Immigrant wears 'F— YOU ALL' hoodie among more than a thousand people dropped off in San Diego

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A man wearing a hoodie that read “F— YOU ALL” was among more than 1,500 immigrants dumped on the streets of San Diego over the weekend after funding for a city-funded immigration center dried up was.

The eye-catching clothing was captured in a photo shared on X by City Manager Jim Desmond.

Immigrants were dumped on the streets of San Diego. (Jim Desmond)

“Welcome to America?” Just one of hundreds of illegal immigrants dumped on the streets of San Diego,” Desmond wrote.

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The image showed San Diego's streets and airport flooded in recent days following the closure of a $6 million taxpayer-funded migrant processing center run by a nonprofit.

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The San Diego Migrant Welcome Center ran out of money in just four and a half months. The center wasted $1.5 million a month providing migrants with a haven to charge their phones until they were processed and sent to their final destination.

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The center has welcomed around 81,000 migrants since October.

In recent days, the Iris Transit Center in San Ysidro, north of the U.S.-Mexico border, has been inundated with migrants.


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“It's a shame for our country and what we've become and the fact that we treat immigrants this way,” Desmond told FOX 5 San Diego. “Border Patrol is their Uber, San Diego is their travel agency.”

Danielle Wallace of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.