WOULD YOU JUST HAND A CHILD OVER TO A STRANGER?

WOULD YOU JUST HAND A CHILD OVER TO A STRANGER?

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Citizen Tom

Supposedly, we have to open our borders because it is not nice to put “children in cages”. That’s ignorant nonsense. Do the people who advocate such nonsense put up signs in their yards advertising for poor people to leave babies on their doorsteps?

I DO WHAT JESUS WOULD DO! I WILL CARE FOR YOUR CHILDREN.

FREE FOOD, CLOTHING, SHELTER, EDUCATION, HEALTHCARE, AND SO FORTH FOR YOUR LITTLE ONES. JUST LEAVE YOUR PRECIOUS CHILDREN ON MY DOORSTEP.

Seen any signs like that lately. Well, the Obama administration may as well have posted a sign like that on our southern border. They just went further. They offered freebies to the parents and to give the children back to the “parents” once those parents were on our side of the border.

How irresponsible was this? Peruse some of these articles.

This stupid nonsense about children in cages is just fodder for gotcha politics. Don’t we all know this “children in cages” farce has more to do with cheap labor and cheap votes for Democrats? Is not Mexico on our southern border? When people place their children on our doorstep at our southern border, they are already in Mexico. If they need it, they already have political asylum. So those children and their parents are Mexico’s problem[…]

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