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"I understand that some of these camps were first developed to house Japanese interned during WWII. Our liberal friends thoughtfully preserved these relics of Franklin Roosevelt for new occupants."


You must be smoking too many magic mushrooms.....

There are only 3 existing 'remains' of Japanese interment camps left in the country. Minidoka ID is just 'ruins' at this point, and some of it is being restored. It's a National Historic Site and now one is ever going to be housed there.

In CA, there are two sites, both of which are National Historic sites run by the National Park service. You can visit them. One has a few remaining buildings left and a visitor center.

Manazar in CA is the most preserved of any of them.

Tule Lake unit is all locked up for posterity. No one gets entry without special permission but there is a visitor center there to fill you in. It's not in the historic site, though.

All of the other of the 10 were shut down, dismantled, and don't exist any longer. Nothing at them.

https://www.nps.gov/articles/japanese-american-internment-ar...



Thus your statement is TOTALLY false and made up. Fake News from the leftists.....


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