a federal judge hasmade a decision in regard to trump’s policy of separating parents from their children at the border, we will tell you about that when we return. welcome back to tyt, ana, maytha alhassen, and mark thompson with you. jayar, some tyt lives. from julia h., mark thompson on tyt, always love to see him and of course hear him, what a sexy voice. yeah, baby. do you use that on american idol? another one, trump’s excuse for not interviewing with mueller is that he was busy with north korea preparations. so i’m sure he will have no problem making time now. thank you for mentioning that, we talked about that in the production meeting and you are right. from beth havens, it isn’t that trump carries a big stick, it’s that he has small hands so of course it’s an optical illusion concerning that twig size in his hands. lastly from the youtube super chat, from progressive trucker, didn’t trump start a fake university for money? this is about the first block when we talk about stormy daniels and giuliani. those students got screwed and paid for it, what does that make trump? i get it, i get it. i do, and you are right. it makes me so angry. that was a con, and rudy giuliani talked about her being a con for money, stormy daniels, but, you know, the trump con is well known, trump university was one iteration of it and now we are in another iteration of it.
we do have some good news, let’s get to that. a federal judge from san diego has decided that an aclu lawsuit pertaining to trump’s policy of separating children from their migrant parents can go forward. now, this is a case that the government argued shouldn’t go forward, but the federal judge said no, there are real concerns, real issues at play, and it can go forward. judge dana sabraw says the following, that it may violate the constitution’s guarantees of due process. that was the reasoning behind his decision of allowing the case to move forward — but there was one argument that the aclu made that the judge did dismiss — so remember, this case has to do with immigrants who come to the border seeking asylum, and in response, based on trump’s policy, those people get prosecuted and as they get prosecuted their children get taken away from them and they get sent to various places to be detained, and some cases they are detention centers, and some cases they are shelters, and it really depends, but remember, this is happening on such a wide scale now that there are limited places to place these children. now, i will give you an example of one case that really stood out to me — she wasn’t reunited with her child for eight months. i mean, it’s just unbelievable. and you are right, ana is so right to point to the asylum — these are not people who have come here for economic opportunity, but by the way even if they were this treatment would be abhorrent, but these are people fleeing war and persecution of all sorts and they end up in this country and the minute they cross we separate them and we in a sense destroy the family fabric before they have even had a chance at this due process. so again let’s leave the legalities aside for a moment, this is the new america and i don’t think we can be okay with it.
. it violates sort of the ethical and moral underpinnings that we hope america has really been about. i really have a problem with this. now to the legal part, this is a breath of fresh air from a legal standpoint to think that this might be deserving of court intervention. let me read you a little more from the judge and his decision, he said that — so the judge is being incredibly fair there, because at the very end of that statement he writes, service of an otherwise legitimate government objective. which is to protect the border. so he’s saying we need to protect the border, but we need to do it in a constitutional way, and the way that this is being done brings up constitutional — potential constitutional violations and that violation is the lack of due process. in this case it’s a big win and i want to remind people that the history of the u.s. is a history of separating families through slavery and the prison industrial complex and in some cases through the foster industry, so it’s nice to see that there is a bond between children and their parents if they are seeking asylum, and i want to say it is our duty to take these folks in because in most of these cases we have been responsible for the reason they are fleeing. so in this story in the new york times ana was reading from and terms of the brazilian story there was a story of a woman who was coming and was separated from her seven-year-old child and that child was sent to chicago and she was coming through the california border, the southern part of the border, and what was really disheartening to me, i had to recall, this was the congo they were coming from, and the congo is in a state of disarray because in 1961 we were involved in murdering the prime minister and backing a deadly regime and have been through corporations in this country extracting the resources that are in the congo and has led to extreme war and the most deaths of any conflict since world war ii so we have blood on our hands and the least we can do is allow people to come in, and this zero-tolerance policy the attorney general was determined to pass through was intended to target central americans, and we should if we don’t already know the history of our involvement for decades in places like guatemala and el salvador, we bomb and ban, we don’t want to deal with the consequences, and i’m happy to see that there is support for that from a legal standpoint. and to give you some numbers, — so this is already happening on a wide scale, and we didn’t know it but the trump administration had already begun implementing this type of policy in january 2017. so this is going to have a widespread impact not just on the migrants and their families but also on us as americans because remember, the whole notion of doing this is we have to save taxpayers money, right? no, this is actually a very costly thing, and i don’t really care that much about taxes versus what this is doing to people’s lives, but if you are supportive of this because you think it’s saving the government money and taxpayers resources, that is not the case, we are prosecuting them, that takes resources, we are detaining them, that takes resources, we are imprisoning them, that takes resources. she said it. it’s a moneymaking scheme, it’s hateful and it place to his base but more importantly this is something that has been supported by the private prison industry, it makes so much money for these private prisons, that’s the reason why their stock prices shot up as soon as he got elected, because they know he would implement these types of policies. for sure. and again to appeal to economics versus the human condition or what is happening to our earth as well. so to prioritize those values is to completely disconnect from the human experience as well and even in the economic case it’s not helping.
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