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Matthew Kolken on Deportation And Removal

Obama Admin Still Fighting to Jail Mothers and Children in Deportation Internment

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The Obama administration is still fighting to preserve their ability to jail refugee mothers and children in deportation internment camps.

From Politico:

"The Obama administration is asking a federal judge to reconsider her ruling that called for the release of tens of thousands of immigrant mothers and children who tried to crossed the southern border illegally.

In a 60-page response filed late Thursday, Justice Department lawyers argued that family detention facilities run by the Department of Homeland Security are a necessary tool to help deter illegal migration to the United States."

Is there any question that Obama has presided over the most anti-immigrant Presidency in the history of this country?

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