Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by reason10, Aug 13, 2019.
(Go ahead, libs. Try to spin this.)
nothing to spin. obama and bush did not have a program designed to separate kids from parents in all cases. only trump. what kind of herb are you smoking?
Trump is enforcing Obama programs, these aren’t trumps.
LOL, sadly not surprising you didn’t know that. Then again, the media doesn’t report it, so
Obama separated families. Whether or not he had a program designed to do so is irrelevant. Also, Obama placed kids with human traffickers.
Did Obama Admin Build Cages That House Immigrant Children at U.S.-Mexico Border?
While under scrutiny for treatment of migrants, the Trump administration has been shifting blame to its predecessor.
The Obama administration, not the Trump administration, built the cages that hold many immigrant children at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Complete text: https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/obama-build-cages-immigrants/
So, there's that.
musta been doing that between rounds of golf and vacation days in Hawaii...right?
So Snopes is now a reliable source of info? Good to know.
where do you get your fake information, if not from media? what do you call fox? breitbart? gateway pundit, daily caller, infowars and those other lying bullshit media sources if not media. here is Attorney General at the time Jeff Sessions clearly stating that the policy of keeping families together whenever possible as used during bush and obama are being changed. it was maybe even reported in what fake ass media you stupidly believe-
here ya go- (even fox had to report this without lying)
What Trump's 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy means ... - Fox News
Jun 19, 2018 - After Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a “zero-tolerance” policy ... Under the Obama administration, families were often detained together in administrative ICE custody,
Sessions defends zero tolerance immigration policy | Fox News
Jun 18, 2018 - Sessions defends zero tolerance immigration policy
We asked every Texan in Congress about family separations at the ...
https://www.dallasnews.com › News › Politics
Jun 19, 2018 - Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the policy in early April. Votes on two House immigration bills are expected this week. ... Pete Olson of Sugar Land also expressed his support for efforts to ... “I think we ought to keep families together,” the Republican said Tuesday morning on Fox News Radio.
Jeff Sessions argues it's necessary to separate children from parents ...
Jun 5, 2018 - Session said he wishes the United States could afford to keep parents and children together after illegal immigrants are detained, but remained ...
What you need to know about the Trump administration's zero - PolitiFact
Claim: Speaking of immigration policy, says "we have to break up families."
Claimed by: Donald Trump
Fact check by PolitiFact: Result of Trump policy
Trump reverses course, signs order ending his policy of separating ...
Jun 20, 2018 - (Peter Stevenson/The Washington Post) ... The plan would keep families together in federal custody while ... Trump had repeatedly defended his immigration crackdown, ... Separately, Attorney General Jeff Sessions met with Senate .... this week to change how the zero-tolerance policywas being enforced.
Sessions: Parents, children entering U.S. illegally will be separated
May 7, 2018 - Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed immigration enforcement ... By Pete Williams ... from their children, instead of keeping them in detention together. ... DHS does not have a blanket policy on separating families as
Prog libs say it's the best and now snopes is begging for money or evidently will go as Air America
It's due to learning 30%+ of the kids were Rented and not family members
Libs loves supporting pedophiles
Libs never whine of kids separated from their military parents and some separated Forever...…..noe Americans in prison separated from their kids
BTW: Session swapped Biden's hands away from his kid...……..
That's for each individual to decide for themselves. I'm simply pointing out what they concluded...Whether you choose to believe it or not is your business.
can you read even a little bit. yeah, of course there were cages built to house UNACCOMMANIED MINORS CAUGHT IN THIS COUNTRY before they could be vetted and something decided on what to do with them....would you have this country just let them wander around unaccompanied? did you even read the article in context where it shows every attempt was made by obama and bush to not separate KIDS WHO WERE WITH THEIR PARENTS...that has nothing to do with detaining unaccompanied minors! READ...LEARN TO FREAKING READ...quit being such a gullible senseless sheep. FROM THE ARTICLE YOU POSTED-
As the well-being of immigrant children in U.S. detention remained a focal point of controversy surrounding the Trump administration in early summer 2019, so did attempts to deflect blame to Trump’s predecessor amid accusations of neglect and mistreatment.
During the previous summer, the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of separating immigrant parents from their children was so widely rejected by both political parties that even First Lady Melania Trump took the unusual step of repudiating it. In response to the backlash, U.S. President Donald Trump (falsely) pinned the blame for the child-separation policy on his predecessor, Barack Obama.
One year later, amid an ongoing national crisis of conscience over immigrant children incarcerated in detention facilities at the U.S.-Mexico border, President Trump again attempted to pin the blame on his predecessor. During a contentious interview with Spanish-language network Telemundo, Trump wrongly stated that he had reunited families after they were separated by the Obama administration. (In fact, thousands of children were taken from their parents under the Trump administration’s 2018 zero-tolerance policy.)
But then Trump also attempted to deflect outrage over photographs of immigrant children being kept in “cages” by asserting, “Obama built the cages. I didn’t build them. Obama built them”:
That portion of Trump’s commentary was true. Pictures of children behind chain-link fencing were captured at a site in McAllen, Texas, that had been converted from a warehouse to an immigrant-detention facility in 2014. Social media users who defended Trump’s immigration policies also shared a 2014 photograph of Obama’s Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, touring a facility in Nogales, Arizona, in 2014, in which the fencing could be seen surrounding migrants there as well. That picture was taken during a spike in the number of unaccompanied children fleeing violence in Central American countries.
I believe it...did you read it? it proves what i have been saying. thanks for supporting my facts, even if you did it accidentally.
Non-sequitur. I'm pointing out that, according to Snopes (and others), the Obama administration kept immigrant children in cages. That's just a fact, at least according to the source. Whether you feel it was justified or not is up to you, but it doesn't alter the fact.
why do you spew such unsourced bullshit? give a source for that goofy crap or quit posting it.
I did read it. If your point is that the Obama administration locked up immigrant children in cages, then, yes, it most certainly support your point.
bullshit. now you are deflecting like a little kid caught with his hand in the cookie jar. the post was about trump changing obama's policy about keeping kids with their parents, whenever possible. that has nothing to do with unaccompanied minors...surely even a trump voter can see the difference if he concentrates for a few days. keep us posted.
Progs also brag Barry O deported more illegals than Trump and now mad Trump is importing illegals
no, lying trump voter, the point i made was that trump changed obama's policy of keeping kids and parents together whenever possible, had nothing to do with unaccompanied minors. you cannot keep an unaccompanied minor together with his parents...get it? how slow should i type that?
It's just a fact.
Do facts make you angry? Why?
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