Trump’s Ongoing Manufactured Immigration Crisis-The Death of 2 Innocent Kids
The Manufactured Immigration Crisis Continues:
Recap: the world has witnessed America’s terrible history of separating families. During the Trail of Tears when European settlers stole the land of America from Native Americans, they separated families, during slavery when Europeans stole Africans, they separated families and during World War 2, Japanese American families were separated. The separating of families and placing kids in foster homes without informing the parents is what we hear in countries with an illegitimate government and an illegitimate head of state. In addition, the psychology of tearing families apart and keeping them hostage in detention centers due to a manufactured crisis creating fear of being different is America’s history repeating itself. Sidebar: the manufactured immigration crisis Trump created is nothing more than profit and politics which he is losing at both.
Furthermore, creating a crisis to use as a policy issue is nothing more than a stunt with no plan and no border wall that will happen wasting taxpayers’ dollars.
“The separating of families and placing kids in foster homes without informing the parents is what we hear in countries with an illegitimate government and an illegitimate head of state.”
As we have entered the last month of 2018, the manufactured crisis has resulted in 2 deaths of young children and abuses taken place in detention center we will not hear about until this fiasco is over. Furthermore, with the government being shut down and Mexico not paying for the border wall, the lives of innocent people who want better for their families is in the hands of a man who does not know how to govern.
From Summer to Winter Kids are Still in A Detention Center:
What will be written in the history books of America is the nation is no longer a beacon for innocent families migrating to create a better life. Additionally, the nation is living up to its history of separating people and stoking fear because of being different. Sidebar: African-Americans, Japanese Americans and Native Americans, tearing families apart is in the creation of this nation used as political purposes creating discriminatory policies. Thousands of kids remain separated from their families, some do not know where their loved ones are and what mental, emotional and physical state they are in.
“Sidebar: African-Americans, Japanese Americans and Native Americans, tearing families apart is in the creation of this nation used as political purposes creating discriminatory policies.”
No child should be separated from their parents, additionally certified child psychologists have stated since the terrible Zero Tolerance policy implemented separating children from families leaves a bad psychological effect on children especially for long periods of time. Since July, children have been separated from families, these children are missing out on the necessities of what a child should be doing during these times. Instead of playing in the park, preparing for a new school year and celebrating the holidays like every other family these kids and their families are separated in detention centers.
“The Zero Tolerance policy is the most ignorant policy of our nation, however we have an ignorant president who doesn’t know how to do the job.”
The Zero Tolerance policy is the most ignorant policy of our nation, however we have an ignorant president who doesn’t know how to do the job.
2 Innocent Kids:
6 days out into the new year and two young kids have died at the hands of America’s government. Sidebar: the death of these 2 young kids adds to the death of thousands of kids who have died at the hands of America’s government a sad history repeating itself in 2018. Jakelin Caal the 8-year-old Guatemalan girl died on December 8th and Felipe Alonzo-Gomez died on Christmas Eve. 2 young kids who families lives are in turmoil due to Trump an unwise Zero Tolerance policy not reflective of what we the people want and not how the world views America. Sidebar: when it comes to government bureaucracy the process is convoluted with no plan on how families reuniting and potentially more deaths.
“From CNN, “Her death raised questions about how migrants are treated in the hands of authorities and fueled criticism from opponents of U.S. President Donald Trump’s tough immigration policies. U.S. authorities are investigating the death.”
From CNN, “her death raised questions about how migrants are treated in the hands of authorities and fueled criticism from opponents of U.S. President Donald Trump’s tough immigration policies. U.S. authorities are investigating the death. The Trail of Tears, Slavery and the Japanese Americans being in internment camps during WWII and the current manufactured immigrating crisis by Trump and his Crooked administration illustrates when people are in the hands of government the basic needs are not meet. People are not giving the medical treatment when they need it, the conditions they are in are sub par and the private contractors continue to make money off innocent people in the crappy detention centers.
“This ruling is nothing more than dehumanizing immigrants who will never be able to get justice for the treatment at the hands of America’s government.”
What’s more, the unwise ruling of SCOTUS in February, stating that immigrants held in detention centers have no rights is harmful to the families and young kids in the detention center. This ruling is nothing more than dehumanizing immigrants who will never be able to get justice for the treatment at the hands of America’s government.
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Originally published at Eve’s Politics.