week the headlines have been screaming the ‘injustice’ of separating ‘families’
of illegal foreigners attempting U.S. entry.
though the Obama administration did the same thing (they just say they did it a
lot less and what-do-you-know, just like a whole lot else in America’s most
corrupt Presidency, they just didn’t keep track so you’ll just have to take
them at their word – sure), Trump is taking the heat for a policy that he did
appears that about 1,000 per month have been impacted. That’s about 12,000/year if it were to
if continued, the numbers will go down as potential illegals hear that the
strategy of bringing children along just isn’t working anymore.
aren’t sure how many of the ‘families’ really are families because tons of
emigres game the system by using children to gain sympathy with their attempted
it is not like the parents don’t know what they are doing. They are breaking the law, taking their own
children with them as they do so and they shouldn’t be at all surprised at any
you imagine: You walk into the lonely
gas station at 1:30am, you point a gun at the teller, you tell him to hand over
the money, when he does you give it to your five year old little girl and say,
“Come on honey, we’ve got to run real fast now!”
me a break, as bad as they are, even most criminals don’t take children along
when committing a crime.
what do you think happens to American citizens when they commit a crime and go
what, they get separated from their children.
Where is the outcry over that?
are we more concerned over separating alien families then we are over
separating American families?
the killer hypocrisy of all the anti-Trump noisemakers regarding the “migrant
crisis” is why is 12,000 illegal children/year a big deal while 650,000
American children/year being separated from their families every year, isn’t?
are the libtards screaming about a small fraction of the total number of
children that are physically, violently and forcefully separated from their
guess what? The 12,000 are well-fed,
taken care of, eventually returned to their families or placed in foster care,
about the 650,000?
are killed as they are wrenched from their mothers’ wombs.
By Terry Applegate