Trump’s Child Separation Immigration Policy is Child Abuse

Trump’s Justice Department was a “driving force” behind the administration’s child family separation practice.
-A +A
0

A New York Times’ story Tuesday cites a draft government watchdog report that says Trump’s Justice Department was a “driving force” behind the administration’s child family separation practice.

The American Civil Liberties Union had successfully sued and blocked the administration from continuing its cruel practice of ripping children from their parents at the border.

Lee Gelernt is the lead ACLU attorney on this case and had the following reaction to Tuesday's report:

“That the Justice Department would not even agree to refrain from separating babies is shocking. This latest report confirms once again that this was easily one of the cruelest immigration practices in the history of this country. This was child abuse, plain and simple.”

Case background can be seen here.

Also Check Out...

US Capitol Police officers are under internal investigation for allegedly helping rioters.
Questions About “Insider” Help in
Lt. General Russel Honoré (Ret.) will lead an immediate review of the security of the U.S. Capitol Complex
Lt. General Russel Honoré Leading
Trump Administration intended to separate families at the border.
IG Report: Trump Intended to
Milwaukee Bucks—no strangers to making a stand—announced a partnership with The Lonely Entrepreneur platform to help Black busin
Helping Black Businesses:
McGuire, who launched his campaign for mayor of New York in December,
NYC Mayoral Candidate Relies on
sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that Irving is expected to play in Saturday's game against the Orlando Magic.
Brooklyn Nets' Kyrie Irving