Jimmy Hobbs, 75, a farmer on the US who’s property is on the US-Mexico border went out to round his property around 8:30 am and what he found horrified him.
While driving around his property he found five small girls abandoned after being discarded by the group they were with that illegally entered the county.
Three of the girls were from Honduras (7 and 2), the two other were from Guatemala and were aged 5 and 11 MONTHS!
“I was making a round on the farm and about 8.30 in the morning, I was just driving along and all of a sudden I see them.
“Five little baby girls, all by themselves, hungry crying. One didn’t have any clothes on. Immediately, I called border patrol but they’re snowed under, they don’t have any help either.”
“I waited for a while then I called one of my workers and asked his wife to go up to the house and bring some food and water,’ the farmer said.
The farmer brought the girls into shade and gave them food and water for “two and a half hours” before police arrived.
“It was really hot. I don’t think they would have made it if I hadn’t found them,” he said.
An image was shared by US Congressman Tony Gonzales showed how Hobbs found the girls, in the background his wife Katie fumed, “These children dumped out on the side of the river here on our farm. If this doesn’t make you mad and make you want to take to the streets, I don’t know what will. They have no mother, no father, no nothing. This is one of our workers’ wives right here taking care of this tiny one. No one with these children.”
Take a good hard look at the #BidenBorderCrisis These young girls were found outside a ranch near Quemado, Texas in #TX23. The Del Rio Sector border patrol tell me they are uninjured, healthy, and in good spirits. 🙏 @POTUS enough is enough let’s work together solve this crisis. pic.twitter.com/mt5P7ysN9g
— Tony Gonzales (@TonyGonzales4TX) May 9, 2021
Hobbs said that in the 75 years he has lived on the property this is the worst he’s ever seen it.
Both he and his wife warned that “thousands more” are going to die this summer because of the temperatures and President Biden’s immigration policy.
Katie Hobbs added, “There’s going to be thousands. This is just five miles of the Rio Grande. That’s a huge border, this is happening all up and down it.”
“It can’t go on. It’s going to be too hot. There are going to be a lot of deaths, a lot of suffering this summer.”
The farmer and his family pleaded with President Biden to tighten the rules and to come see the crisis for himself.
“We’re talking about how the United States is a humane country – this is not humane anymore and it all started under him[Biden].”
Last night I shared a heartbreaking photo of young children found by a farmer on his land in Quemado. While we thank God they were found alive, these tragic scenes are happening more & more.
Today I visited with him & talked about the border crisis. We need a solution now. pic.twitter.com/Zzvk4UgAGc
— Tony Gonzales (@TonyGonzales4TX) May 10, 2021
May 11, 2021
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