Trump signs executive order stopping separation of migrant families

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wonderwall15
wonderwall15
Merica1776
Merica1776 said (edited): No, it's not fair to say that. Trump's executive order didn't effectively stop the separations. In section 5, paragraph b it states "This order shall be implemented in a manner consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations." Now, let me explain what "applicable law" means. This is what the fake news media doesn't tell you... In 1997, pro-illegal immigration advocacy groups challenged the detention of illegal juveniles by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The Supreme Court upheld the regulation that provided for the release of minors ONLY to their parents, close relatives, or legal guardians. Despite that regulation being upheld, Bill Clinton's administration entered into a settlement agreement over Flores v. Reno, and that the first big mistake made by the liberals. The Flores settlement agreement allows the agency to detain unaccompanied minors for only “20 days before releasing them to the Department of Health and Human Services which places the minors in foster or shelter situations until they locate a sponsor.” Enter turbo-liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Now here's mistake number two- The 9th Circuit Court interpreted the settlement agreement to apply to “both minors who are accompanied and unaccompanied by their parents.” That means that all alien minors, EVEN the children arriving WITH their parents MUST be placed in shelters or in the care of sponsor after 20 days. Trump signs an executive order: Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation. It puts Congress in control of fixing the law children won't be required to be separated by law. The media blames Trump and pushes fake news, liberal MORONS lose their minds, and congress digs in it's heels and they keep blaming Trump. The vote on the Goodlatte bill has been postponed until next Friday. Lets see if the Democrats are willing to work to fix the mess that they created 20 years ago. I Hope this helped. https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/507/292.html https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/affording-congress-opportunity-address-family-separation/

Hmm that sounds clear. If only Trump's admin actually takes time to explain all these through their official mouthpieces there'd be less confusion. Appreciate your time explaining this. However you begin to wonder what previous admins did before not enforcing this supposedly settlements you're citing, does this mean you can opt out of it? If yes then there's still no active law that allows the separation right? I can't find any from this: https://www.uscis.gov/laws/laws-regulations-and-guides-immigration-and-nationality-act. Is Trump simply following an existing law or changing policies as deterrent. And also why hasn't Congress made a law to strengthen our borders before? Has there always been this deadlock between parties?

Philip Carino
Philip Carino
Merica1776
Merica1776 said (edited): No, it's not fair to say that. Trump's executive order didn't effectively stop the separations. In section 5, paragraph b it states "This order shall be implemented in a manner consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations." Now, let me explain what "applicable law" means. This is what the fake news media doesn't tell you... In 1997, pro-illegal immigration advocacy groups challenged the detention of illegal juveniles by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The Supreme Court upheld the regulation that provided for the release of minors ONLY to their parents, close relatives, or legal guardians. Despite that regulation being upheld, Bill Clinton's administration entered into a settlement agreement over Flores v. Reno, and that the first big mistake made by the liberals. The Flores settlement agreement allows the agency to detain unaccompanied minors for only “20 days before releasing them to the Department of Health and Human Services which places the minors in foster or shelter situations until they locate a sponsor.” Enter turbo-liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. Now here's mistake number two- The 9th Circuit Court interpreted the settlement agreement to apply to “both minors who are accompanied and unaccompanied by their parents.” That means that all alien minors, EVEN the children arriving WITH their parents MUST be placed in shelters or in the care of sponsor after 20 days. Trump signs an executive order: Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation. It puts Congress in control of fixing the law children won't be required to be separated by law. The media blames Trump and pushes fake news, liberal MORONS lose their minds, and congress digs in it's heels and they keep blaming Trump. The vote on the Goodlatte bill has been postponed until next Friday. Lets see if the Democrats are willing to work to fix the mess that they created 20 years ago. I Hope this helped. https://caselaw.findlaw.com/us-supreme-court/507/292.html https://www.whitehouse.gov/presidential-actions/affording-congress-opportunity-address-family-separation/

And there we go, almost a week after and they didn't arrive at a compromise. Is it really just the Democrats or are republicans at fault too?

Merica1776
Merica1776

No, it's not fair to say that. Trump's executive order didn't effectively stop the separations. In section 5, paragraph b it states "This order shall be implemented in a manner consistent with applicable law and subject to the availability of appropriations." Now, let me explain what "applicable law" means. This is what the fake news media doesn't tell you...

In 1997, pro-illegal immigration advocacy groups challenged the detention of illegal juveniles by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The Supreme Court upheld the regulation that provided for the release of minors ONLY to their parents, close relatives, or legal guardians. Despite that regulation being upheld, Bill Clinton's administration entered into a settlement agreement over Flores v. Reno, and that the first big mistake made by the liberals.

The Flores settlement agreement allows the agency to detain unaccompanied minors for only “20 days before releasing them to the Department of Health and Human Services which places the minors in foster or shelter situations until they locate a sponsor.” Enter turbo-liberal 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Now here's mistake number two- The 9th Circuit Court interpreted the settlement agreement to apply to “both minors who are accompanied and unaccompanied by their parents.” That means that all alien minors, EVEN the children arriving WITH their parents MUST be placed in shelters or in the care of sponsor after 20 days.

Trump signs an executive order: Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Separation. It puts Congress in control of fixing the law children won't be required to be separated by law. The media blames Trump and pushes fake news, liberal MORONS lose their minds, and congress digs in it's heels and they keep blaming Trump. The vote on the Goodlatte bill has been postponed until next Friday. Lets see if the Democrats are willing to work to fix the mess that they created 20 years ago.

I Hope this helped.

wonderwall15
wonderwall15

He said, alongside his minions, that only Congress could stop the family separations. Is it fair to say that Trump lied about that after this EO effectively stopped the separations?

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