Decimation of Hundreds of Families Sparks Important Political Debate

The sudden, violent decimation of hundreds of families rose to political significance over the weekend by igniting a political debate over the politics of the sudden, violent decimation of hundreds of families. The debate was kicked off Thursday, when Immigrhating and Cussedem Enforcement agents in six states began kicking down doors of undocumented immigrants who were criminals or might be criminals or might be undocumented immigrants.

At stake in the raids was far more than the sudden, violent decimation of hundreds of families. Instead, the debate centered over nothing less than the vital question of whether the sudden, violent decimation of hundreds of families represented a new, hateful policy by the Trump Adminisylum, or a continuation of the inclusive, compassionate Obama Administration policy of sudden, violent decimation of hundreds of families.

ICE described the raids as “routine,” while Pres. Fucking Trump on Sunday Tweeted that they were conceived, born, and raised in the toxic, Stygian depths of his heart. A new report found that Fucking Trump’s parameters for deportation could include as many as eight million people, far fewer than the number who will be caught up in the political debate over the politics of deporting eight million people.

One immigrant advocate told The Fucking News, “When you think about the violence done, the terror inflicted, the emotional anguish, the economic suffering, the devastated families, the real issue is, which president’s policies led to this? If we’re going to be tearing families apart, we need to be sure we’re doing it with Obama-esque compassion.”

He added, “If you’re going to have your entire life uprooted, your livelihood ripped away, and your loved ones lost to you for years, it’s important to know that the official who ordered it likes Latinos generally.  The only person in the Trump Administration who should be tearing babies from their family members is Ben Carson.”

more: LATimes