Tuesday, April 6, 2021

U.S. Soldiers At Fort Bliss Are Banned From Taking Photos Of Migrant Tents Built To House Unaccompanied Migrants

Officials have refused to say how many migrants are currently being held at the army base but White House press secretary Jen Psaki said last month that the Fort Bliss facility could house about 5,000 beds. Photo courtesy of CBS4 


 * The tents, officially referred to as Emergency Intake Shelters, were set up at Fort Bliss in El Paso last month 
 * They are to house unaccompanied migrants amid an influx arriving at the border 
 * Officials refused to say how many migrants are currently being held at the base
 * No official photos have been released of the Fort Bliss Emergency Intake Shelters so far
 * Sources told Fox News that military personnel at the army base have been ordered not to take photos of the tents 

The US Military has built six tents at the Fort Bliss Army base in Texas that can each hold up to 1,000 migrants - but soldiers have reportedly been banned from photographing the camp amid the border crisis. 

The tents, officially referred to as Emergency Intake Shelters, were set up at Fort Bliss in El Paso last month to house unaccompanied migrants amid an influx arriving at the US-Mexico border. 

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WNU editor: This Democrat congresswoman is pleased with the camps, but no photographs were shown .... El Paso Congresswoman pleased with migrant holding facility on Fort Bliss (KFOX14).

2 comments:

kidd said...

Just like Hitler

Anonymous said...


Tents? What tents? These are tourist accommodations.