Washington State Foster Care Family Evicted So Agency Could Fill Home with Unaccompanied Migrant Children that Pay More (VIDEO)

Washington State Foster Care Family Evicted So Agency Could Fill Home with Unaccompanied Migrant Children that Pay More (VIDEO)

A Washington state foster care family was evicted from their home by a non-profit agency so they could fill the home with illegal kids who pay more.

The Sanchez family took in over 20 troubled kids over the last several years at the home. They were ordered to leave the premises.

Yahoo-National Review reported:

A foster family in Washington state was told to vacate their home by the non-profit organization that provided it, in order to make space for housing unaccompanied migrant children.

Friends of Youth, a non-profit that provides services to homeless and foster children, told Edmundo Serena Sanchez and his wife Paual to vacate their home in Renton, Wa., in a story first reported by King 5, a Seattle-area NBC affiliate. In an interview with National Review, Serena Sanchez said the couple was forced to send three of their foster children to other families because they were not able to find a suitable home by the time of their eviction.

A fourth teenager under their care ran away upon learning of the move, and has not returned as of Wednesday.

Edmundo, a driver for Uber and Lyft, and Paual are licensed therapeutic foster parents, who are trained to raise children with serious behavioral problems. They’ve raised more than 20 foster children in the home over the seven years they’ve lived there.

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