PEDO FUNNEL: Massachusetts government placed immigrant children in hotels with registered sex offenders
05/23/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

There are at least five hotels in Massachusetts where sex offenders are either employed or housed, and those same hotels are being packed with illegal alien children by Gov. Maura Healey's Executive Office of Housing and Livable Communities (EOHLC).

According to a Boston Globe report, the sex offenders were convicted of things like indecent assault and battery on children, child rape and child pornography, among other heinous sex crimes.

The EOHLC's Kevin Conner released a statement claiming that caring for "the safety and wellbeing of the 7,500 families in Emergency Assistance shelter is a priority for our administration."

"We will continue to take all possible steps to ensure the safety of EA residents and carefully review any situation that comes before us to act quickly to protect families," Connor added.

According to Connor, his agency checks the database every six months to verify which "shelters" have workers or residents on the Sex Offender Registry Board. Despite this, horrors are still taking place at many of the facilities in question.

(Related: Did you hear that James O'Keefe of OMG infiltrated an illegal alien compound in Tucson by posing as a homeless, drunk vagrant?)

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In one particularly disturbing incident, a 26-year-old man raped a 15-year-old Haitian girl. Following the incident, Gov. Healey released a bizarre statement claiming that "everybody, including him, who enters our shelter locations is vetted."

Apparently that vetting is not working so well, though, because children continue to get exploited and taken advantage of by adult perverts who are slipping through the cracks.

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"This shouldn't be happening," said Carline Desire, executive director of the Association of Haitian Women. "They need to get those sex offenders out."

The Globe report found that never once were families living at these shelters informed that they were living with convicted sex offenders. It appears as though the powers that be intentionally kept it all a secret.

One resident who has daughters living with him at one of the shelters told the media that he was never informed about any of the deviants living at his location.

"These posters of sex offenders are hanging out at the police station," he commented. "They should be here. There are a lot of kids here."

Keep in mind that these types of facilities exist, supposedly, to protect families and children from sexual assault. It turns out the fox has been hiding in the henhouse all along with the government's blessing.

Last summer, Healey declared a state of emergency in Massachusetts due to state shelters being overfilled with people. There are now overflow sites being set up at other hotels, churches and dormitories across the state.

Citing privacy concerns, the state of Massachusetts is withholding many of the addresses of private shelters. Collectively, all the shelters house about 7,500 families, roughly 50 percent of whom are migrants seeking asylum.

The sex offenders identified by the Globe hail from Rockland, Saugus, Revere, Kingston and Northborough.

One of the offenders from Revere pleaded guilty to arranging to meet with a 12-year-old boy for indecent acts at one of the "shelter" hotels. This individual was supposedly removed from his position of employment at the facility.

In another instance, a man who was staying at the Baymont Hotel in Kingston was convicted of repeatedly assaulting a girl under the age of 14.

"A man convicted of a child rape in Houston in 1990 was present at the Northborough Econo Lodge," the Globe further reported.

"A Level 3 sex offender convicted of indecent assault and batter of a child under 14 and rape and abuse of a child was living in at the Colonial Traveler Inn in Saugus."

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