Sunday, June 15, 2014

DHS Secretly Stash Illegal Alien Children In Military Hangers

If you've been following this story in the news, you're only hearing part of the story. Even aides on the Hill are saying that "the situation has spiraled completely out of control."

(National Review) Department of Homeland Security officials are secretly housing the Central American children surging across the southern border in a Army airfield hangar that has not been identified as "an illegal immigrant processing/holding center" by the federal government, a watchdog group reports, citing a "high-level source" at the military installation.

Busloads of people are being sent to Fort Bliss, Texas, according to Judicial Watch. “Three large buses recently pulled into the hangar then unloaded passengers out of sight as if to hide what’s going on,” Judicial Watch reports based on its source. "The Obama administration has identified three military installations — Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Ventura County Naval Base in southern California and Ft. Still Army Base in Oklahoma — as the only ones being used to process the barrage of illegal alien youths that have crossed into the U.S. through Mexico recently," the report says. Fort Bliss has not been identified.

"This shows the situation has spiraled completely out of control," a Senate Republican aide suggested to National Review Online. "Which is why the administration is hiding the details from the American public."

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  1. The U.S. is asking for a disease epidemic to break out with the condition these children and adults with them are being made to endure. The first child to die will be forever blamed on Obama because he has encouraged these defenseless people and children to come here in the first place.

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