The Pawn of Satan speaks
Laura Bush, writing in the Washington Post, compares U.S. law enforcement against illegal border crossings to the mass violation of the rights of American citizens in the 1940s:
These images are eerily reminiscent of the Japanese American internment camps of World War II, now considered to have been one of the most shameful episodes in U.S. history. We also know that this treatment inflicts trauma; interned Japanese have been two times as likely to suffer cardiovascular disease or die prematurely than those who were not interned.
In her Post op-ed Mrs. Bush doesn’t suggest a solution, but simply brands the current government policy “cruel” and “immoral.” Why not just describe all Americans who favor border enforcement as deplorable?
If Democrats have decided that it’s not in their interest to give Mr. Trump another victory before the fall elections, then it makes cynical political sense to inflame the issue and kill the chances of a compromise, but for those who want one, it has to start with a healthy respect for those who want the rule of law at the southern border and everywhere else in America.
Therefore the pawns will seek to bear false witness
Clinton said, “What’s happening to families at the border right now is a humanitarian crisis, every parent who has ever held a child in their arms, every human being with a sense of compassion and decency, should be outraged.”