“Lets not push it under the rug, or push it to the side because, no matter what, it’s going to keep coming up. You know, if you never deal with that dirt up under the carpet, it’s going to get larger and larger, and it’s going to keep coming up.”– Herschel Walker.
A N A T Y P I C A L B O A R D I N G S C H O O L
Ladies and gentlemen we have all been had by President Trump.
On the surface he appears to be an incompetent idiot placed into highest office of the land because the United States was sick and tired of the old way of doing business.
Trump, master showman that he is, feigned his deep concern for all those children who were taken away from their parents and placed in detention center holding areas.
He did not solve the problem or make any immediate plans to get these children back to their parents.
Instead this master of mayhem has offered them a 20 day hiatus within which congress will iron out the wherefores and the why’s of this politically embarrassing issue. Once again the shrewd Mr. Trump has publicly washed his hands of the whole sticky situation.
Steve Bannon has taught him well. Confusion, coercion and conniving has enabled this bumbler to let someone else solve the nation’s problems for him.
What he could not hide from public scrutiny and outrage was the now revealed fact that there are many such “child care facilities” throughout the United Sates and many state governors are unaware that they even existed.
A number of these immigrant children were separated from their parents, shipped across the country and, for the last two months, secretly spent their days in an East Harlem foster care center.
The children were placed in foster homes by the federal government without the city’s knowledge, according to the mayor’s office.
The center is one of several undisclosed nonprofits in the city contracted by the federal government to supervise the separated children.
It has taken in 350 kids since the policy began in April, according to the mayor, who added the youngest child to be brought there was just nine months old.
While Jeff Sessions is quoting biblical scriptures to justify his actions it is probably correct to infer that Trump is glossing over his book “The Art of the Deal” hoping that an insignificant footnote contained in that compendium of misinformation will help him overcome this temporary blip in his political career.
Meanwhile back on planet earth the displaced children are suffering not only deep psychological scars but are also exposed to head lice, chicken pox and other diseases that appear when human beings are treated like animals. – gc