Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/tapped-out-san-diego-non-profits-running-out-of-space-for-migrant-caravan-members/
Relief organizations and non-profit groups operating in San Diego are rapidly “running out of space” as hundreds of potential asylum-seekers are processed at the United States’ southern border with Mexico.
Despite thousands of Central American migrants camping out in Tijuana and other cities across northern Mexico, hundreds of immigrants have had their cases processed by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency.
“A group of San Diego-based nonprofits claim they are running out of money and space to house, clothe and feed hundreds of asylum-seeking families ICE agents have been quietly transporting in and dumping onto the streets,” writes Fox News.
“The shelter can accommodate only about 150 people, with average stays of 24 to 48 hours,” Edward Sifuentes, a spokesman for the ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, said. “It stays filled to capacity because as quickly as one group of families moves on, others are released by immigration authorities.”
“These migrant families consist of small children as young as a 3-day old baby,” said the executive director of Catholic Charities. “We don’t have resources. We are working on shoe-string budgets. This started on Oct. 26. It’s week 5. It’s not sustainable.”
Read the full story at Fox News.