FEMA Sets Up Camp At New Illegal Alien Detention Facility
Agency likely using border collapse to determine how to construct detention camps for government-declared emergencies
by Kit Daniels & Adan Salazar
July 18, 2014
Federal Emergency Management Agency vehicles were spotted outside a new illegal alien shelter in McAllen, Texas, raising concerns that FEMA is using the border collapse to determine how to construct and manage detention centers for Americans during a government-declared crisis.
Both FEMA and the Border Patrol were present during construction of the new 55,000 square foot shelter, which is expected to house up to 1,000 immigrant children just three miles north of the border, and subcontractors were moving quickly to erect privacy fences to keep the controversial facility out of public view.
Nestled in a manufacturing complex less than a mile from the McAllen Border Patrol station, the revamped warehouse features benches, sleeping mats, laundry facilities, a recreational area, a mess hall and isolation units.