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A Delphi forum for discussing breaking news, memes, various topics of interest. From the serious to the silly, we discuss the top stories in the news, on Twitter, and in your social media world. Every day, a different story.
So, now they're going to send the kids to Guantanamo?
""the Defense Department awarded a $23 million dollar contract to construct a "Contingency Mass Migration Complex" at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Station" I've Been to Guantanamo. It's No Place for Kids. | American Civil Liberties Union https://t.co/49HXjkAQvY"Read more from Twitter
I can't believe this report is a month and a half old, and I'm just now seeing it.
"@AOC Absolutely horrific, especially in the context of this disturbing investigation. https://t.co/PIU5LtFYhN"Read more from Twitter
"Today, CBP was made aware of disturbing social media activity hosted on a private Facebook group that may include a number of CBP employees. CBP immediately informed DHS Office of the Inspector General and initiated an investigation. Full statement: https://t.co/JdPNcZz36S"Read more from Twitter
"Just left the 1st CBP facility. I see why CBP officers were being so physically &sexually threatening towards me. Officers were keeping women in cells w/ no water & had told them to drink out of the toilets. This was them on their GOOD behavior in front of members of Congress."Read more from Twitter
"Inside the Border Patrol facility, many babies were not being provided with baby food and were unable to stomach the adult food they were given by agents, Sevier said. Some babies were not provided with formula at all and others were not given enough. https://t.co/U75ckwMc3H"Read more from Twitter
"Many said they had not bathed for 15 days. Some had been separated from children, some had been held for more than 50 days. Several complained they had not received their medications, including one for epilepsy. Members of Congress comforted them when the women broke down."Read more from Twitter
"Just left the first CBP facility. The conditions are far worse than we ever could have imagined. 15 women in their 50s- 60s sleeping in a small concrete cell, no running water. Weeks without showers. All of them separated from their families. This is a human rights crisis."Read more from Twitter
""[C]hildren at three of the five Border Patrol facilities we visited had no access to showers..." https://t.co/e4goG4e4xK"Read more from Twitter
"The American Academy of Pediatrics has provided NBC News with drawings that it says were made by children recently released from CBP custody. The children have drawn themselves in cages. https://t.co/XRhV3M5fK3"Read more from Twitter
"I am at Homestead with my colleagues looking for the girls. #WhereAreTheGirls?!? https://t.co/htwxGCK7f1"