August 26, 2019
Pictured: Brown refugee children groping America.
The amount of money being wasted on stuff for the invaders is exorbitant.
The federal government is searching a wide swath of Central Florida for a place to house 500 unaccompanied immigrant children as part of the Trump administration’s plan to establish a permanent shelter in the region, the Orlando Sentinel has learned.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is seeking to locate the shelter in an area that includes the area near Walt Disney World as well as Orlando, all of Seminole County, most of Orange and Lake counties and portions of Osceola, Sumter and Polk counties.
In all, the department is looking to lease a building of about 100,000 square feet with 125 bedrooms that would be move-in ready by November 2020, according to a General Services Administration listing.
“Care will be provided 24 hours a day/seven days a week by 500 staff,” the listing reads. “The shelter will require child bedrooms/sleeping areas, child bathrooms, classrooms, indoor recreation/multipurpose areas, medical, dining/food service, administrative and support space. Approximately 2 acres of exterior space shall be provided for outdoor recreation areas.”
The site would need about 275 parking spaces and be leasable for about 15 years. Brokers were required to express interest by Aug. 16, with offers due in October.
Hiring at least 500 staff for 500 brown immigrant children and leasing a big facility for about 15 years.
We’ve gone from “build the wall” to “hire at least one nanny for every brown refugee kid” in quite a short period of time.
The cost of this is insane.
They keep telling us immigration is Good For The Economy but these brown kids are never going to pay back in taxes the cost of their nannies and housing. They’re just going to keep taking and taking and taking.
Americans are sacrificing their future for nothing.
In fact, they are actually paying to sacrifice their future.
In a letter last month, HHS contacted state lawmakers and mayors informing them a search was underway for vacant properties in Central Florida, as well as Virginia and Los Angeles. The Office of Refugee Resettlement cited a “dramatic increase in referrals of (unaccompanied children) from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security this Fiscal Year and continues to operate in emergency influx mode.”
A spokesman for U.S. Rep. Dan Webster, R-Clermont, whose district includes parts of Lake and Sumter counties included in the GSA’s boundaries, said his position was unchanged from July, when Webster issued a statement saying “current facilities are overwhelmed, and temporary shelters are expensive and unable to provide the standard of care that every child deserves.”
Any brown refugee child who reaches American soil is automatically granted Human Rights, which means that Americans have to pay for them in every possible way. Food, shelter, bathrooms, showers, nannies, clothing, entertainment, education — everything.
Paying for the offspring of our enemies is The American Way. It’s Our Values and Who We Are.
Sister Ann Kendrick, an activist and spokeswoman for Hope CommUnity Center in Apopka, said the new details “sound like they’re creating a long-term strategy for separating children and for housing children.”
She added, “Who is going to benefit? Not the people of this country. And certainly not the children, who should be united with their families.”
Oh, but that’s where you’re wrong, Sister Ann. Brown refugee children are the people of this country now.
Their families will also come, eventually.
This isn’t a country of people.
It is a country of values.
Values change all the time.
Demographics change all the time.
Change is Progress.
Progress is Good.