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jcitybone

Oh yeah, I expected the WaPo editor to say that WaPo is totally biased. Just like I expect every mainstream media outlet to admit they slant coverage to support their owner’s views. Good for Bernie. Maybe WaPo will dial back the negativity a little to prove their point.

WaPo is actually somewhat better than NYTimes in its regular reporting—no Ember. But it has worse opinion writers. And a worse editorial board.

https://thehill.com/homenews/media/457191-washington-post-editor-calls-sanders-claim-about-campaign-coverage-conspiracy

The executive editor of The Washington Post late Monday fired back after Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) suggested that the newspaper negatively covers his presidential campaign because he criticizes its owner, Jeff Bezos.

“Sen. Sanders is a member of a large club of politicians — of every ideology — who complain about their coverage,” Marty Baron said in a statement to CNN. “Contrary to the conspiracy theory the senator seems to favor, Jeff Bezos allows our newsroom to operate with full independence, as our reporters and editors can attest.”

Baron’s response came after Sanders knocked Bezos, who also owns Amazon, during a campaign speech in Wolfeboro, N.H.

“I talk about (Amazon’s taxes) all of the time,” Sanders said. “And then I wonder why The Washington Post, which is owned by Jeff Bezos, who owns Amazon, doesn’t write particularly good articles about me. I don’t know why.”

WindDancer13

My mother would have said that the WaPo statement is a sign of a guilty conscience. Personally, I do not think they have a conscience unless that is what they named their pocketbook.

WindDancer13

Semantics. Inhumanity by any other name is still inhumanity.

Acting Border Patrol chief on Mississippi ICE raids: ‘These aren’t raids’

Acting customs and border protection commissioner Mark Morgan said Sunday that the mass immigration raids at Mississippi workplaces last week were not “raids,” disputing the terminology that has been widely used to describe the operation.

“I think words matter. These aren’t raids. These are targeted law enforcement operations,” Morgan said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”

Acting homeland security secretary Kevin McAleenan, meanwhile, said he regretted the timing of the raids, which were carried out just days after a mass shooting in which a gunman killed 22 people at an El Paso Walmart. The suspect told authorities that he was targeting “Mexicans,” according to police.

The author of the article, however, continues to call them what they are. From Dictionary.com

* a sudden assault or attack, as upon something to be seized or suppressed:
* Military. a sudden attack on the enemy, as by air or by a small land force.
* a vigorous, large-scale effort to lure away a competitor’s employees, members, etc.

McAleenan claims to regret the timing. Really? Putting it on hold for a week of two would have changed what? No, this raid was meant to 1) instill even more fear into migrants and 2) show the right wing that their “fear” of migrants well founded based on how many were found to be in their own backyard.

It is humorous that Anne Coulter (in tweets) has been calling for the prosecution of employers who hire undocumented workers, including Trump. While a number of articles imply that some employers were also picked up, most say none were either arrested or charged.

“In this case, this was a joint criminal investigation with ICE and the Department of Justice targeting work site enforcement, meaning companies that knowingly and willfully hire illegal aliens so that, in most cases, they can pay them reduced wages, exploit them further for their bottom line,” Morgan said Sunday. “That’s what this investigation was about — a criminal investigation.”

Prosecuting corporations — as opposed to workers — for immigration-related offenses has slowed under the Trump administration, according to a database maintained by Duke University and the University of Virginia and data reviewed by The Washington Post, with only a handful of companies prosecuted for such violations since 2017.

Lots of sympathy for the children . . . except from the government who seem to believe that scenes of crying children were staged to trick the public. Note that he says the mother was returned but not the father because he “had committed a crime.” And the mother didn’t? That is the true manipulation.

Both Morgan and McAleenan suggested Sunday that videos of children crying after their parents were taken away were designed to elicit sympathy from the public.

“I know it’s emotional. I know it’s done on purpose to show a picture like that,” Morgan said about a widely circulated video of a young girl crying and begging for her father to be brought back.

Morgan added that he “understands” why the girl is upset, “but her father committed a crime.” He said the girl was later reunited with her mother.

More semantics:

“These aren’t undocumented immigrants. These are illegal immigrants,” he said.

He should have been asked what the distinction is. Most of the rest of the article is the government trying to cover their rear, and making sure that the Trump agenda is front and center for his fans.

Yes, there should be consequences for remaining in this country without proper authorization. This is not the way to do it. It should be balanced (see my post yesterday about the near equal illegal immigration from Asia), even handed between workers and employers and it should not be harmful or hateful.

humphrey

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magsview

Total chaos when Bernie & Jane went to look at the silly butter cow!

magsview

People so excited! 🙂

magsview

lol

Don midwest
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WindDancer13

The total picked up in this week’s raids in Mississippi was 680. It is reported that 300 have been released, but told that they cannot return to work.

During the raids in Morton, the Koch Foods plant lost 243 workers of that plant’s 1000 person workforce. Keep that number in mind.

On Monday, Koch held a job fair in Morton.

Job fair after ICE raids: Here’s who showed up for Koch Foods plant jobs

FOREST — On Monday morning, the parking lot at the WIN Job Center in Forest was full.

About 25 to 30 people showed up to apply for jobs at Koch Foods’ nearby poultry processing plant. Of those, about an equal number were black, white or Latino.

The parking lot was full? With 243 openings, I would say they need a parking lot that was a bit more than “full.” The fact that these jobs are said to pay very well for the area does not bode well for the economy of the region when the jobs cannot be filled.

On a side note: Why did the author feel it important to point out that there was an equal racial mix of applicants?

I pointed this out on the day of the raids. Although, I have yet to see this talked about in the MSM, it is nice to see that some media also see the same problem.

Immigration Raids to Have Long-Term Effects on Poultry Towns

MORTON, Miss. (AP) — Effects of the largest immigration raid in at least a decade are likely to ripple for years through six Mississippi small towns that host poultry plants. A store owner who caters to Latino poultry plant workers fears he will have to close. A school superintendent is trying to rebuild trust with the Spanish-speaking community. And the CEO of a local bank says the effects are likely to touch every business in her town.


In the coming months, as those people await hearings, they’re unlikely to be able to work, and local churches are gathering food and money to provide aid.

Juan Garcia and his wife own Hondumex, a grocery store and restaurant catering to Latinos in downtown Morton, a small town of roughly 3,000 people about 40 miles east of the capital of Jackson. Sales have been terrible since the raid, Garcia said Thursday, surrounded by plantains, pastries and specially butchered meat. Garcia said even those who have been released will have trouble before they go to court.

“All the workers, the people that have been taken, they’re not going to be able to spend money,” Garcia said. “They’re not going to be able to work in the plant.” Garcia said many workers at the two raided poultry plants — Koch Foods and PH Foods — have bought houses. He questions whether they will be able to keep up their mortgage payments. Garcia said he and his wife also own a restaurant in nearby Philadelphia, Mississippi, and he may close the Morton store.

This information is included as we generally don’t get any good numbers about just how many migrants are currently “detained.” Keep in mind that many of the people who are being held are seeking asylum.

ICE didn’t have much space to detain workers, even overnight, because the number of people in custody is hovering near all-time highs. The agency has been housing thousands more than its budgeted capacity of 45,274 people, largely because of an unprecedented surge of Central American families arriving at the Mexican border.

Is it possible that in holding people who are seeking asylum that people who are just coming into the country for jobs are being allowed in? Past illegal migration numbers would suggest that this is so.

Don midwest
Don midwest

dems move to right on free trade

something fishy, look for Kochs

THE KOCHS FUNDED THIRD WAY TO PUSH FREE TRADE TO DEMOCRATS, NEW BOOK SAYS

The Third Way report was rolled out in coordination with then-Rep. Joe Crowley, a Democrat representing the Bronx and Queens, and then-Rep. Melissa Bean of Chicago. Both were leading figures in the party’s pro-business wing. “We all have to begin to speak differently about trade, how it benefits the economy and foreign policy, how it helps Americans and people abroad,” Crowley said in a 2007 Politico article.

The report, which was part of a broader push by Third Way and others to sell free trade policies to Democratic politicians, laid out a series of prescriptions to reframe the debate, and not a moment too soon. The global economic crisis that struck in 2008, which was met with austerity policies around the world, took whatever fuel there was behind the populist movement and lit it on fire.

The Obama administration embraced free trade, making the enactment of the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership a cornerstone of its global trade policy that was widely opposed on the left and right. Donald Trump made opposition to free trade a central component of his campaign and rode to the White House over the objections of the Koch brothers. He immediately pulled out of the TPP negotiations and has made opposition to free trade a central component of his presidency. The leading progressive Democratic candidates for president, Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, both opposed the free trade agreement.

After losing a primary to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Crowley is now employed by a lobbying firm and working to pass Trump’s renegotiated NAFTA. Bean recently left JPMorgan Chase to become CEO of Mesirow Wealth Advisors.

Third Way has consistently warned against the rise of populism on the left. In 2013, the group attacked Warren, warning she would take the party off a “populist cliff.” Third Way now claims to have come to terms with Warren and contends there’s a greater threat from Sanders’ brand of democratic socialism.

Aint Supposed to Die A Natural Death
Aint Supposed to Die A Natural Death

The author was interviewed today on Terry Gross’ show on NPR. Very informative but Kochs are scary. I can’t understand what people like them see as the end game.

magsview

I can’t understand what people like them see as the end game.

Same here! I’ve often wondered that. They must have more than enough money to live comfortably by now, so it seems like some kind of ego thing? Die happy knowing what an impact they had towards the conservative cause? Know that they’ll end up in the history books?

Here’s what Bernie thinks they want:

What Do the Koch Brothers Want?

For the Koch brothers, $80 billion in wealth, apparently, is not good enough. Owning the second largest private company in America is, apparently, not good enough. It doesn’t appear that they will be satisfied until they are able to control the entire political process.

https://www.sanders.senate.gov/koch-brothers

Don midwest
Don midwest

Matt Stoller tweets a lot but worth following

Don midwest
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magsview

Wow, that’s interesting.

Gabbard is taking two weeks off for some (military) training.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard announced Monday that she will leave the campaign trail for two weeks of active-duty training in Indonesia to fulfill her National Guard obligation.

“While some people are telling me, ‘Gosh, this is a terrible time to leave the campaign. Can’t you find a way out of it?’ That’s not what this is about,” the Hawaii Democrat said in a news release. “I look forward to joining my fellow soldiers for a joint-training exercise with the Indonesian military, focused on counterterrorism and disaster response.”

polarbear4

wonder if Indonesia limits anti-terrorism tactics to real terrorists. still, a good approach by Tulsi.

jcitybone

Taibbi thinks time is running out to go after Biden. I’m not sure I agree. Most people aren’t really paying attention now, but let’s see what happens in the next debate in September.

https://www.rollingstone.com/politics/politics-features/sanders-biden-870956/

Sanders still can’t walk in a straight line without attracting negative press. A New York Times story this week about Bernie’s trip to the Iowa state fair dinged him for having “power-walked by the Ferris Wheel” and “gobbled a corn dog” during a journey in which he “spoke to almost no one.” This, reporter Sydney Ember concluded, underscored the peril of a campaign based on ideas rather than “establishing human connections.”

The Times wrote the same story four years ago, when Bernie’s crime was walking down 6th Avenue, “swinging hands with his wife, Jane,” and “talking as little as possible to people.” Observing that Bernie signed the cast of a 9 year-old girl without schmoozing her undecided-voter father, reporter Patrick Healy concluded he was “surprisingly impersonal.” Headline: “Bernie Sanders does not kiss babies. That a problem?”

While Sanders can’t eat a corn dog without taking a hit, frontrunner Joe Biden is testing the limits of editorial slack. Biden struggles constantly with bizarre or flat-out inappropriate statements, an issue that goes beyond the speech impediment he had as a child. This year he’s putting together a George W. Bushian mashupof goofs,with “We choose truth over facts!” and the more troubling “poor kids are just as talented as white kids!” the latest. Tweeting about Biden’s lack of a “full deck” seems among Donald Trump’s favorite things to do of late, an ominous sign for a potential general election.

Biden’s gaffes have earned press, some negative (he’s “raising questions” about “electability,” says The Hill), but some defiant (the idea that gaffes are important in the Trump age is “particularly offensive,” says aWashington Post columnist). The question of whether Biden’s verbal fumbles deserve censure, laughter, or a break has become the prevailing controversy around the front-runner.

Meanwhile the larger issue of what Biden’s politics are, and whether they’re an improvement over the platform that lost to Trump four years ago, recedes. Even Sanders has seemed unsure if he should or shouldn’t throw his trademark vituperation at his old Senate colleague.

magsview

Since Biden seems to continue to be the frontrunner, I’m inclined to keep the focus on him, BUT, I think it’s a tricky situation because his supporters might be feeling very defensive these days, and so straight up attacks might backfire.

I agree with you jcitybone. Let Joe keep making gaffe after gaffe for now (it’s certainly something I see a lot of the press talking about) and see what happens during the September debate.

Biden’s gaffes pile up, worrying some supporters

polarbear4

i hope that Bernie just gives him enough rope. No need to yell at him ir be aggressive.

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WindDancer13

Pooh. The sound has been cut, apparently on all feeds, of the Breakfast With Bernie in Berlin, New Hampshire. So far, for the last 10 minutes. The comments on Twitch regarding this are quite funny.

Whew, back on! Missed a bunch of audience questions though and now on the last question.

WindDancer13

The Russians stole the itinerary. Stephen Colbert:

I’m not saying the Clintons don’t have any power, but masterminding a scheme to assassinate a high-profile prisoner in a maximum-security federal custody? They couldn’t even mastermind a visit to Wisconsin.

magsview

Uh oh! This might put Colbert on some people’s shit list! I’ve seen more than once people on twitter say things like, “If I hear one more person bring up Wisconsin!!” type thing (from Hillary supporters of course).

WindDancer13

NYT from email:

Policy lets U.S. reject the poor for green cards

Starting in October, the government will use a wealth test to determine whether legal immigrants who want to remain in the U.S. have the means to support themselves.

Under a regulation announced on Monday, poor immigrants would be denied permanent legal status, known as a green card, if they are considered likely to use benefit programs such as food stamps and subsidized housing.

Hundreds of thousands of immigrants enter the country legally every year, but President Trump has said that the U.S. should welcome immigrants based only on the “merit” they demonstrate.

The details: The program would not apply to those who already have green cards, to certain members of the military, to refugees and asylum-seekers, or to pregnant women and children.

Immigration advocates warned that many people may drop out of programs they need because they fear retribution.

I need to find the clip of the last debate when Biden said (paraphrased) “Yes! We will take PhD immigrants. We want those.”

polarbear4

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i add, “ we’re perfectly capable of smearing Bernie all on our own! “

magsview

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WindDancer13

Hmmm, I don’t know. This could blow up in MSM’s collective face. Trump promised a lot of things that people wanted. Bernie was the only candidate with the record of working on those things. That needs to be highlighted. (Maybe not this particular example, but there are others which can be used to turn the tables.)

Remember:
In 2008, people voted for change.
In 2016, people voted for change
In 2020, people will still be voting for the change that they have not gotten yet.

Benny

TOP Straw Poll up: https://bit.ly/33yWyCj

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magsview

Thank you for your support in that awful excuse for a diary I found myself mucking around in Benny! When I saw it (I was there hoping for the poll) it only had two comments in it, and I may have had a hand landing it on the rec list-if so I am truly sorry. But there was no way I could resist pushing back on that absurd assertion that Bernie is an authoritarian per that nasty commenter. That place is full of juvenile bullies. What a shame.

magsview

And TOP apparently.

humphrey

polarbear4

😢

humphrey

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polarbear4

And at the bottom
“Austerity for all.”

magsview

Doesn’t Cuccinelli (spit) purport to be Christian?

humphrey

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jcitybone

https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/13/politics/bernie-sanders-washington-post/index.html

Sen. Bernie Sanders scaled back his criticism of the media on Tuesday, telling CNN he did not believe that Amazon founder and Washington Post owner Jeff Bezos was dictating the paper’s coverage of his campaign.

But while the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate acknowledged that there is no direct link between the Post newsroom and Bezos, he continued to argue that the structure of the mainstream media leaves candidates like him at a disadvantage. “I think my criticism of the corporate media is not that they are anti-Bernie, that they wake up, you know, in the morning and say, ‘What could we do to hurt Bernie Sanders?’ — that’s not the case, that Jeff Bezos gets on the phone to The Washington Post,” the Vermont independent said in an interview with CNN. “There is a framework of what we can discuss and what we cannot discuss, and that’s a serious problem.”

On Tuesday, Sanders reprised a more comprehensive — and familiar — frustration with corporate-owned media and what he described as a lack of attention to poverty and income and wealth inequality. Sanders also looked back on the 2016 campaign, when, despite his successes in the Democratic primary, he received few endorsements from mainstream newspapers.

“So this is not into conspiracy theory,” Sanders said. “We are taking on corporate America. Large corporations own the media in America, by and large, and I think there is a framework, about how the corporate media focuses on politics. That is my concern. It’s not that Jeff Bezos is on the phone every day; he’s not.”

Despite his complaints, Sanders has regularly defended the media against President Donald Trump’s rhetoric — and again criticized the President on Tuesday.

“Donald Trump thinks that media in America is the enemy of the people. And to me, that is a disgusting remark which undermines American democracy. We need a free media to be there to analyze what’s going on, and to criticize, you know, candidates. That’s what a free media is about. Donald Trump thinks CNN is fake news; I don’t,” Sanders said.

“We use, probably every week, reports from CNN or CBS or ABC in our social media. There are some really great articles out there, like investigations which we use, so I don’t think media is fake news,” he noted.

polarbear4

full blockade.

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magsview

I think this is a good move. Not sure if it’ll stick, but worth a try.

polarbear4

idk. poors can’t have guns?

magsview

Good point. I have no idea how much liability insurance would cost. Guns are such a complex issue!

polarbear4

yeah. super complex. let’s start by banning assault weapons.

magsview

jcitybone

Our unbiased corporate media in action!

https://fair.org/home/media-defend-biden-by-attacking-dems-for-attacking-obama/

Coming out of the second round of Democratic debates, a curious storyline crystallized in the media: The candidates are attacking Obama, and that’s a sure-fire way to hand the election to Trump. It’s the latest flavor of “the Democrats are moving too far left” (FAIR.org, 7/2/19)—this time echoing both Trump himself and the right-wing Democratic candidates, including former Obama Vice President Joe Biden.

During the first debate, Rep. John Delaney pitched the story, claiming, “Most of the folks running for president want to build economic walls to free trade and beat up on President Obama.” Biden’s team was also quick to hype the story after his own appearance in the second debate. The Washington Post‘s Steven Stromberg (7/31/19) quoted one of his advisers immediately after the debate: “Many people on this stage spent more time attacking Obama than they did Trump. I think Democratic primary voters will make a judgment about this.”

The next day, Trump (Politico, 8/1/19) picked up the Biden spin, declaring:

The Democrats spent more time attacking Barack Obama than they did attacking me, practically. This morning, that’s all the fake news was talking about.

Indeed, it was hard to read coverage of the debates without tripping over pieces like, “Do Democrats Think They Can Win by Attacking Barack Obama?” (Washington Post, 7/31/19), “Worst Democratic Strategy Yet: Attack Obama’s Legacy” (New York Times, 8/2/19) or “‘Stay Away From Barack’: Dems Seethe Over Criticism of Obama” (Politico, 8/1/19). (Note that the “Dems” who are seething in these stories are almost exclusively Biden strategists, former Obama administration officials or strategists, and other party centrists.)

It’s a curious storyline, if you actually watched the debates. For the record, Trump was mentioned 199 times across the two nights; Obama (or “Obamacare”) was mentioned 32 times (including eight name-drops by Biden). And the non-Biden Obama mentions were largely framed as praise—as when Julián Castro argued (7/31/19) that most of the job growth Trump takes credit for was “due to President Obama. Thank you, Barack Obama. Thank you, Barack Obama”—or as a prop for the candidates’ plans, as when Kamala Harris said that the “architect of the Obama Affordable Care Act” supported Harris’s healthcare plan.

Obama was and continues to be highly popular with the public (and especially Democrats), so it’s no surprise that Biden is largely pinning his campaign on his connection to the former president, and trying to discredit opponents whose plans might differ from any of Obama’s policies. By going along with Biden’s efforts to construe any attacks on himself, his record or proposals as attacks on Obama, media are helping to construct a trope that seeks to trap anyone to the left of Obama—and to the left of the media’s comfort zone—by effectively putting most criticism of Biden off limits.

jcitybone

And here’s an article that WaPo does right. Excellent analysis and maps of rising temperatures in the US. Mags you and I are located in one of the areas most affected—The NE coast and adjacent inland areas.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2019/national/climate-environment/climate-change-america/

polarbear4

i’m sorry u2. my door is always open.

magsview

That’s so cool of you. ❤️

polarbear4

i c wut u did there. 😎

magsview

Back about 1980 I visited bf’s parent’s house on Long Island in the summer, and I thought, “No way could I live in such an oppressively humid place!”

Then I ended up moving to CT and it was bliss for years, but now it can get crazy hot and humid and uncomfortable. Plus the ground-level ozone levels (bad air) can get really bad. It’s definitely changed over the past 25+ yrs.

humphrey
humphrey

I don’t necessarily agree with all of the picks but it is heading in the right (or maybe left LOL) direction.

polarbear4

yeah. have a feeling i won’t agree with all, either. idk, why not join with BNC?

humphrey

polarbear4

Which they’d do the same for Bernie.

humphrey

orlbucfan

Nothing like looking at a superior dumbazz who even dickhead cheney fired. Of course, that was after this bunch of horrors “representing” me invaded Iraq.

humphrey

polarbear4

they just had to double down.

WindDancer13

Do new young progressive voters watch CNN? Doubtful. Otherwise, they would have been brainwashed into being good little Republican-light puppets.

magsview

Their paychecks depend on it.

polarbear4

😁

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WindDancer13

As soon as Netanyahu tells them they can.

polarbear4

humphrey

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Don’t know what this means, really, but thought it was interesting.

magsview

I wonder if it means that the photo of him being wheeled away on a gurney made its way to them quickly? Of course the official channels didn’t release the info until a bit later I imagine.

humphrey

humphrey

Not sure if he is now a mole. I have posted some of his tweets.

magsview

What does he mean by “stopped going after”?

polarbear4

from what I hear, he was pretty vicious during the last presidential election cycle. Looks like he’s wanting warren this time and is signaling that to his followers, I would guess.

As long as he doesn’t go after Bernie and even helps him, at times, I’m OK with that.

polarbear4

barely. not 4 bernie anyway. a shame.

magsview

Oh, yes, I get it now-he definitely used to “go after” Bernie years ago. Guess I would have characterized it more like, ‘you know why I stopped constantly smearing Bernie?’ but, Pete’s MMV!

WindDancer13

Death by police as the 14th cause of death for young men was bad enough.

humphrey

WindDancer13

The recession that sinks Trump may be the scurrying away from him by former hard-core supporters. Coulter and Scaramucci may be just the tip of the iceberg (and we all know how fast those are melting).

At least we are seeing some truth out of some of what they are saying about the state of the economy.

polarbear4

A little variation here.

humphrey

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polarbear4

“But the system she’d once known, as flawed as it was, had turned into a black box she no longer understood, with an ever-shifting array of rules and policies that granted untold discretion to the government. She couldn’t even get ICE attorneys to comply with a fundamental tenet of a fair system: providing proof of their case, evidence they could fight against.

To Peña and her colleagues, cases like Carlos’ signaled a troubling new era. Years of legal precedent had been swept away by Trump administration efforts to push through evermore harsh immigration policies like family separation. Then, when the courts pushed back and the policies were publicly rescinded, the administration discovered new ways to quietly continue them. She and her colleagues were counting hundreds of new cases of family separation along the border that occurred after the “zero tolerance” policy supposedly ended in June 2018. But no one could track what the government was doing with every case.”

humphrey

The results were mentioned earlier but I like this in graph form.😁👌👍👏

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polarbear4

too much lavender

not balanced

polarbear4


very short, but Kinda awesome

humphrey

polarbear4

W👀 H👀!!!! 🦜🔥🦜❤️

polarbear4

polarbear4

really

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