Guest post by Kristinn Taylor
The Obama administration will pay illegal aliens to work at a new ICE detention center that features amenities most poor American families can only dream of:
** All you can eat meals
** A beauty parlor
** Flat screen TVs
** Access to cable channels
** Free lawyers
** Free Doctors
** Free Dentists
** A workout gym
A federal contractor told TIME Magazine the illegal alien children receive a “first class” treatment provided by the US government.
All they have to do is make it here illegally.
TIME Magazine finally wrote a report on the first class treatment the illegal alien children are receiving thanks to Barack Obama – two weeks after a similar reports by Kristinn Taylor at The Gateway Pundit. And, of course, the administration is hiding this information from the American public.
Sharyl Attkisson reported:
A thought-provoking article in Time regarding the federal contracts given to house tens of thousands of illegal immigrant children.
It highlights the role of a nonprofit called “BCFS” which, according to Time, has received more than $280 million since December to operate temporary housing shelters for children who illegally cross the Mexican border into the U.S.
On July 7, two days before [the charity head] met Obama in Dallas, the Department of Health and Human Services awarded BCFS $190,707,505 in a single grant.
The Time article also brings attention to an ongoing theme under the Obama administration: its penchant to withhold public information of public interest. According to Time, “To shield vulnerable kids from angry opponents of immigration and the media spotlight, the government declines to disclose the locations and activities of many of the facilities operated by BCFS and similar organizations. That protectiveness comes at a political cost. Governors in states across the U.S. have assailed the federal government for sending kids to their states without notifying local officials, and congressional critics say that massive amounts of taxpayer money are being spent without proper oversight.”
BCFS’s job is massive. According to Time, it has devoted 1,400 employees to manage its temporary shelters this year. At least one U.S. Senator, Charles Grassley (R-Iowa), is concerned about possible lack of appropriate oversight.
TIME Magazine also reported on the first class accomodations of the illegal alien shelters:
The federal grant money for sheltering unaccompanied children, provided by HHS’s Administration for Children and Families, has so far totaled $671 million during the 2014 fiscal year. BCFS has received 40% of those funds, making it the largest recipient of money disbursed to contractors to temporarily house unaccompanied children until they can be reunited with family members or placed in foster care. Dozens of other organizations are involved in the effort, including Southwest Key Programs, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops…
…“There’s not one bit of care that those kids were receiving that wasn’t first class,” says Chris Liebrum of the Baptist General Convention of Texas, a Baptist network with which BCFS is affiliated.”