FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – Hundreds of migrants from the U.S.-Mexico border will be sent to Broward County, the county announced Thursday.
County officials say the federal government will be sending immigrants on a weekly basis.
However, officials said, the immigrants will be sent without “designated shelters or funding to house them, feed them, and keep them safe.”
“This is irresponsible policy. To bring hundreds of people here every week without providing the necessary resources to house and feed them is inhumane,” Bogen said. “Although our Commission has not had the chance to address this issue, in my opinion, the people that we can’t find shelter for and will become homeless, I would suggest, that we bring them to the Trump hotels and ask the President to open his heart and home as well.”
Broward’s release ended with the following statement: “Broward County is not a sanctuary city and the Florida Senate recently passed a controversial bill banning such cities in the state.
What do Debbie Wasserman Schulz county wants? To keep the poor families in cages near the border? Liberals are heartless bastards.
Dear President, please drop the immigrants in US 1 in Ft Lauderdale. Plenty of hotels there and the beach is a great place to be if they can’t get a hotel room. Maybe we should donate tents and blue tarps.