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Biden admin awards $86 million to cover hotel costs for migrants at the border

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The Biden administration set aside $86 million to pay for hotel rooms for homeless migrant families near the southern border, Axios reported Saturday. Roughly 1,200 migrant family members will be able to stay in hotels with the new funding.

The contract is through a non-profit called Endeavors and will last for six months, funding rooms in Arizona and Texas.

Moreover, Axios suggests that ICE is overwhelmed and does not have the ability to keep migrants housed.

Conservatives across Twitter were quick to point out the fact that thousands of homeless veterans will sleep on the street tonight while our government rushes to fund illegal immigrants staying in the country.

The article notes that hotels are likely safer for COVID-19 transmission, but they do not follow the safety protocols that border patrol facilities maintain.

Read the full report here.

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FAKE COMPASSION: Sara Carter on the left’s hypocrisy over wellbeing of migrants

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Sara Carter joined Fox News’ ‘The Next Revolution’ to discuss the Democrats’ fake compassion for immigrants. Carter begins discussing her trip to Martha’s Vineyard, an island flooded with yard signs with claims of “we welcome immigrants” “we stand with everyone” and more. However, when only 50 were place there, they were immediately flown away to a military base within 40 hours.

Carter then “went back to the border, to Eagle Pass” where she described it as “a graveyard of unknowns. Of people that have died crossing the Rio Grande River.”  There were graves of babies and unknown John Does baby.

There was “nothing but PVC pipe to mark the graves of people that had been buried there. no one claimed their bodies, no one knew who they were” added Carter.

One horrifying piece of information is that “right now, under President Biden, there are over 750 bodies that have been claimed at the border, and growing. And that’s just of the people we know about” said Carter.

 

 

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