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Thursday, July 17, 2014

They should be living in tents on the WH lawn

Feds to house illegal immigrants at multimillion-dollar hotel

The United States is the only country in the world actively engaged in importing illegals. We are witnessing Democrats deliberately sabotaging their own country in the hope of collecting more votes. On the other hand... had they believed illegals voted Republican the border would be sealed tighter than a drum before I could finish writing this.

Just yesterday a principle of a grade school in MA stated buses pulled up to her school and dumped 238 illegal children at her doorstep and left. The children were from Central America and could not speak English or Spanish. She said, "they speak in a tribal dialect." As far as she could tell they have never set foot in a classroom. BTW... Where do they go when the school day is over?

 This is flat out wrong and the taxpayer is footing the bill.

Are you going to sit still for this?


The Obama administration could soon be housing hundreds of illegal immigrant children at a multimillion-dollar hotel complex in Texas, just a few miles from the Mexican border – and it could cost taxpayers nearly $50 million, sources with knowledge of the deal tell me.

"It's an extraordinarily expensive operation," said an official with knowledge of the plans. "We're talking tens of millions of dollars. It's a lot of money."

The Palm Aire Hotel is not exactly Club Med but the 7-acre site features three swimming pools, lighted tennis courts, concierge service and a Jacuzzi.

BCFS, previously known as Baptist Child and Family Services, which has a contract with the Department of Health and Human Services to run camps at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio and Fort Sill in Oklahoma, is negotiating to purchase the Palm Aire Hotel in Weslaco, Texas, for $3.8 million. The hotel was built in the 1980s and includes traditional hotel rooms and suites.

"This facility is part of the solution for alleviating overcrowded conditions seen in Border Patrol facilities as a result of the increase in migration from Central America," BCFS spokesman Asennet Segura said in a prepared statement. 

"This facility will be largely self-contained and provide a safe setting for the community to respond to this influx, as well as the children who are separated from their families."

And they're talking about hundreds and hundreds of illegal immigrants.

Remember the movie

They dispersed pods all over the United States.

Barry's doing the same thing... merely substituting illegals for pods.

BCFS says they could house as many as 600 children between the ages of 12-17 at the Palm Aire. It also plans to provide medical and mental health care and educational and recreational programs.

"The centralized intake facility will be the first of its kind in the nation, allowing for quick transfer of children from Border Patrol custody and expedited release to their families," Segura said.

Once it's fully operational, the facility will cost taxpayers around $50 million, a source with knowledge of the expenses told me.

"Frankly, it's a lot of money -- no question about it," my source said, adding that American taxpayers "will be furious" when they receive the total bill.

I reached out to the Department of Health and Human Services for comment but have not received a response.

The Palm Aire Hotel is not exactly Club Med -- but the 7-acre site features three swimming pools, lighted tennis courts, concierge service and a Jacuzzi. The property also has around 10,000 square feet of retail and meeting space.

I called and spoke to one of the owners of the hotel who confirmed the pending sale but stressed that they were not responsible for what replaces their business.

BCFS said it plans a multimillion-dollar renovation to fence in the property and turn the meeting rooms into medical facilities. It plans to remove the tennis courts and put in soccer fields.

It also plans to hire 650 workers – some making upward of $45 per hour. If you're doing the math, that's more than $16 million annually in salaries and benefits. And every paycheck will be covered by American tax dollars.

"It's going to be an expensive contract," my source said. "It's like running a hospital, 24/7."

My BCFS source said having a facility so close to the border will save money over time, and it wants the hotel to become a one-stop facility – a place where the children can undergo medical screening and behavioral screening. It also hopes to house immigration courts at the hotel. They anticipate children staying at the facility no longer than 15 days at a time.

"This is better than scattering kids all over the United States without the proper screening," my source told me. "All these services need to be on the border." 

Contact your representatives in Congress and  put a stop to this today.


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