The human cost of stepped-up deportation

The human cost of stepped-up deportation

Image3This is not to place solely on the current occupant of the White House, but it seems that he has decided to increase the drama and misery, because he can. One of the best parts of storytelling is conveying means from the subject’s point of view without agenda filters. Any action that draws attention to the plight of these world and former US “citizens” is appreciated.

Meanwhile, the opposition to this border wall and all that it entails continues to multiply. There is much to be said for political pandering, but when something as important as border security, shouldn’t you go to the people that actually have to experience the consequences of your actions? Not a hard concept, but alien to the ruling class. Having not been to the Mexican border personally during my transport career, can’t vouch for it personally, but any objective look at the terrain that is covered presents a challenge for anyone to make the pass.

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