Update: Inspector General Looking into Huge Contract to Shelter Illegal Aliens

This is the latest on a post I wrote a little over a month ago about a federal contractor (Endeavors) that landed a massive no-bid contract and now the Dept. of Homeland Security Inspector General has launched an investigation.

The size of the contract and the connection to a Biden insider raises red flags.

Here is what I posted in April:

UAC News: Congressman Says Biden Transition Team Member Landed Massive Government Contract

Here is the latest….

From Fox News in Wilmington:

DHS Inspector General reviewing huge no-bid contract with company connected to former Biden official

 

EXCLUSIVE: The Department of Homeland Security’s Inspector General’s office is evaluating a multi-million dollar contract awarded to a Texas company that employs a former Biden transition official, multiple sources with the probe confirm to Fox News.

A DHS IG official tells Fox News the contract, with the San Antonio-based nonprofit Endeavors, is the subject of an ongoing evaluation to look at how “ICE plans to house migrant families in hotels, and how ICE selected a contractor to implement these plans.” The Formal title of the probe is, “ICE’s Contract to House Migrants in Hotels.”

Tens of thousands of migrants are crossing the southern border every month, with nearly 180,000 encountered by Customs and Border Patrol along the Southwestern Border in April 2021.

Thousands of those migrants are now being housed in hotels, thanks to Endeavors. The company recently landed a couple of massive government contracts worth upwards of a half-billion dollars.

Andrew Lorenzen-Strait

On January 20th, 2021, the very day President Joe Biden took the oath of office, Endeavors put out a news release announcing the hiring of Andrew Lorenzen-Strait, a former Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) official who also served as a Biden transition advisor on Homeland Security issues.

“This is a no-bid contract, and those should be used in only the most extraordinary circumstances,” said Tom Jones of the American Accountability Foundation, a conservative-leaning watchdog organization. “It’s typical and it’s terrible. Both sides do it. It’s why we have a massive budget deficit and a debt going through the roof…There’s scumminess and swampiness on both sides of this but we need to root that out.”

Continue reading here.

If you are interested in more on the Unaccompanied Alien Children invasion of America, visit my other blog RRW.

Although the mostly illegal alien teenaged boys are NOT refugees (the Open Borders cabal wants you to think they are refugees!), I’ve been posting regularly there on the issue.

See my post yesterday.

And, here is my archive at ‘Frauds and Crooks’ on the topic.

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