Feds: Thousands of Separated Migrant Children Will Never Be Reunited

Reuniting thousands of migrant children separated from their parents or guardians at the U.S.-Mexico border will be impossible say Trump administration immigration officials.

According to NBC News:

“The Trump administration said in a court filing that reuniting thousands of migrant children separated from their parents or guardians at the U.S.-Mexico border may not be “within the realm of the possible.” read more

Evil Trump Is Stealing Cancer Funds to Pay for Childrens’ Jails

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) is reportedly reallocating more than $260 million in funds this year to house the increased number of detained migrant children.

According to a letter from HHS Secretary Alex Azar obtained by Yahoo News, more than $180 million coming from medical-related programs within the department, such as cancer research. The other $80 million is coming from refugee funds that were allocated to help refugees but are not being used. read more

Trump Will Soon Separate Over 200,000 Children From Their Parents

President Donald Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy which resulted in several thousand migrant children being separated from their families has caused an international outcry and a political backlash within the United States.  And despite Trump’s executive order reversing the policy of separating migrant families, most of the children have not been reunited with their parents. In fact, it is possible that some children may never be reunited. read more

Thousands of Kids Still Separated From Families as Deadline Looms

Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex Azar said Thursday that several thousand children who were separated from their parents at the U.S. border remain in federal custody.

Last week a federal judge issued an order to the Trump Administration saying they had just two weeks to reunite the separated families. With that deadline looming HHS is now reportedly doing DNA tests as they attempt to verify family relationships between the children and the adults claiming to be their parents or other relatives. read more