"Well, would it surprise you to learn that is now known that the American Red Cross is actually facilitating illegal immigration?" she remarked during the April 24 episode of "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" on Brighteon.TV.
Vandersteel recounted that back in February, it was revealed that the ARC had been handing out visualized routes to migrants at the U.S. border, showing them where to go and what to expect as they illegally enter the country. She reiterated that these guides were physical paper guides that illegals were supposed to refer to upon entering American soil.
These illegal migrants are given access to aid, shelter and the best routes possible so they can possibly sneak in the border where they get tagged and released for a future court appearance. However, these illegal aliens never show up in court and simply ignore any summons for them to appear. (Related: Illegal immigrants are being given perks and deposited across US communities at an alarming rate – Brighteon.TV.)
The ARC sits on the board of the Federal Emergency Management Agency's Food and Drug Shelter program. According to Vandersteel, this program hands out millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to nonprofit groups dedicated to supporting illegal aliens after they have been released into the U.S. interior.
Given this, the ZFF co-chair and president called on the ARC to stop giving money to illegitimate organizations that are doing nothing but helping sabotage and destroy America.
Vandersteel mentioned that Texas Attorney General (AG) Ken Paxton is now planning on launching a probe following reports showing that aid being issued by the ARC includes visual guides for illegal aliens. While a formal investigation has not yet been launched, Paxton said he and his staffers are starting to gather facts.
The host also mentioned that the Texas Bar Foundation (TXBF) is allegedly involved in aiding and abetting these illegal immigrants. According to Vandersteel, Paxton's office opened the same probe last year into the TXBF.
Paxton accused the foundation of facilitating the surge in illegal immigration at the southern border by knowingly donating money to groups that support illegal immigration at the Texas-Mexico border and potentially using taxpayer dollars received from the State Bar of Texas.
Vandersteel added that it should be noted that all of the "top dogs" at the ARC are raking in huge amounts of money, with salaries of over $1 million every year plus benefits.
Paxton said in a statement to the Daily Caller that he is "concerned" about these allegations.
"We have the authority to oversee charitable organizations in our state and investigate them if we see any type of corruption or wrongdoing. And so, we're definitely open to looking at any nonprofit that we have some type of information that suggests that they're violating federal or state law," he said.
Reacting to the accusations, the State Bar of Texas said "partisan political considerations play no role in determining whether to pursue a grievance or how that grievance proceeds through the system." This suggests that it is not doing anything illegal with these handouts.
Meanwhile, the ARC has yet to respond to the Texas AG's investigation into its handout of guides helping the illegal migrants who are flooding into the country in record numbers and taking over towns and cities all across Texas and other states in America.
Watch the April 24 episode of "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" below. "Right Now with Ann Vandersteel" airs Monday to Friday at 8-8:30 p.m. on Brighteon.TV.