@0grey0 @dcocb4 @sammyjankis @ch3vy The Trump admin made it worse. “previous admins did not have a blanket policy to prosecute parents and separate them from their children.” When questioned by interviewers about migrant children detained at the southern border, President Donald Trump has tried to steer the blame toward the previous administration, saying former President Barack Obama initiated the policy of separating those children from their caregivers, even though fact checkers have consistently found that claim to be false. factcheck.org/2019/04/more-... But, according to factcheck.org/, "previous administrations did not have a blanket policy to prosecute parents and separate them from their children." It was after the Trump administration announced its "zero-tolerance" immigration policy in April 2018, in which everyone who illegally entered the U.S. was referred for criminal prosecution, that thousands of migrant children were separated from their parents. usatoday.com/story/news/pol...
@gilmeriken @dcocb4 @sammyjankis @ch3vy And why would they separate them? Aren't there other non-evil reasons to separate them? Do you know about human trafficking? I agree that it's a sad situation, but you might consider arguments as to why this is happening. In some situations, child are brought to the border by adults who are not their parents. What is the solution?
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