Hundreds of Immigrants to Be Sheltered at Border Patrol Training Academy

CBS Houston, June 26, 2014

Hundreds of illegal immigrants are going to start being sheltered at the Border Patrol training academy in Artesia, N.M.

Up to 700 immigrants are expected to arrive at Federal Law Enforcement Training Center by the end of the week.

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On Wednesday, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer toured a holding facility in Nogales that is housing hundreds of children that have been apprehended at the border over the past few weeks.

“Dang it, the federal government has got a job to do,” she said. Asked whether the state should provide resources during what many say is a humanitarian crisis, Brewer said only that the federal government has made it clear she does not have any authority in addressing illegal immigration. Brewer was referring to a federal lawsuit against Arizona after Brewer signed into law the sweeping immigration bill known as SB 1070.

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“I want to continue to emphasize to all those who are listening, including the parents of kids, parents that may be considering sending their kid from Central America, that this journey is a dangerous one and at the end of it there is no free pass, there is no ‘permisos’ for your children to come to the United States,” Johnson said.

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  • TruthBeTold

    The feds were scouting for housing in Grand Island, New York (near Buffalo).

    Feds wanted to house children in U.S. illegally at Grand Island hotel

    Grand Island, N.Y. (WIVB) – Federal officials showed up at a Grand Island hotel on Friday morning, on an apparent scouting mission.

    A manager at the Byblos Niagara Resort and Spa, located at 100 Whitehaven Road, confirms to News 4 that the hotel was visited Friday by officials from Customs and Border Protection, as well as the Department of Homeland Security.

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    The email also contained a link to a Presidential Memorandum, dated June 2, which directs the government to provide “humanitarian relief” to unaccompanied alien children, “including housing, care, medical treatment and transportation.”

  • An abandoned Wal-Martinez, too:

    www (dot) 13wham (dot) com/news/features/top-stories/stories/brockport-building-considered-house-illegal-immigrants-13280.shtml

  • Samuel_Morton

    In other news, Mark Zuckerberg is digging tunnels from Silicon Valley to Artesia, NM. The tunnel will be equipped with signs reading “this way for jobs starting at $0.25/hour”.

    • Marc Zuckurburg

      I’m not that stingy.

      They’ll be able to make $0.30 an hour after a year on the job.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Don’t you love brown slaves so much more than black ones?

        The mean old state “authorities” around here got serious about businesses that gave brown slaves the opportunity to slave away (which is what they do, of course) and a bunch of brown slaves lost their “jobs” at the local chicken plant.

        Within a week it went from little Tijuana to little Monrovia.

        Now the chicken is noticeably slightly worse and the chicken plant guys have to pay black slaves a lot more for slightly worse product.

        But you like them Hindi high brown house tech slaves, I know. How’s the wife doing?

    • Manaphy

      If Mark Zuckerberg loves non-whites so much, why doesn’t he just marry one?

      Oh wait….

      • Does it still result in instant deletion if I merely mention that Zuckerberg isn’t even white or is that mod finally on his seltzer break?

        • Manaphy

          I’ve already tried mentioning (on another article) that a certain group of people are more responsible for immigration to Europe than the EU. That post was deleted five times, so I’m going to go with yes for the Zuckerberg question.

    • Pro_Whitey

      What, you don’t trust our employers to abide by minimum wage laws, even as they hire people who are in the U.S. illegally? Raising the minimum wage in an environment where illegals can come so easily is just a prescription for leaving native-born Americans unemployed. More of what Sam Francis called anarcho-tyranny, the laws being enforced oppressively against some and not enforced at all against others.

  • Nimadan

    Amren commented: “The irony is lost on our rulers.”

    Oh, our rulers get the irony alright; they just don’t care. They are nothing if not shameless.

  • ElGringo

    It’s not irony to the ruling scum but rather an intentional slap in the face of White Americans but we here are already well aware of that.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Every time they tell me I’m going to be a minority by such and such a date it feels less like a friendly reminder and more like a not-so-subtle threat. Which it is.

  • Ngati Pakeha

    Put them up in the Lincoln bedroom. They wouldn’t be the only illegals in La Casablanca?

    • Alexandra1973

      More like La Casanegra.

  • Ringo Lennon

    Why don’t they just block off where these illegals are coming in. Problem solved.

    • Greg Thomas

      Because they have no desire to stop this invasion. They only are interested in aiding and abetting it at this point. The border patrol has been reduced to a mexican outreach organization, staffed with anchor babies and others who are sympathetic to the invaders. They don’t even try to hide it any longer.