One of the most evil policies from the evil Trump administration in history is the one regarding the separation of migrant parents and children at the border, including children. to be literal babies. That policy also covers keeping children in cages — which Trump says is fine because the cages in question are “so clean“-And lot children die in the custody of the United States. Then the Trump White House nixed an agreement to pay for mental health services to migrant families it has separated and cannot be repaired. And, as if that weren’t bad enough, the government can not find hundreds of parents whose children were ripped from their arms. Given that all this happened fairly recently, and it’s unique and barbaric, most people can remember it pretty well. But apparently, despite working in the White House and being very close to Donald Trump there, the legacy of these quarantined migrants seems to have slipped Jared Kushnerof mind.
Appearing on Fox News to promote his book, the former son-in-law decided to comment on the governor of Florida Ron DeSantisof a coveted little stuntman in which he transport a group of people emigrated to Martha’s Vineyard to score cheap political points (Governor of Texas Greg Abbott and the governor of Arizona Doug Ducey also carried out the act of sending migrants to the blue states, which the Republican leader Mitch McConnell yes appreciative). Seems to have forgotten that his father-in-law and one-time boss spent a considerable amount of time in the office dehumanizing immigrants and refugees in order to score points with the base, Kushner answer: “We have to remember these are human beings. They are people. So seeing them being used as a political pawn in one way or another, I am very nervous.”
He then added that both the United States and those seeking to enter the country would be better off if the Biden administration went back to his father-in-law’s way of doing things. “If you go back to the era under President Trump with the lowest number of border crossings in history, when he turned the administration over and the border was secure,” Kushner said. “And people don’t say enough about the fact that these people are drawn to these journeys by coyotes. They are paying a lot of money. I think 80% of women are sexually assaulted along the way. They come to America. They have no papers. Many of them are exploited, trafficked and enslaved in modern times in many ways. So it’s a very sad situation. I think the policies President Trump is trying to put in place to figure out how to create a secure border, a merit-based, rules-and-order immigration system are very important policies. but unfortunately completely disregarded and reversed. The first day. And now we are witnessing an unfortunate humanitarian disaster because of that. “
Incidentally, Trump has not only carried out a horrifying program of family division, limit the number of refugees the United States accepts to an all-time low, cut legal immigrationand offer take a shot immigrantyou too threatened to bring border crossers to sanctuary cities just like the governor of Florida did. And if you’re wondering if Kushner or his wife, Ivanka Trump, has anything to say about the then president’s treatment of these people, the answer is no, They did not (when it really matters).