'd be wrong.
For the first time in history, the land border between Canada and the U.S. was shut down. Justin Trudeau stood on his soapbox and insisted it was for the betterment of the country. But he forgot to add that the border was just shut down to you.
You can't go visit your dying aunt in Montana, but illegal migrants can cross be welcomed across the border anytime.
According to locals on the road, "a bus every weekend" brings illegals and their luggage to a previously undisclosed location.
We found that location, and we spoke to the guards, staff and valet drivers whose sole job is to keep Trudeau's future voters safe, and out of the media spotlight.
Trudeau's slum is located several kilometres to the east of Roxham Road, off the highway and behind some trees. If you were not looking for it, you wouldn't notice it, but it is there.
Row upon row of ATCO trailers, propane tanks and water heaters, along with a compliment of dozens of full time staff members, attending to the fake refugee's every need.
While there are boil-water advisories on indigenous reserves across Canada, Trudeau prioritized hauling a massive water truck to help the illegals.
The staff at this site were not happy that we found them, and became volatile when we started asking questions.
We spoke to the RCMP, private security - even the CBC - in this blockbuster exposé that you will not want to miss.