The Biden administration has quietly signed a five-year contract worth over $500 million from American tax dollars to house illegal aliens' children.
These children will be living at a luxury private school campus in Greensboro, North Carolina for the next five years (with an additional five-year option).
Last month, the American Hebrew Academy announced that its sprawling 100-acre campus in Greensboro would be leased by Biden’s Health and Human Services (HHS) to resettle and house UACs arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Back in 2019, the school was closed but was saved with millions of dollars in loans from a Chinese company that effectively took over the school. The campus has been renamed the Greensboro Piedmont Academy Influx Care Facility for UC. UC stands for unaccompanied children, meaning Biden is incentivizing families to send their children alone on the dangerous trek to illegally cross the U.S. southern border for the chance to get all expenses paid care courtesy of Uncle Sugar.
The luxury campus includes 16 dormitory buildings, 35 residential staff apartments, and an $18 million athletic center that features rock climbing walls, basketball courts, and an eight-lane swimming pool.
About 800 staff will be hired to provide educational courses, translation services, recreational activities, medical care, counseling, and security to the illegal alien children aged 13-17.
According to reports, three contracts have been signed this year:
$49.8 million for the five-year lease with the academy, and two five-year contracts with Deployed Resources worth $177.1 million for consulting and administrative support and $166 million for social services. The latter contract has a “potential award amount” of $322 million which would put the Biden administration’s spending well over half a billion dollars if meant for the academy.
Last week, the Greensboro News & Record reported that the Department of Health and Human Services said in response to a query on what Deployed Resources would be doing for the high dollar contracts:
The News & Record sent an email to HHS asking exactly what services would be provided by Deployed Resources.
In its response, HHS said, “through a contractor, ORR anticipates that some 1,500 people will staff the facility, across two to three shifts, in a variety of roles including case managers, mental health clinicians, medical clinicians, administration, logistics, food service, and other areas.”
The News & Record also reported the American Hebrew Academy “also will be contracted to provide onsite education for the children” in addition to the $49.8 million lease.
More News & Record:
“While in ORR care, children have access to medical treatment, legal services, translation services, education, and mental and behavioral health counselors and are able to connect with the family at least twice a week,” HHS said. “Children also meet with a case manager at least weekly.”
You can read the full report HERE.
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