The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas will concentrate a massive amount of young migrants into one camped spot.
A new report from the Associated Press details how the Biden administration plans to turn a convention center in downtown Dallas into a mass holding facility for 3000 migrant teenagers. The memo released today to Dallas city council says the so-called “decompression center” will be for males aged 15 to 17.
AP notes that the Border Patrol has to hold children for longer periods because the Health and Human Services Department has long since run out of space.
“American authorities encountered people crossing the border without legal status more than 100,000 times in February — a level higher than all but four months of Donald Trump’s presidency” the outlet describes the situation as.
It’s unclear if the Dallas convention center will be an improvement. As the packed tent facilities meant migrant children having to wait upwards toward a week just for a simple shower. This happening as the CDC has long since thrown out capacity limitations for these types of scenarios.
Earlier this month the Biden administration made a big deal about ending the family detention center style of holding facility.
In June 2019 the firebrand AOC remarked: “Concentration camps are considered by experts as “the mass detention of civilians without trial.”
Today White House Press Secretary continued to brush off the border issue. She responded to questions from the media about it by stating that she’d rather not “get into the fun of labels.”
Common consensus tends to point toward disaster situations where FEMA needs to get involved (as ordered by the Homeland Secretary two days ago) as anything but fun.
In a rare acknowledgement on the issue, Nancy Pelosi pinned the blame on former President Trump for the increasing migration levels seen between January and March 2021. One has to question the validity of her statement considering even The New York Times can cite incoming migrants directly saying “Biden promised us!”