One would think that, despite having opposing political beliefs, people could agree that children should not be separated from their parents.
Yet President Trump, whose own mother was a Scottish immigrant, says that Democrats want illegal immigrants to “infest our country.”
But that hasn’t swayed conservative political commentator Tomi Lahren, who evidently believes Border Patrol agents are humanitarians. Which only proves that the former TV host does not actually know the definition of “humanitarian.”
Don’t buy into the Left’s emotional blackmail. These “family units” are often human traffickers, drug smugglers and cartel separated from “their children.” Our border patrol agents are not cold-hearted monsters- more often than not they are humanitarians.
— Tomi Lahren (@TomiLahren) June 19, 2018
To be fair, who doesn’t tweet stuff they know nothing about? Once, a long time ago, I wrote that Facebook didn’t need a chat function since we already had AOL Instant Messenger. Oops!
Still, can’t we all agree on the basics? A humanitarian is someone who promotes human welfare. According to Wikipedia, humanitarianism is “an active belief in the value of human life, whereby humans practice benevolent treatment and provide assistance to other humans, in order to better humanity for moral, altruistic and logical reasons.”
Are 'often'? No data to support that needed! How irresponsible.
— MidniteMadness (@tberggirl) June 19, 2018
This type of enforcement for families who are seeking better lives for their children can have profound negative impacts. Immigration enforcement can cause severe psychological disorders, including PTSD.
We are lucky. Our families have had the advantage of two, three, four or more generations in America. It’s just basic: Children should not be separated from their parents.
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