Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by froggy, Sep 1, 2018.
Apparently it wasn't taken away they sold it
Not really. We fought an unjustified war of aggression against them... The kind of thing we'd hang Germans and Japanese for a century later.
#TheLargerIssue #Fatherlessness #ChildNeglectMaltreatment #MentalHealth #SOLUTIONS
Provide a source for your "unjustified war of aggression" statement.
Yes charge their parents with child abuse and send the children back to the government of which country they came from
I always get a kick out of that cover. The kid was kidnapped and brought into this country by her kidnapper
She committed no crime. The adult that brought her over kidnapped her though.
You're kidding, right? We signed a treaty with Mexico respecting their borders and promising not to annex Texas, and we broke it.
Again- we Hung Germans and Japs for the same thing a century later.
You mean, her mother?
Funny, I seem to remember 20 years ago, Elian Gonzalez was "kidnapped" by his mother, who almost got him drowned, and you wingnuts practically threatened to burn down Miami when Clinton returned him to his rightful parent.
She Became a Face of Family Separation at the Border. But She’s Still With Her Mother.
"But the child’s father, reached by phone in Honduras on Friday, told The New York Times that the mother and daughter were in fact never separated after being stopped at the border, and that they remain detained together in a family residential center in Texas.
In a front-page caption published June 14 with a similar photo from a series by John Moore of Getty Images, The Times said only that the girl was crying while her mother was searched. "
It was late and the child cried because she should have been in bed, instead of crossing the border.
“She was looking for a better quality of life, a better future,” Mr. Varela told The Times on Friday. “She had mentioned to me that she wanted to leave. But she never told me about taking our daughter.”
The couple has three other children: a son, Wesly, 14, and two daughters, Cindy, 11, and Brianna, 6.
“She wanted a house and she wanted to have her own business,” said Mr. Varela, who works as a boat captain in Puerto Cortés. “Everyone here wants those things. "
So much for being a "refugee".
She is an economic illegal alien. Her claim of asylum is utter bullshit.
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