Let’s do a November 2014 Saturday flashback. Obama thought of everything when dealing with our fence jumpers from around the world. But he didn’t care so much for our Border Agents.
Obama shipped illegal gang banger kids from South of the border into our neighborhoods without so much as telling the Governors of the States involved. At least we can feel great that when they strut their stuff with their pants hanging around the low-end of their butt, we will have paid for their underwear. Anyone want to bet they weren’t made in the good old USA? On second thought, just who are these size 6 Xers? The Obama Department of Homeland Security is purchasing 100,000 pairs of underwear and sports bras for illegal aliens.
ICE made a similar purchase only five months ago when the agency purchased 42,000 pairs of men’s underwear, including 6X-Large briefs for men weighing over 450 pounds.
“We have to accommodate all varieties of sizes since we encounter a global population,” ICE spokesman Carl Rusnok told the New York Post.
Here is the bid solicitation. Meanwhile, are Border Agents being quietly unarmed? Obama will do everything and anything to demoralize those that would protect us. But plenty of money for underwear.
Your tax dollars, hard at work.
1 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: Medium Per Dozen – 600 DZ
2 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: Large Per Dozen – 600
3 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: X-Large Per Dozen – 600
4 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: 2X-Large Per Dozen – 400
5 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: 3X-Large Per Dozen – 400
6 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: 4X-Large Per Dozen – 400
7 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: 5X-Large Per Dozen – 300
8 White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs Size: 6X-Large Per Dozen – 200
45,000 pair. Yes, a good start.
H/T: Weasel Zippers
Border Patrol being stripped of their rifles
The News 4 Tucson Investigators have uncovered that some U.S. Border Patrol agents have lost a key part of their arsenal. And that has agents who patrol along the border here, extremely worried.
We learned that U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Offices of Border Patrol and Training and Development are inspecting the quality of agents’ M4 carbines throughout Border Patrol sectors nationwide. But agents tell us, some of those M4s have not been replaced. And, we’ve learned, agents are required to share rifles amongst each other.
“There’s a lot of agents that are pretty upset over it,” said Art del Cueto, president of the Border Patrol’s Tucson Sector union. “We know it’s a dangerous job. We know what we signed on for but we want to have as much of the equipment as we need to perform the job.”