Equipped with “culturally appropriate” food and clothing, no less!
The Biden’s administration has turned Fort McCoy in Monroe County, Wisconsin, into a “small city” for Afghans brought to the United States, including “culturally appropriate clothing and food,” a new report details.
As part of Biden’s massive resettlement operation, about 53,000 Afghans are currently temporarily living on eight U.S. military bases in Wisconsin, New Jersey, Texas, Indiana, New Mexico, and Virginia.
Fort McCoy is housing the most Afghans of all the basesand has become a small city of sorts for the new arrivals who have not completed immigration processing.
“The Village” at Fort McCoy is made up of eight neighborhoods where Afghans are provided services and support, including English courses. In addition, Afghans are provided with “culturally appropriate clothing and food” while at the base:
“Afghan families have been sorted into neighborhoods of orderly white barracks, where they are waiting for their immigration paperwork, employment authorizations and health screenings to be processed. Most children seem to have recovered from the initial shock of a sudden, frenzied evacuation that tore them from their homes, according to volunteers. Kids are visible everywhere on the base, high-fiving soldiers, playing outside, and making arts and crafts while their parents learn key phrases in English classes. (“Would you like to pay in cash or card?”) Along with vaccinations, they are being given culturally appropriate clothing and food, military officials say.”
In a recent report, witnesses have called the U.S. bases “small cities” for Afghans. A handful of single Afghan women at Fort McCoy told reporters that they were harassed by Afghan men for being on the base without male counterparts.
“We were told, ‘How are you here without your male family member? We won’t tolerate this,’” one of the single Afghan women recalled. As a result, military officials had to move all single Afghan women into their own neighborhood on the base to avoid confrontations with Afghan men.
Sharia law in America is well underway!
A former Afghan Air Force pilot told a reporter that the Afghan children on the base “are the future of the United States” and stated that “they will be scientists, engineers.”
Biden is hoping to bring at least 95,000 Afghans to the U.S. over the next year.
Author: Asa McCue