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47 minutes ago, mr.d said:

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1 hour ago, jaman said:

Here they come.  22 tested positive for Covid.  I wonder how many of the Go Dubois Liberal trinity are are sponsoring and taking these people in? They have been very quiet .

They're all staying at Conman's residence. He's awfully busy,.

 

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4 hours ago, jaman said:

Here they come.  22 tested positive for Covid.  I wonder how many of the Go Dubois Liberal trinity are are sponsoring and taking these people in? They have been very quiet .

I am a foster parent already and if asked to take one of these CHILDREN,  I would do so. 

Its interesting to see how many GoDuBois Christians left church at noon and were posting about poor, innocent, homeless  children at 1pm.   Does the Bible only apply to American children?

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just wondering if there are foster parents in their home country?   We too have been FP's but dont you think there are more "family" members in their home country that could help or take them in?   Were all of these kids in a orphanage ? if not then they had parents or guardians taking care of them

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I don't believe 3rd world countries have a foster parent system nor support for minors without families. 

I can't imagine the hell a parent has to have experienced to have decided that best option they have is to send their children with a smuggler and hope that their lives are better in the US.  I can't even fathom being that desperate. 

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This government is not taking care of it's poor citizen kids. 

 

Teen Homelessness Statistics

Covenant House and the Covenant House Institute strive to be knowledge leaders in the field of homeless youth services by sharing what we have learned over our more than 40 years of experience. We share statistics on homeless youth in America in hopes to inform other service providers, impact policy decisions and engage people like you who want to help us wage a war on youth homelessness.

Every Year, More Than 2 Million Kids in America Will Face a Period of Homelessness

Behind the face of every homeless young person is another heartbreaking story – a teenage boy abused by his alcoholic parent, a pregnant girl rejected by her guardian, or a teenager trying to escape gang membership or a life of forced prostitution.

In case after case, the main cause of youth homelessness is physical, sexual, and/or emotional abuse from parents or guardians.

The facts about homelessness are staggering ... but acknowledging the depth of the problem is the first step in fixing it.

  • 57% of homeless kids spend at least one day every month without food.
  • In the United States, as many as 20,000 kids are forced into prostitution by human trafficking networks every year.
  • According to a study of youth in shelters, nearly 50% reported intense conflict or physical harm by a family member as a major contributing factor to their homelessness.
  • More than 25% of former foster children become homeless within two to four years of leaving the system.
  • 50% of adolescents aging out of foster care and juvenile justice systems will be homeless within six months because they are unprepared to live independently and have limited education and no social support.
  • Almost 40% of the homeless in the United States are under 18.

In addition to these heartbreaking statistics, a study issued by the Covenant House Institute revealed that:

  • 41% of Covenant House kids witnessed acts of violence in their homes.
  • 36% of Covenant House kids indicated that someone in their family used drugs regularly.
  • 19% of Covenant House kids reported being beaten with an object.
  • 19% of Covenant House kids reported that they have endured sexual abuse.
  • 15% of Covenant House kids reported that someone close to them had been murdered.

That's why Covenant House works day and night to provide shelter and support for kids who have endured lives of abuse, neglect, and homelessness. In 2015, Covenant House provided services to more than 51,000 of these kids. Our Residential and Community Service Center programs cared for 29,987 homeless kids, and Covenant House Street Outreach teams served an additional 21,186 homeless and at-risk youth on the streets in the 21 cities where Covenant House operates.

 

https://www.covenanthouse.org/homeless-teen-issues/statistics

 

 

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We can't take care of all of the homeless citizens here, and that includes children and veterans.  We should not be bringing in other people to take care of, especially when many of our own schools and businesses are still closed due to this pandemic.  Our borders should not be open until everything else here is open to citizens. 

We should not be expected to fix all of the problems of the world at the expense of our country.  There are many reasons to be against this and they do not make someone unchristian. The debt we are getting further into daily is just mind boggling to me. I fear for what is going to happen here in the next few years. 

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7 minutes ago, momtothree said:

We can't take care of all of the homeless citizens here, and that includes children and veterans.  We should not be bringing in other people to take care of, especially when many of our own schools and businesses are still closed due to this pandemic.  Our borders should not be open until everything else here is open to citizens. 

We should not be expected to fix all of the problems of the world at the expense of our country.  There are many reasons to be against this and they do not make someone unchristian. The debt we are getting further into daily is just mind boggling to me. I fear for what is going to happen here in the next few years. 

On Point Post.

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3 hours ago, momtothree said:

We can't take care of all of the homeless citizens here, and that includes children and veterans.  We should not be bringing in other people to take care of, especially when many of our own schools and businesses are still closed due to this pandemic.  Our borders should not be open until everything else here is open to citizens. 

We should not be expected to fix all of the problems of the world at the expense of our country.  There are many reasons to be against this and they do not make someone unchristian. The debt we are getting further into daily is just mind boggling to me. I fear for what is going to happen here in the next few years. 

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