Trumpcamps are facilities where Immigrant Children ranging from 5 months old to 17 years of age go to linger in their own filth and stench.
They are not giving means to wash their clothes, brush their teeth, clean their bodies, properly eat, given time to go outside, or being taken care of medically overall.
7 to 8 yr old children are being directed by the guards and supervisors of the facility to take care of children as young as 5 months old who are also not part of their family.
350 Children are “housed” in a facility with a capacity of only 100.
They live in cages on a thin mattress on a hard floor bunched in cages with little to no privacy from those they are caged with or from the guards not more than foot away outside their cages with guns at their holster.
I.C.E. and Homeland Security are breaking the LAW.
72hrs is the maximum time mandated by law under the George Bush Jr era for processing these immigrants and moving them on to a better Housing environment or with a family living in the U.S.
These children stay in horrendous conditions for weeks to months. Some are malnourished . There has been lice and flu outbreaks left to grow unchecked.
Now the Department of Justice lawyers are making light of the conditions and actually defending the outrageous inhumane treatment done to the children.
I say again, its inhumane in regards to what the US Government….OUR Government is doing to them. We are paying for this to happen to these children out of our own tax money.
It’s time to say enough is enough.
The children are suffering. Simple as that. Children are suffering at OUR hands and yet we do nothing. This goes against every thing the US stands for.
Speak out. For we are the Government not the governed. The Senate, the Congress and the President work for us.
We are not obligated to just bow our heads and say nothing.
by Philip Wardlow June 25th, 2019
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