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    Homeland Security Seeks Thousands Of Pairs Of Underwear For Detained Immigrants

    June 24, 2014 10:05 AM

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    The Department of Homeland Security is looking to fulfill an order for thousands of pairs of men’s underwear – with hundreds of the requested men’s briefs in the 5X and 6X-large sizes. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

    Related Tags 100% Cotton Men's Briefs, 6X-Large pairs of underwear, Border Patrol, Breitbart News, Central American unaccompanied minors, Department of Homeland Security, deportation, detained aliens, detention facilities, Federal Business Opportunities, federal solicitation, Green Valley News, ice, illegal aliens, illegal immigrants, men's briefs, men's underwear, Nogales Arizona, President Barack Obama, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

    El Paso, Texas (CBS HOUSTON) –
    The Department of Homeland Security is looking to fulfill an order for thousands of pairs of men’s underwear – with hundreds of the requested men’s briefs in the 5X and 6X-large sizes.
    A solicitation posted earlier this month by the Immigration & Customs Enforcement office seeks thousands of “White 100% Cotton Men’s Briefs” ranging from mediums to hundreds of 6X-large pairs of the underwear.
    ICE facilities have seen a recent influx of detained immigrants awaiting deportation, during which time, the detention facilities require such basic items for the detained aliens, Breitbart reported. The ICE orders for the underwear are not unusual for the immigration detention facilities, according to ICE officials.
    “This [request for quote] is a normal solicitation for routinely procured items needed at ICE-owned detention facilities around the country,” an ICE spokesperson explained to Breitbart News on Monday. “At ICE-owned detention facilities, the agency is required to provide basic necessities in order to feed and clothe detained aliens.”
    The solicitation placed through Federal Business Opportunities cites that the large order – and large underwear – are bound for El Paso, Texas.
    But such clothing orders may likely be needed in similar alien detention facilities across the southwestern U.S.
    Earlier this month, more than 1,000 unaccompanied Central American children crowded into a Border Patrol facility in Nogales, Ariz. The flood of Central American minors has increased dramatically since last year, sparking what President Barack Obama called an “urgent humanitarian situation” near southwestern U.S. borders.
    According to Green Valley News, the children are given medical exams, background checks, food, clothing and showers in the period before they are deported. However, a Border Patrol spokesman said that the agency is not accepting clothing or toy donations because there is not enough staff to inspect the items for cleanliness or safety.
    State Sen. Andrea Dalessandro, D-Sahuarita, said there is not enough space in the crowded holding facilities to handle donations of clothing.
    DHS data on arrested unaccompanied minors shows that since Oct. 1, there have been 11,577 from Mexico, 13,282 from Honduras and 11,479 from Guatemala. There have been 9,850 from Salvador.

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    The Department of Homeland Security is looking to fulfill an order for thousands of pairs of men’s underwear – with hundreds of the requested men’s briefs in the 5X and 6X-large sizes.
    WOW!! Those are awfully BIG "children"!!
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    Drudge Report

    BORDER MESS: 'HOMELAND' UNDERWEAR CRISES

    URGENTLY NEED 42,000 PAIRS!



    Homeland Security Seeks Thousands Of Pairs Of Underwear For Detained Immigrants - CBS Houston
    The Department of Homeland Security is looking to fulfill an order for thousands...
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    that's a lot of Drawers
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    I don't think the size needed was for the kiddies
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    US elastic border stretching with overweight migrants

    By Geoff Earle
    June 24, 2014 | 4:56am
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    The feds are looking for undies like these XXXXXXLs. Photo: Kristy Leibowitz

    The feds are not just being besieged by migrants pouring in from Mexico, they’re dealing with a startling influx of illegal fatties!
    The Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has put out a bid for 42,000 pairs of white 100-percent-cotton men’s briefs — and are in desperate need of super-sizes like 4,800 size “2X-Large,” 4,800 “3X-Large” and “4X-Large,” and 3,600 “5X-Large.”
    The nation’s elastic border is stretching even further. The ICE officials say they also need 2,400 pairs of “6X-Large” underwear — a garment that retailers say can fit someone weighing as much as 500 pounds.
    The contract solicitation, requiring delivery within 30 days, was posted June 5.
    The items need to be delivered to El Paso, Texas, right at the belly of a wave of illegal immigration.
    “We have to accommodate all varieties of sizes since we encounter a global population,” ICE spokesman Carl Rusnok told The Post.
    Contracting agent Jason Martin of FedBid.com said he had never before heard of purchasing such large underwear.
    “I think 4[X] is the biggest I’ve seen or heard of,” he said.
    Casual Male XL in New Hyde Park was selling three-packs of Harbor Bay 6XL men’s briefs for $30 a pack on Monday.
    “A very portly guy would wear this,” a store employee said. “It looks like a pair of pants.”
    Alan Schlosser, owner of Edward Alan Big & Tall in Commack, LI, called it “unfortunate” that there is actually a “fair amount” of demand for the huge size 6X underwear.
    “We do carry the size, and unfortunately, many people wear it,” he said. “Why’s it unfortunate? Because it’s rather unhealthy.”
    Anyone ordering such a size probably weighs in at 450 or 500 pounds, Schlosser said.
    “I never weighed these people, but I have to assume that’s what they weigh,” he added.

    Filed under Illegal Immigrants, Immigrants, Obesity, US Customs and Border Protection

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    Hmmm, I guess hunger can't be used as a reason the illegals are coming.
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