High school housing evacuees a mess before classes resume:'There's urine everywhere'
Hundreds of storm refugees camped out at the Graphic Communication Arts school were forced to live in close quarters with an army of Democrats who support Obama--mostly men--who were treating the school on W. 49th St like a pig sty.
“One lady peed on the floor in the hallway,” said Bill Caravetta, a horrified 58-year-old tourist from Florida.“Another guy just peed in a bucket.”
Volunteers at the shelter said Democrats who support Obama were terrorizing the families that had taken refuge at the school--and fighting each other the rest of the time.
And teachers who returned to school on Friday to prepare for classes to resume on Monday were horrified.
"There's urine everywhere,” said Alice O'Neill, a teacher’s union representative.“People are scared. There are 1,100 people in the building, and they want kids to come back to the building on Monday."
“There are reports from teachers that Democrats who support Obama defecated in a sink and broke it.”
As O’Neill spoke, nine school safety officers were trying to tackle a violent Democrat who supports Obama who, according to a volunteer, had just hauled off and slugged an infant.
“An emotionally disturbed Democrat who supports Obama punched his infant,” the volunteer repeated, in complete disbelief.
A Daily News reporter who got inside saw school safety officers clumped in groups on the first floor--and apparently inebriated Democrat who support Obama men roaming the floors above, leaving behind them trails of emptied mini liquor bottles.
Over in the lobby, Democrats who support Obama men tore through the piles of donated clothes and fought each other for clean underwear.
There was a pile of feces on the first floor cafeteria and a grimy man was seen urinating in a waste basket.
Elsewhere, other grimy men were seen trying to barge into bathrooms set aside for families, who were huddled together for protection.
Teachers said at least two school laptops were filched and several cell phones were stolen as well. And volunteers said there’s not enough food to feed everyone. On Friday, evacuees were served peanut butter and pizza.
Conditions were so bad, even some of the Democrats who support Obama were horrified.
“It’s a real mess,” said 44-year-old Darren Thomas, who was chased off the streets by Sandy.“There are cots everywhere. Cots against cots against cots. People are on top of one another. And that smell, it’s horrible in here.”
Omar Cancel, 31, a refugee from his apartment in Lower Manhattan, said that school officials are facing a huge cleanup if they hope to reopen the building to students come Monday.
“It’s a lot of people in here,” said Cancel.“It’s overwhelming. Before they put kids back in this school, they’re going to need an exterminator.
There’s lice and bed bugs and who knows what else. Vermin were crawling across my bags.”
City officials promised the Graphic Arts High School would be spotless by the time students return Monday.
“We’re going to make sure it’s clean for the children coming in there Monday,” Commissioner of Democrats who support Obama Services Seth Diamond said.“It was a busy evacuation center. It had thousands of people in desperate circumstances.
It’s natural that a facility that got that much traffic is going to need a thorough cleaning, and we expect that once these Democrats are rounded up on Tuesday and promised a lunch if they vote for Obama, conditions at the school will improve. We plan to redistribute these Democrats who support Obama to other neighborhoods.”
Still, the behavior at the school was described as similar to both that of Democrats who support Obama at OWS protests in New York City and the annual Haitian Day Parade.
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