The story was found in the American Thinker (americanthinker.com) and it cited a heretofore unmentioned Request for Information (RFI) which was found on the website FedBizOps.gov. Basically, the RFI, official solicitation BERKS-RFI which was published on January 29, 2014 requested information from vendors to accompany 65,000 illegal minors into the United States. It specifically sought an unarmed escort staff fluent in the language of the children from infants to 17 years of age. The transport staff would be traveling by ground (25%), ICE charter (25%) and by commercial air (50%). The solicitation was open for response until February 19, 2014 and it was submitted by Contract Specialist Rachel Ali as the Primary Point of Contact. Her Contracting Officer, Tony Ross was the Secondary Point of Contact. Unless it has now been pulled off line it can be found by a link in the archives of the American Thinker.
Does this prove that the American government played a direct role in the surge at the border? No, but it does show that the government was clearly interested in taking this action whether or not it ultimately did or not. And if our government was purposely attempting to flood the borders, could it be for any other reason than to overload the system? Shades of Cloward and Piven anyone? Can there be any doubt that with Fast and Furious, the IRS scandal, Benghazi, this particular item and so much more that we are not in very good hands these days?
Congress, do your job. Use your subpoena power as often as necessary and put those in the know under oath on all such matters. And even if impeachment is likely to fail in the Senate, the act of conducting a trial will require the Administration to submit to disclosure. That in and of itself would be very worthwhile.
It's time to change America, folks, and return her to the control of the people, not bureaucrats who are easily tainted. Let's get to work. God bless and save America.