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Family separation is continuing into the new year. This Honduran 1-year-old was taken and put into foster care a month ago.— Hannah Dreier (@hannahdreier) January 30, 2019
Her mom gets one video call a week. In this call, the toddler will not look at her mother and cries to be held by a foster parent. https://t.co/xD8QIGEofZ pic.twitter.com/0wqpmSb2UY
*This* is the face of Trump's war on immigrants. A 17-month-old baby. Juliet. Returned last night to her mom. Asylum seekers from Honduras. Separated & detained by ICE for 2 months. This is the scene from SFO. Listen to her cries. Bear witness. This is trauma. This is too much. pic.twitter.com/sRvnn464Df— Scott Hechinger (@ScottHech) January 30, 2019
Better to let them starve?
Better to fix the system so they don't feel the need to go on a hunger strike.
The Trump Admin says it would be too difficult to try to reunite 1000’s of separated families.— Nick Knudsen (@DemWrite) February 4, 2019
“Analysts would have to work 8 hrs each day for btwn 7 & 15 months to ‘even begin reconciling’ data on separated families.”
SO DO IT!! #CrimesAgainstHumanityhttps://t.co/4FC841JX36
Notwithstanding the trauma of ripping kids from their real parents—refusing to return kids is by definition genocide per Int’l Law— Qasim Rashid, Esq. (@MuslimIQ) February 5, 2019
Article II: Genocide means any of the following:
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another grouphttps://t.co/r6lg04176U https://t.co/VHGvBkp4Re
Our Acting AG couldn't care less about immigrant children separated from their families. Watch.