The Biden administration is looking to hire a private contractor to operate a little-known migrant detention facility on Guantanamo Bay, Cuba that will be able to temporarily house up to 400 illegal immigrants.
The government's contract opportunity reveals that a minimum of '10% of the augmented personnel must be fluent in Spanish and Haitian Creole' – indicating they are planning to send some of the massive influx in Haitian migrants to the island U.S. Naval base.
'Utterly shameful,' she slammed on Twitter.
Progressive lashed out at images that emerged over the weekend of Border Patrol officials and agents on horseback using what appeared to be whips to deter a massive group of migrants gathering on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico.
The images were slammed as 'inhumane' and 'horrific,' despite the Texas Border Patrol agents vehemently denying that they whipped migrants.
President Joe Biden's administration is seeking private contractors to run a migrant detention facility in Guantanamo Bay – a facility meant for 120 people that he hopes will temporarily be able to house 400 people
Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed the move as 'utterly shameful'
The contract opportunity document was first posted on September 17 – as an influx of mostly Haitian migrants set up an encampment near the Del Rio International Bridge
The migrant detention facility on Guantanamo Bay has a capacity of 120 people, but the government document is requesting that the site maintain the equipment to house up to 400.
According to the document, the facility 'will have an estimated daily population of 20 people, however the service provider shall be responsible to maintain on site the necessary equipment to erect temporary housing facilities for populations