A lawsuit has been brought by lawyers representing illegal alien children who accuse the Biden/Harris administration of forcing them to live for months in squalid conditions.
Complaints include undercooked food, bright lights that are kept on even during sleeping hours, and no showers. But, in fairness to Biden and Harris, you have to be involved to see things like this.
These conditions do not just exist on the border but all across the United States.
“Migrant children housed in U.S. pop-up shelters reported overcrowding and long stay times, spoiled or undercooked food, and lack of access to showers or clean clothes, according to testimonials filed in court Monday.”
“Seventeen minor migrants shared accounts with lawyers of their time in emergency shelters after crossing into the U.S. unaccompanied by adults. Some reported depression while others described trouble sleeping with round-the-clock bright lights.”
There is a requirement that unaccompanied minors can only be held by the shelters for 72 hours but many are kept confined for 60 days. Biden skirts the law by transferring them from border detention facilities and moving them to detention facilities from the Health and Human Service Department. But, even in those centers, the conditions are horrible and the children get only one hour a day outside.
One of the children who spoke to attorneys wrote in her testimonial:
“The food here is horrible. Yesterday we were given hamburgers but I couldn’t eat them because there was a foul odor coming from the bread. I only eat popsicles and juice because that is the only food that I can trust.”
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“Lawyers were given access to speak with children in these facilities as they monitor government compliance with the Flores Settlement – a 1997 agreement governing conditions for which detained immigrant children can be kept,” the Daily Mail reported. “The team of attorneys have interviewed children and conducted site visits at the emergency shelters, which were originally intended for short stays.”
The reports also seem to indicate a growing issue with depression among child migrants house at HHS facilities, particularly among the girls.