Wednesday, July 2, 2014



Temecula, CA – Immigrants being bused from Texas were turned away by Murrieta protestors yesterday during the day, but tonight during the night, Murrieta, Temecula, French Valley, and those on the plateau will be looking for another type of migrant seen to be hanging around the past two consecutive Wednesdays in the valley – UFOs, or aliens of the 3rd kind.

From NBC - A bus carrying migrant families was on the move once again early Wednesday, hours after being blocked by flag-toting protesters in Murrieta, California. The immigrants - mainly children and their families who had fled violence in Central America - arrived in the San Diego area on three buses Tuesday after being transferred from a facility in Texas. Residents and city leaders in Murrieta, including Mayor Alan Long, oppose the transfers, saying they are burdens on the town. "This is a failure to enforce federal law at a federal level,” Long said in a statement posted on his Facebook page.

The buses were eventually rerouted to a border facility at San Ysidro where they were held into the early hours of Wednesday. At least one of the buses left San Ysidro at 1.30 a.m. local time (4.30 a.m ET) for an unknown destination, NBC Los Angeles reported

However, while the busload of ‘illegal aliens’ may have brought out the ‘You’re Not Welcome’ sign from this area of Riverside Country as well as those who remember the creed of 'Give me your poor, your tired, your huddled masses' shouldn’t just apply to those from across the Atlantic, aliens of the third kind [after legal, illegal, 3rd kind or celestial] seem to be checking out the valley.

Seen in this picture from a local living on the plateau, Serge Cohen identifies where he saw a light [UFO] descend behind a ridge. 

Pictured here are lights [UFOs] over Date Street in Murrieta on the next night, a Thursday 6/26/14, following the mass sighting on Wednesday 6/25/14.

As darkness falls tonight, not all eyes will be looking for another busload of faith from South of the Border, down Mexico-way.

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