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Twelve Methodist clergy and laity from Alabama signed the letter.Read more from AL.com
This thread is worthwhile reading.
"Thread: How did we get here? In 2015, I shook President Obama's hand, thanked him for DACA, and asked him to reverse course & close the for-profit baby jails (also known as "family detention centers") he opened in Dilley & Karnes City, Texas. What he said shook me to my core 1/"Read more from Twitter
"Highest number of refugees and displaced ever: 68 million people displaced worldwide, figure on the rise for 6th year. Painfully clear that int'l cooperation & peace diplomacy are in deep crisis. https://t.co/nVEc8mTlJZ"Read more from Twitter
The official lie is out.
"ENOUGH of the misinformation. This Administration did not create a policy of separating families at the border. https://t.co/y0uuYUkSEL"
"Sen. Graham just admitted on CNN to Kate Bolduan that the goal of ripping terrified children from their desperate parents is deterrence. I've been saying all along that the plan is to commit sufficiently horrific atrocities to scare people away. This is state sponsored terrorism."Read more from Twitter
Kamala Harris calls on Trump Homeland Security chief to resign: https://t.co/p2jLilwhjT pic.twitter.com/EDqK3sFvCF— The Hill (@thehill) June 19, 2018
The President of the United States has stolen 2,000 little children from their parents and locked them in cages, to be released only if Congress gives him money to build a wall with Mexico.— Chris Murphy (@ChrisMurphyCT) June 18, 2018
I’m pretty sure I have that right.
DHS Sec Nielsen said it was "offensive" to suggest that families were being separated purposefully or as a deterrent.— Josh Billinson (@jbillinson) June 19, 2018
Jeff Sessions, asked tonight if the policy is a deterrent: "Yes, hopefully people will get the message ... and not break across the border unlawfully." pic.twitter.com/CoiBvPxglW
UPDATE: The entire Democratic caucus supports our bill to bar children from being taken from their parents at the border. I’ve heard countless Republicans say that they oppose children being taken from their parents. If that’s true, they should support our bill NOW!— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@SenFeinstein) June 18, 2018