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KSB2424

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In Topic: The Trump crew believes that the Bible justifies ripping families apart.

Today, 02:45 PM

I can def see that. It’s a rock and hard place kind of situation. At least the kids aren’t being treated that badly, some people are making it out like they are being tortured or burned alive. I don’t know how it ends but something has to give.

 

Before Trump came into office, families were detained together, sent back immediately or paroled into the country, said Peter Margulies, an immigration law and national security law professor at Roger Williams University School of Law. Now, prosecution is happening across the board and has become the uniform policy.

 

I would like to formally submit the bolded.  Be tougher by not paroling them in the U.S. anymore.  


In Topic: The Trump crew believes that the Bible justifies ripping families apart.

Today, 02:28 PM

By doing this are they enforcing the current laws or did they just just make this up all by themselves?  I'm just curious.

 

 

The Trump administration has introduced a "zero-tolerance" policy calling for the prosecution of all individuals who illegally enter the United States.

This policy has the effect of separating parents from their children when they enter the country together, because parents are referred for prosecution and the children are placed in the custody of a sponsor, such as a relative or foster home, or held in a shelter.

 

More than 650 children were separated from their parents during a two-week period in May as a result of the new approach being implemented.

As the Trump administration argues, referring immigrants for prosecution is not new policy. But prior administrations did not enforce the practice the way Trump has.

 

Before Trump came into office, families were detained together, sent back immediately or paroled into the country, said Peter Margulies, an immigration law and national security law professor at Roger Williams University School of Law. Now, prosecution is happening across the board and has become the uniform policy.

 

"The policy has ramped up substantially with the new administration," Margulies said. "Making that a staple of immigration policy is a new feature."

 


In Topic: The Trump crew believes that the Bible justifies ripping families apart.

Today, 02:23 PM

I don't care who the President is or was.....Obama, Trump whatever.

 

America is better than this.  That's my stance.

 

Surly we can have tough immigration policies that don't rip families apart and puts children in holding centers.   I don't think its to much or crazy to ask.


In Topic: Space Force

Today, 02:15 PM

The LEGOs are coming out in August!

In Topic: The Trump crew believes that the Bible justifies ripping families apart.

Today, 10:45 AM

 

Yep.  A physical wall may make sense in some areas of the border but there are other means.  That's why most people understand that what we really want is a secure border, not the Great Wall of China.

 

I always thought that too, at first.

 

But I really think Trump means an actual Wall.  But who knows, he's half the time playing mind games and full of it.  Whatever.