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U.S. Detention Manual “Hospitality Guideline For Illegal Immigrants”

March 3rd 2012   ·   9 Comments

In a never-ending mission to accommodate illegal immigrants, the U.S. government has issued new federal detention standards offering arrestees a number of outrageous perks, including female hormone treatments for transgender men, abortions for women and “ethnically diverse” diet options.

It’s all part of the Obama Administration’s commitment to reform the immigration detention system so that its more humane, according to the Homeland Security agency—Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)—responsible for the revamping. The “revised standards” will also improve medical and mental health services, increase access to legal services and religious opportunities, improve the process for reporting and responding to complaints and offer detainees with limited English proficiency translators.

Illegal immigrants will also receive generous and ethnically diverse options for a “nutritionally balanced diet,” an increase in visitation and better recreation programs and facilities. For instance, undocumented aliens in U.S. custody will now have access to a variety of exercise equipment, mandatory outdoor time in natural light and recreational options such as soccer, volleyball and basketball. Board games and television will be available as “sedentary activities.”

The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Texas Congressman Lamar Smith, says the new ICE detention manual sounds like a “hospitality guideline for illegal immigrants.” In a written statement posted on the committee’s website, Smith points out that the revised standards dramatically expand privileges and resources to illegal immigrants in federal custody “far and beyond” what’s required by law.

“The administration goes beyond common sense to accommodate illegal immigrants and treats them better than citizens in federal custody,” Congressman Smith said. “The new detention manual contains extensive and customized details for each illegal immigrant’s stay, regulating everything from the salad bar to recreational activities to medical care.”

He further points out that illegal immigration already costs American taxpayers billions of dollars each year and this new detention system will only add to the tab. “The Obama administration consistently puts illegal immigrants ahead of the interests of American citizens and taxpayers,” Smith added.

A version of this column originally appeared in www.judicialwatch.org.

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Readers Comments (9)

  1. June Sherman says:

    Is anyone really surprised???

  2. WHY ARE PEOPLE NOT PAYING ATTENTION???

  3. Sue Moore says:

    Think I will become illegal so I can get some benefits!!!!!

  4. The only manual should be a deportation manual.

  5. Kathy Bolsen says:

    Texas has placed reinfroced gunboats along the border.

  6. Joe Rosas says:

    Simple, they are criminals, treat them as such!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. This is so stupid. We don’t have a country anymore. Obama has a hostel for any kind of lowlife that wants to come in.

  8. Marie Boccia says:

    @ Mary you are so right! He is comfortable with the lowlife, look where he came from and who he hung out with!

  9. What the heck???? People please, please, please, pray without ceasing and work our little tail ends off the make sure this administration is a one term disaster!!!





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