It’s no wonder Joe Biden doesn’t want any visitors at his child concentration camps. He doesn’t want anyone to know the squalid conditions that are there. I would not send my worst enemy to one of those camps. If I had any enemies other than Father Time. The BBC investigated a child detention center in Texas. What they found was not only disgusting but dangerous as well.
Findings by the BBC from interviews with staff and migrant children revealed allegations of sexual abuse, COVID-19 and lice outbreaks, long waits for medical attention, a lack of clean clothes, and children served under-cooked meats. Staff members provided the BBC with leaked photos and video from inside detention centers.
A group of the kids is now suing the Biden administrations. They cite emotional and sexual abuse, undercooked food. his investigation centered on a tented facility that was constructed. The facility reported that they had few lice kits and so, the disease is running rampant in the cramped camps. If you get sick, you have to wait hours to be treated.
Staff and children told the BBC the facilities served under-cooked meat to hungry children — some of whom became ill after eating.
“Sometimes the chicken had blood, the meat very red,” a 15-year-old boy said. “We couldn’t stand our hunger and we ate it, but we got sick from it.”
One employee told the reporters, “Hundreds of children have tested positive for COVID.” They also reported outbreaks of the flu, strep throat, and lice.
Employees also told the BBC about children in need of urgent medical attention being neglected, the report continues. A staff meeting recording provided by one employee described an incident where a child was coughing up blood and urgently needed medical attention.
“They said ‘we are going to send him to lunch’,” the employee heard from another staff member. “It was a three and a half hour wait to see anybody.”
The facility reportedly lacked sufficient lice kits, allowing the parasites to spread rampantly in the overcrowded facilities.
Reports from U.S. Customs and Border Protection show that more than 78,000 unaccompanied alien children were apprehended by Border Patrol agents in Fiscal Year 21 through the end of May. This is up nearly 300 percent from the prior year. The children mostly came to the U.S. from Guatemala, Honduras, and Mexico.
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