Local activists have rallied around the group of migrants, seeking to bring them to shelters and get them the supplies they need, according to El Paso Times.
Rep. Beto O’RourkeRobert (Beto) Francis O’RourkeSanders supporters deny coordinated attacks on O’Rourke’s progressive credentials O’Rourke warns of threat from Trump: ‘What’s happening now is part of a larger threat to us all’ Five Democrats who could be dark horses in 2020 MORE (D-Texas), who is reportedly eyeing a bid for the presidency in 2020, was on hand to meet some of the migrants released by ICE.
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He also tweeted during the day, encouraging people to assist the migrants.
“Hundreds of migrant families released onto the streets of El Paso on Christmas Eve, without food, money or help. ICE says more will be released tomorrow and following day,” O’Rourke tweeted on Monday. He attached a link to a local shelter that is currently seeking to house the migrants, Annunciation House.
O’Rourke asked locals to drop off fruits and meals for the migrant families, which include small children.