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.