President Donald Trump took Democrats to task early Tuesday for tweeting photos from 2014 showing immigrant children being kept in steel cages after having been detained at the southern border and linking the images to his current immigration policy.
Add in the president's flagrant and unflagging rhetorical bigotry toward Hispanic immigrants, continually eliding the distinction between gang members ("animals") and all of those who come to this country from Latin America, and increasing incidents of verbal and physical abuse directed toward immigrants on the part of private citizens, and we're left with a picture of the United States as a country in which immigrants are unwelcome and face an array of obstacles that threaten to make their lives in this country miserable.
"We need to change the law so families arriving illegally can be sent home swiftly, and so there can be an actual border protecting the country, and protecting American communities", he said. It was subsequently reported that almost 1,500 immigrant children had been "lost" while in federal custody until the end of previous year.
Numerous posts blamed the Trump administration for holding the children, citing Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement earlier this month that the administration was changing its policy about people illegally entering the US.
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Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU's Immigrants" Rights Project, argued that there is a "third choice' that should be legal regardless of the Flores settlement.
Enter a June 2014 online story by The Arizona Republic titled "First peek: Immigrant children flood detention centre".
Her organization estimates that "more than 600 kids in the last two weeks (since the policy went into effect) have been separated from their parents".
The New York Times reported in April that roughly 700 children have been separated from their parents so far under the Trump administration.
Jonathan Rath Hoffman, chief spokesman for the Department of Homeland Security, described the Trump administration's determination to prosecute parents as a continuation of Obama-era measures. If you don't want your child separated, then don't bring them across the border illegally. "We did not separate children from their parents", Muñoz said.
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Even critics of Trump administration policy concede that the children may be OK.
"Trump called the practice 'horrible, ' so if he thinks it's so awful he ought to end it and not make children pawns as a negotiating tool", said Lee Gelernt, an immigration attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union, which has filed a class-action lawsuit to force the government to stop separating families at the border.
Nielsen said there was memorandum of agreement among departments to ensure that children transferred over to HHS after their parents are prosecuted "are not then in turn placed in the hands of traffickers, criminals, et cetera".
The president implied that children were being separated from their parents at the border because of a law enacted by Democrats.
Ajamu Baraka, national organizer of the Black Alliance for Peace, told Radio Sputnik's Loud & Clear that neoliberal activists are ignoring Washington's long history of violating human rights and instead falling into mere "anti-Trumpism".
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Currently, most parents are not required to be fingerprinted to get custody of their children. Thankfully, she has a humanitarian side, as well, and graciously offered everyone suffering from displacement, heartbreak, and the physical loss of their child, a "great week".