After all, doesn't everyone have a price? Well, not me and not a few other people I know but still.
Liberty News has an exclusive:
Dec 2010 and Nov 2013, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Galveston received $15,549,078 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Project” with a program description of “Refugee and Entry Assistance.”
Last year, the Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth received $350,000 from Department of Homeland Security for “citizenship and education training” with a program description of “citizenship and immigration services.”
Between September 2010 and September 2013, the Catholic Charities of Dallas received $823,658 from the Department of Homeland Security for “Citizenship Education Training” for “refugee and entrant assistance.”
From Dec 2012 to January 2014, Baptist Child & Family Services received $62,111,126 in federal grants from Health & Human Services for “Unaccompanied Alien Children Program.”We're seeing such magnanimity from church officials extended to people who are entering our country illegally because they're getting cold hard cash to do it.
A couple called Rush the other day to complain that their Catholic church had called to ask them to "temporarily" house a few of these illegal entrants for a while.
Then there're the "brown shirts" of the BCFS who've taken over handling the children in many of these government camps, threatening medical personnel with "arrest" if they report what's really going on in the camps.
What does the acronym stand for? The rumor is that it's Baptist Children & Family Services, though you'd be hard pressed to discover that information from the company's website, which touts its extensive partnership with the government.
Somehow I feel like the Obama administration is like an old Dr. Who episode, where robots carrying ominous syringes pursue a victim while droning, "Do not be alarmed! This is a kindness."
These churches are presenting their actions as deeds of kindness, even while holding their hands out for government money.
This is just the way the unions, AARP and the health care industry were bought off to support Obamacare which will encourage "palliative" care as opposed to actual treatment for senior citizens. The ads are running even now. You may have seen the one with the word "radiation" crossed out and the word "dad" substituted, accompanied with a photo of a son embracing an ill father. Palliative care---pills---are cheaper than treatment.
So who are you gonna believe when it comes to understanding the origin and resolution of the border insurgency?
Me or your lyin'.....