Obama is Housing Illegal Alien Invaders in “Suites” w/Flat Screen TVs
Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.
In Obama’s America, illegal alien invaders live better than Americans do.
The feds said the rooms will be referred to as “suites.” The suites are furnished with bunk beds, play tables for children, flat-screen television sets and landline telephones.
“I will refer to everyone in this facility as a resident. ICE generally refers to people in custody as detainees,” ICE San Antonio Field Office Director Enrique Lucero said.
The center has a soccer field covered with artificial turf, basketball courts, ping pong tables and a weight room
There is a room where the immigrants will get to pick new clothes. Every illegal immigrant will be able to choose six sets of clothes, including shoes and socks.
The feds estimate it will cost approximately $74,000 a day to house 532 immigrants at the center.
A questioner asked, “Why is the Federal government accommodating people who are crossing illegally with activities like ping-pong, basketball and flat screen TVs in their rooms. And how does the Federal government expect folks back in Central America to see these images through national news and think it’s dangerous to cross.”
The answer is obvious.
Obama is encouraging them to come and making the magnet as big as possible.
“I am pretty sure you will agree this is nothing like we have seen before,” said ICE field office director Enrique Lucero during Thursday’s media tour of the facility.
Previously, the people being held at the facility were called detainees. Now they will be called residents. Guards are now called resident advisors. Even the facility itself will be referred to as a resident center rather than a detention center.
Other amenities include recreational fi
elds, a library, internet access, and a cafeteria which will serve three all-you-can-eat meals a day.
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