Skip to comments.Illegal Border Crossers Offered Movies, Ping Pong, Sautéed Zucchini
Posted on 06/13/2014 7:50:45 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Building 267 at Naval Base Ventura County, which previously served as a processing facility for navy sailors on their way to sea, is now being used to house 180 children from Central America who were stopped by U.S. border patrol agents illegally crossing the Texas border.
The Los Angeles Times reports that, by early next week, the number of children to be housed at the Port Hueneme location will reach its maximum capacity of 575. It is predicted that, this year alone, up to 90,000 minors, unaccompanied by adults, will cross the southwest U.S. border and will be cared for at a cost exceeding $2 billion to U.S. taxpayers.
According to the Obama administration, the feeding and caring of the children at the Port Hueneme facility is considered to be a response to a humanitarian crisis on the country's borders. Southwest Key, a social services not-for-profit contractor, is overseeing the operation. Reporters were allowed to view the large warehouse, which is encompassed by a chain-link fence, but were told not to talk to the children or take pictures....
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But I thought we didn’t have the money to round them up and send them back? But lots of money to fly them around the country and wine and dine them I guess.
Well Obama said they are the Future of the United States ,uneducated beggars, sounds just like him
No, no, no ... give them endless hours of pure boredom and Taco Bell, and they will beg to back to Mexico.
Why are we torturing them with Zucchini?
“Reporters were allowed to view the large warehouse, which is encompassed by a chain-link fence, but were told not to talk to the children or take pictures....”
And like bleating sheep they complied. I hate the media.
Some thought should be given to who organized this. It takes planning, organization and money. Underage kids just don’t set out from Central America or anywhere else without some support and transportation.This was not a spontaneous event.
I think America is the first country to ever to have a welcome wagon handing out welcome baskets to invaders of their country. Okay, maybe France did it a couple of times. It’s still “historical”. That’s what happens when a non-American is elected as president.
LGBT community get first pick
Might I suggest a certain Kenyan and his administration?
“This was not a spontaneous event.”
Veterans die waiting is the number one outrage, but, and I know I’ll get flak for this, there are also hundreds of thousands of AMERICANS who have lost all their unemployment and can’t find jobs but the number one priority for democrats like mr. mulato, crooked reid, peloonie, boner, mcconjob, et al is friggin illegals already here and the tens of thousands they are inviting over.
How about kick em in the ass and throw em over the border.
I was a career counselor for about 20 years altogether and found thousands of people decent jobs. Anyone here who needs help looking for work for themselves, their families or friends can FReepmail me at any time.
Good to know. Thanks for offering your services!
$2.3 Billion for “the children”
Only uneducated until bow-boy gets is EO for student loans written into law. Until then, they must find a state who’s Rhino will do the same.
It’s being organized by our government. In fact, our government is paying the coyotes. JMO
Here’s the Senate Appropriations Committee members. Let them know what you think about how they spend our money.
Dick Durbin, Illinois, Chairman
Patrick Leahy, Vermont
Tom Harkin, Iowa
Dianne Feinstein, California
Barbara Mikulski, Maryland
Patty Murray, Washington
Tim Johnson, South Dakota
Jack Reed, Rhode Island
Mark Pryor, Arkansas
Thad Cochran, Mississippi, Ranking Member
Mitch McConnell, Kentucky
Richard Shelby, Alabama
Lamar Alexander, Tennessee
Susan Collins, Maine
Lisa Murkowski, Alaska
Lindsey Graham, South Carolina
Dan Coats, Indiana
Roy Blunt, Missouri
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