An anonymous source leaked photos and spoke on the newly built overflow immigration facility in Texas last month to Project Veritas.
Their source said, “These photos were taken within the last few days. There are eight pods with eight cells each in the facility. At any given moment there are an average of 3,000 people in custody here. They are separated by age or physical size depending on room. Fifty were COVID positive in these cells over the last few days. There have been multiple sexual assaults, normal assaults and daily medical emergencies.”
James O’Keefe, Project Veritas‘ CEO, tweeted the photos on Monday and stated there were an average of 3,000 people in custody a day.
In a follow-up tweet, he said 50 migrants were COVID positive and many reports of sexual/normal assault.
The photos show crammed sleeping areas with thin bedding (with some children sleeping on the floor) and space blankets for the use of sheets.
According to the source, there are as many as 3,000 people at any given time which averages to about 47 people per cell.
President Biden’s administration blocked any forms of media or NGOs to look into the new facility for “privacy and safety reasons.”
An insider within the Department of Homeland Security leaked to Project Veritas, via a document, there will be a new Central American-based caravan headed to the United States on March 30.
The document said, “in the days leading up to March 30 and should a caravan form, CBP personnel in the region will work closely with and maintain constant communication with CBP Partners including ICE, as well as local security and immigration agencies.”