Friday, June 20, 2014

Obama's DHS Solicited Vendor Bids In January To Handle 65,000 "Unaccompanied Alien Children"

The swarms of children across the US border from Mexico appears not to have been the surprise our government claims it was (Thomas Lifson, The American Thinker).
The Obama administration’s claim to have been surprised by the wave of children flooding over out borders may turn out to be another political lie of the year. Sundance of Conservative Treehouse noticed a very peculiar advertisement:
On January 29th of this year, the federal government posted an advertisement seeking bids for a vendor contract to handle “Unaccompanied Alien Children“.
Not just any contract mind you, but a very specific contract – for a very specific number of unaccompanied minors: 65,000.
• Why would DHS and ICE be claiming “surprise” by the current influx of unaccompanied minors on the border in June, when they were taking bids for an exact contract to handle the exact situation in January?
• Secondly, how could they possibly anticipate 65,000 unaccompanied minors would be showing up at the border, when the most ever encountered in a previous year was 5,000 total ?
The bid specifics are even more suspicious:
[...] The Contractor shall provide unarmed escort staff, including management, supervision, manpower, training, certifications, licenses, drug testing, equipment, and supplies necessary to provide on-demand escort services for non-criminal/non-delinquent unaccompanied alien children ages infant to 17 years of age, seven (7) days a week, 365 days a year. Transport will be required for either category of UAC or individual juveniles, to include both male and female juveniles. There will be approximately 65,000 UAC in total: 25% local ground transport, 25% via ICE charter and 50% via commercial air.
[...] In addition, the Contractor shall have personnel who are able to communicate with juveniles in their own designated language(s).
Here's a screen shot of the ad: The text is in a word document linked in the ad.



Similar to what I'd mentioned in the post last night on Gov. Rick Perry, Lifson rightfully suspects this is right out of the playbook of the Cloward-Piven strategy.

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