Skip to comments.Emergency Managers Are Concerned About Bad Weather and Illegal Immigrants
Posted on 07/28/2014 6:29:19 PM PDT by magna carta
MCALLEN - Rio Grande Valley Emergency Management officials are concerned that the large amount of people here illegally may pose a dangerous situation in the event severe weather like a hurricane threatens the Valley.
People who cross the border illegally have long been part of conversation in law enforcement circles.
But now, emergency managers in McAllen have questions of their own, in the event of a hurricane.
"You have extra sheltering areas and detention centers right here," said Barry Goldsmith, Brownsville National Weather Service Coordinator. "And are they able to withstand the wind, are they able to withstand flood waters nearby to get humanitarian relief."
All these questions come with the responsibility of keeping illegal crossers safe in the event a hurricane strikes.
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I wonder how many on this forum are “worried” about IA’s and bad weather conditions.......
Invading armies past could only dream of stupidity like this, on display day after day after day....
Well, they are possibly being sheltered in a lot of the shelters usually reserved for disasters, so if there is a disaster, where will the Americans go?
With more funding they can negotiate with the hurricanes and tornadoes and get them to keep from blowing the illegal around. Obama say it will take his musical powers to do so though. He can do it for the low sum of $3.7 billion
With more funding they can negotiate with the hurricanes and tornadoes and get them to keep from blowing the illegals around. Obama say it will take his magical powers to do so though. He can do it for the low sum of $3.7 billion
“And are they able to withstand the wind, are they able to withstand flood waters... “
Now wouldn’t THAT be a shame IF the Obama Liberal government had another unintended consequence of their actions?
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