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Guilty of Political Malpractice, Trump Now Imprisons Babies to "Tender-Care" Cages
The world is watching as hundreds of two and three-year-old babies are handed off to jails once used as a low-level criminal, confinement cells
By: Grow Small Biz
As senior policy advisor to the president, Miller stated to the New York Times in his interview today, that "the administration enjoys the outrage" from the public including liberals and bleeding hearts over the haunting cries of the children at the border internment camps.
Trump's architect of the Muslim Travel Ban in 2017, Miller, at 32, was happy to proclaim that the administration is indeed using the optics of the border chaos to leverage the Congress to pass Trump's funding request for The Wall. "This is not about humanity and asylum seekers," scorned Miller. "It's about politics and getting our priorities done. Period."
This political mal-practice is now branding the United States with sound bites from those two-year-olds.
Huddled next to one another in their cages, today the children endured a thunderstorm in the afternoon. Alone and scared, they gripped the nearest body and shook. Followed by a rainbow with an intense spectrum of color; the babies were too shaken to craw to a window to witness a natural uplifting gift from nature.
With the Republican Party Silence It Publishes Consent
The republicans in Congress and the republicans in the Senate by swallowing their voices, by gagging their communication staffs, America's representatives sanction Trump's, Jefferson Session's and Kirstjen Nielsen's deplorable abomination.
Stephanie Ruhle, MSNBC anchor, reporting from the Brownsville detention center with tears predicts that some of these babies, maybe most, will not see their mothers again. Perhaps because some of these babies will die.
The United States Used to be the Standard of Fair Play
As Jon Meacham told us this morning, "The United States was the shining city on the hill calling everyone home to safety." This is the image that the free countries in the world imagine our country to be. Jon continues, "That's when America is at its best, receiving the weakest, who in the end make us the strongest."
Trump's wall issue has dimmed that shining light. Trump, Sessions and Nielsen have created a war-time hysteria. (Of all places to eat dinner this evening, Secretary Nielsen chose a D.C. Mexican Restaurant; and met an unknowing crowd who quickly shamed her out and into a waiting SUV.)
The administration is leading us into a Dread Scott, pre-civil war mentality that fears people who do not look like us. Consider how former White House Deputy Chief of Staff, now Trump-surrogate, Corey Lewandowski responded on the Fox Channel to a description of how a ten-year girl with Down Syndrome was treated at the jail in Brownsville. Quote:
My grandson, Noah, has Autism, his cousin Charlie has Down Syndrome. There needs to be another classification of mental illness for the Millers, Sessions, Nielsens and Trumps of this era. Resist