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Inspector General for Justice Department finds that the cruelty was the point of family separation

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3 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

I haven’t and the scary point is they don’t really know how many.  You have to assume some of those children ended up in some pretty bad places once separated from their parents.   
 

The fact you can claim to be a Christian and still support an admin that did this act as a point of policy seems to require willful disbelief.  But Trump has shown consistent disregard for people. 

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9 minutes ago, sactowndog said:

I haven’t and the scary point is they don’t really know how many.  You have to assume some of those children ended up in some pretty bad places once separated from their parents.   
 

The fact you can claim to be a Christian and still support an admin that did this act as a point of policy seems to require willful disbelief.  But Trump has shown consistent disregard for people. 

If you read the story, it's clear that the separations happening and being public as a deterrent was a deliberate and necessary part of the policy...  not an unintended consequence. 

But something something Obama!!!! Something something...

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BuT oBaMa DiD iT fIrSt!!!!!

Cruelty has always been a feature of this administration, and not a bug. Hurting people is necessary and expected in order to achieve their desired goals and outcomes. 

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1 minute ago, youngredbullfan said:

Hopefully the psychopaths and sadists that make up the Trump administration are permanently removed from power.

One of the few positives out of the trump admin was making jeff sessions irrelevant. I really hope a GOP spanking in a few weeks does the same for stephen miller.

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40 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

One of the few positives out of the trump admin was making jeff sessions irrelevant. I really hope a GOP spanking in a few weeks does the same for stephen miller.

Yep watching Sessions get kicked in the teeth was one of the few positives of this year. 

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6 hours ago, sactowndog said:

I haven’t and the scary point is they don’t really know how many.  You have to assume some of those children ended up in some pretty bad places once separated from their parents.   
 

The fact you can claim to be a Christian and still support an admin that did this act as a point of policy seems to require willful disbelief.  But Trump and his minions have has shown consistent disregard for people. 

FIFY.  It takes a village to pull this type of crap off.  How anyone with a conscience can work with/for Trump is difficult to understand.

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5 hours ago, sactowndog said:

Yep watching Sessions get kicked in the teeth was one of the few positives of this year. 

Here's hoping Billy Barr is next! 

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25 minutes ago, NorthWestCowboy said:

FIFY.  It takes a village to pull this type of crap off.  How anyone with a conscience can work with/for Trump is difficult to understand.

I hope Kirstjen Nielsen has a hard time sleeping at night. Sounds like she was opposed at first, but was brought to heel by these guys. 

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On 10/7/2020 at 9:21 AM, smltwnrckr said:

One of the few positives out of the trump admin was making jeff sessions irrelevant. I really hope a GOP spanking in a few weeks does the same for stephen miller.

And Lindsey Graham

And Mitch McConnell

And Billy Barr

And Steve Bannon

And Kellyanne Conway

And Rudy Guilliani

And (fill in the blank)

 

Its hard to believe we live in a nation where dickheads, vicious people, grifters, and cult leaders can come to power.

 

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5 minutes ago, Spaztecs said:

And Lindsey Graham

And Mitch McConnell

And Billy Barr

And Steve Bannon

And Kellyanne Conway

And Rudy Guilliani

And (fill in the blank)

 

Its hard to believe we live in a nation where dickheads, vicious people, grifters, and cult leaders can come to power.

 

I'm generally against a new administration prosecuting the previous one for political crimes. But if a Biden admin could find a way to dig up dirt and get Stephen Miller behind bars for at least a few months... I'm in.

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6 minutes ago, smltwnrckr said:

I'm generally against a new administration prosecuting the previous one for political crimes. But if a Biden admin could find a way to dig up dirt and get Stephen Miller behind bars for at least a few months... I'm in.

I'm giving 5-2 that this admin racks up more convictions than the Nixon Administration.

I can't wait to see the crazy Pardons he hands out during the lame duck session.

 

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15 hours ago, smltwnrckr said:

I'm generally against a new administration prosecuting the previous one for political crimes. But if a Biden admin could find a way to dig up dirt and get Stephen Miller behind bars for at least a few months... I'm in.

Better yet, put him in one of his concentration camps

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