Customs and Border Protection’s Rio Grande Valley Sector via Associated Press
Trump’s widely-condemned immigration crackdown that is traumatizing children and tearing families apart is based on three false premises.
Contrary to Trump’s rhetoric, there is no immigration crisis. Immigrants are less likely to commit crimes. And immigrants are a boon to the economy, not a drag.
Trump’s immigration policies are inconsistent with his purported economic growth goal of 3% to 4%.
US President Donald Trump’s policy of ripping children away from their parents as a deterrent to other immigrants has drawn widespread condemnation as an abhorrent violation of basic human rights, forcing the administration to partly reverse course.
But as thousands of families face the ongoing limbo, uncertainty and terror of not knowing when or if they will be reunified, it’s worth examining some of the basic premises upon which Trump’s restrictive anti-immigrant policies, including the Muslim ban upheld by the Supreme Court Tuesday, are based.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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