The layout of the current caravan safe house at 1555 Sixth Avenue in San Diego is shown in the diagram below. This is the main location in San Diego and even all of California for transferring caravan-style, fake refugees into the US. It is funded by California and the County and City of San Diego, a factory for mass processing and distribution of tens of thousands of fake refugees across the nation, up to 90% of whom will never obtain asylum and ultimately just reside illegally in the US.
Progressives call it a “migrant shelter”. I call it a fake refugee “safe house”, because it provides the same function as a safe house does for illegal border crossers.
There is nothing else like it in the US, thanks to our state and local elected officials, so generous with our tax dollars. It is a little Ellis Island for illegal workers and future progressive voters. Besides our own radical progressives, the word is that intelligence agencies in Venezuela, Cuba and Russia have instigated and promoted the recent, growing flood of fake refugees to our border.
This diagram is provided for the benefit of citizen journalists, prospective protesters, neighbors or those, who are just curious about the site and want to come and take photos/video for uploading to social media.
The court is actually two buildings joined together, 1555 and 1501 Sixth ave. There is a wall separating the two roofs. There are stairs over the wall that make is possible to walk from one roof to the other.
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There is vehicle access from both Beech and Cedar streets, but access via Beech is blocked by a temporary fence. The only vehicle gate being used is on Cedar Street. A canopy has been setup next to the gate for the guard and there are at least 1-2 guards on site 24 hours. There were 3-4 guards on duty at times at the former location and that may often be the case at this new location. There are cameras all around the building. You might mistake this place for Fort Knox for all the security and surveillance they have.
A stairwell provides access to the building, where “exit” is marked. The caravaners access the roof from there and then are loaded into waiting vehicles as indicated by “loading”. DHS buses coming from the detainment center unload the caravaners directly in front of the building on Sixth Avenue.
The caravaners sleep and live in the courtrooms on the north side of the building and the south side is used for processing them in/out and office space for the radical, anti-American progressives, who operate the safe house.
Two tall buildings are directly behind the old court house, from which there is a clear view of the roof. We hope to see interesting video of the goings on there from some of their neighbors, residing above them.