Skip to comments.Proposed site for migrant children hosted Katrina evacuees
Posted on 07/18/2014 4:09:37 PM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
Joint Base Cape Cod could become a temporary home for hundreds of migrant children in custody after attempting to cross the US-Mexico border. Its not the first time the military facility has found itself at the center of a large-scale effort to provide makeshift housing for people fleeing crisis.
In the days after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, then-Governor Mitt Romney announced that as many as 2,500 evacuees from the Gulf Coast would come to the Cape as part of a massive relief effort. They were to stay at Camp Edwards, which is part of the joint base.
Its not clear whether the migrant children will actually be sent to Joint Base Cape Cod. The site remains under federal review, along with Westover Air Reserve Base in Chicopee. Patrick has said they would stay about four months. During that time, Congress will continue to debate whether theyll be able to stay in the United States and if so, how theyll live.
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America has become infested with the braindead. Braindead freeloaders are everywhere. Why are we insisting on importing more of them? This is crazy!
The Uniparty is our enemy. Make no mistake about it.
Children = teen and 20s gangbangers.
The word "children" is getting ruined like "gay" did.
Its just rumor but a friend tells me he’s heard that near Elkhart Indiana are previously unused FEMA trailers full of illegals in overflow lots owned by companies that made the trailers.
He’s also heard that they’re quickly filling up campgrounds.
I was in Katrina (from Biloxi, MS not New Orleans) and the federal government gave me next to nothing. When I got to Texas the women at the food stamp office literally laughed in my face.
Did the writer say “migrant children” enough or what? They think if they tell a lie often enough, it will become the truth but it doesn’t work that way.
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