The topic of immigrant children being torn apart from their families as they attempt to seek amnesty is all over social media. Photos and videos taken from former WalMart supercenters that are now detention centers (Operation Jade Helm) show children crammed at maximum capacity – forced to live in these conditions for 22 hours a day.
The Obama administration’s former acting head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, John Sandweg, said Tuesday that sometimes, families separated at the border are never reunited.
As alarming as this topic is and with all of the lines being drawn over who is responsible and what we should do about it, people are beginning to notice something …
Where are the girls? Where are the toddlers? Why are we only being shown male children aged 10 – 17?
When asked at a media briefing Monday where the girls and toddlers who’ve been separated from their parents at the border are being held, Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen said she didn’t know, and referred questions to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal speaks to a public defender who said he represents immigrants with no idea where their children have been taken.
Female Lawmakers Have Begun To Unite
Michigan congresswoman Debbie Dingell has teamed up with U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, D-New Hampshire, to lead a coalition of more than 60 female lawmakers in order to find out where the missing children are. They have written a formal letter to Secretary Azar and Secretary Nielsen, demanding answers, because as scary as this sounds …
No one knows where these missing children are.
Get involved and start demanding answers: #wherearethegirls