A Texas couple was incensed after smugglers dumped five small girls aged one to six on their property Saturday night with no food, water, or anyone to care for them.
The young girls spent the night alone until the husband of rancher Kate Coleman Hobbs happened upon them during his rounds on Mother's Day morning.
Watch her explain what happened in her own words:
"If this doesn't make you mad and make you want to take to the streets, I don't know what will."
Kate also had this to say:
"This is happening everywhere!!!! Share, make calls, raise hell! Stop this inhumanity! This summer is going to be a killer for many! 110 degrees! Stop! Stop this!"
Kate's husband – who noted the day's temperatures were set to exceed 100ºF – had a few thoughts as well:
"This country is really getting humane, Mr. Biden. He's doing a deal. They ought to send 'em all up there to the White House and put them in there with him, and he can put his mask on."
Here was border patrol arranging to have the children transported for medical evaluation and care:
In case it wasn't clear, Kate made absolutely no bones about who she thinks is responsible for little kids being smuggled across the border:
I don't want to imagine what would have happened if those precious girls had been undiscovered for another day or two.
I also don't want to think about the other children who have been undoubtedly dumped in similar fashion but were never discovered – and yet, the call to love others demands that I do.
It's easy for us to make this immigration problem a policy issue – to deal in realms of theoretical causes and effects.