GOP Rep. Mark Green (R-TN) slammed Democrats’ obvious double standards after news emerged over what will happen inside the Dallas Convention Center in the next few months.
According to a memo sent to the Dallas City Council, the building will act as a “temporary shelter” for up to 3,000 male illegals for 90 days.
“The memo says the contract will soon be finalized and FEMA and the DHS want to start the operation possibly this week,” ABC News reported.
The male teenagers will stay “while plans for a permanent shelter or links to sponsorship families can be made,” according to the memo.
The Biden team recently had to use FEMA to help with the large influx of illegals, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas has said.
“I am very proud of the Border Patrol, who have worked in difficult circumstances to care for children temporarily in our care,” he said. “We are partnering with HHS to ensure that these children are moved into HHS custody as quickly as possible, consistent with lawful requirements and in the best interest of the children.”
But many of the restrictions put on Americans seem to not be a part of handling the immigration crisis. As Rep. Mark Green pointed out on twitter:
“3,000 illegals can be packed into the Dallas Convention Center, but Americans can’t go to games? This is mind boggling,” Green wrote.
Let me get this straight. 3,000 illegal migrants can crowd into the Dallas Convention Center, but Americans still aren’t allowed to attend in-person games? The Democrat double standard is mind boggling. https://t.co/rx1kd4MtNa
— Rep. Mark Green (@RepMarkGreen) March 16, 2021
The CDC also announced these shelters could be run at 100% capacity, removing their previous rule that 50 percent be the max to stop the spread of coronavirus. The announcement was hit with a backlash since many businesses, schools and churches across the nation still face restrictions.
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