Author Topic: Children of Criminal Aliens  (Read 85 times)

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Children of Criminal Aliens
« on: June 18, 2018, 02:22:52 PM »
Taxed, You may want to move this to somewhere else?

It is just my take on the cr@p going on at the border and in the media today.

The media is using the same lying tactics to make Trump the bad guy but I don't include those kind of links in my post so this may not fit in the Distractions forum?

The post is political in nature so that is why I posted here.
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Obama Ignored Passed Law and did as he pleased!

Trump is actually following the law!


This 'Children of criminal aliens' crisis is nothing new.
This policy was instituted in 1997 by Bill Clinton, was written into law in 2002 when passed by Congress.
(In 2002, Democrats controlled the Senate 51-49)

The 1997 law that Mr. Clinton signed says minor children who enter the United States illegally must be separated from their parents who are sent to jail because they crossed the border illegally.

Because children cannot accompany their parents to jail, they are separated and sent elsewhere, either shelters or foster homes.

After the passage of the 2002 law called the Homeland Security Act 2002, illegal alien kids were to be ‘separated’ from their parents.
George W. Bush signed the Homeland Security Act into law and the rest is history. 


June 18, 2014 photos ....






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Re: Children of Criminal Aliens
« Reply #1 on: June 18, 2018, 03:38:38 PM »
Hell it's been going on since Clinton.  Now it a big deal with Trump in office thanks to the MSM BS.
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