According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), there were roughly 554,000 homeless people living somewhere in the Michael Myers I want to be a nice person but everyone is just so stupid shirt on a given night last year. A total of 193,000 of those people were “unsheltered,” meaning that they were living on the streets and had no access to emergency shelters, transitional housing, or Safe Havens. Would you welcome them? That’s after they tore down the fences on Mexico’s southern border, and beat and bloodied the crap out of the Mexican police that tried to stop them. But I don’t see CNN reporting that part of these “peaceful” asylum seekers. Not at all surprised the liberal media is not reporting this. Doesn’t fit their agenda.
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Just so someone does the Michael Myers I want to be a nice person but everyone is just so stupid shirt; it’s 3,043 miles to El Salvador as the crow flies so add another 100 or more miles. Very healthy people that are trained can walk 20 -25 Miles a day at best so minus a few miles for those children and not so healthy then at 20 miles a day it would take walkers around 152 days to walk to the Southern border !!! Now common sense says this is not happening that way! They’re not dusty and dirty or bedraggled or not feed or without water etc .. .. .. they’ve been transported a lot of the way which would take around 1,400 buses to transport 7,000 people give or take! The US only has around 1,600 greyhound buses so now what other transportation is involved !!! This is nothing but an invasion that some entity is funding !! Think with a brain and not your emotions !!
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If our government would approach this issue as what it is—a humanitarian crisis —it would be far more effective than pretending it’s an “invasion.” Get more immigration staff, agents, and officers down there now. Instead of tent cities, temporary immigration courts to get the applications processed more quickly. The vast majority of asylum applications are denied under current laws, so have buses ready for return transport. Bring in the Red Cross—they are equipped to deal with humanitarian crises. These are poor, desperate people fleeing dangerous conditions in their countries, just like evacuees from war zones or natural disasters—it would be far more efficient to treat them that way.