By Kaylee Greenlee
Daily Caller News Foundation
Haitian migrants deported after arriving at a temporary migrant camp under an international bridge in Del Rio, Texas, were upset and angry they lost their chance at the American dream, Reuters reported on Tuesday.
Over 300 Haitian migrants were deported on Sunday back to their home country on three flights, according to Reuters. Some 12,000 migrants established a temporary camp under a bridge after crossing the Rio Grande River from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico.
“I left Haiti to go find a better future,” a woman named Stephanie told Reuters. She said immigration officials transported her from the temporary camp under the bridge to a detention center before putting her on a return flight to Haiti.
“If jobs could be created, we would never have exposed ourselves to this misery in other countries,” Stephanie added, according to Reuters.
Several of the Haitian deportees said they weren’t told where they were going, Reuters reported. Haitian