Non-profit groups operating in San Diego are rapidly “running out of space” and money as hundreds of potential asylum-seekers are processed at the United States’ southern border with Mexico.
They’re not holding them, they’re dumping them in our streets. Liberals its time to open up your homes and to put your money where your mouth is.
— Life’sAnAdventure (@EHannnnnnn) December 7, 2018
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – A group of San Diego-based nonprofits claim they are running out of money and space to house, clothe and feed hundreds of asylum-seeking families ICE agents have been quietly transporting in and dumping onto the streets.
The San Diego Rapid Response Network (SDRRN), a coalition of human rights, service and faith-based organizations, is urging government officials to develop and implement “a sustainable plan to keep vulnerable asylum-seeking families off the streets and help them reach their final destination.”
The organization claims that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has released hundreds of migrants into San Diego – the largest land border crossing in the world.
The problem, SDRRN says, is that the recent influx is too much to handle.
“The shelter can accommodate only about 150 people, with average stays of 24 to 48 hours,” Edward Sifuentes, a spokesman for the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, said. “It stays filled to capacity because as quickly as one group of families moves on, others are released by immigration authorities.” More
Not taking in these illegal invaders and closing our borders isn’t mean or heartless! I lock the doors to my house every night. I don’t lock them because I hate the people outside my house. I lock them because I love the people inside my house!