Donald Trump Jr. just posted one picture that Obama wanted to keep secret
Since leaving office, Barack Obama remains a major player in the Democrat Party.
He uses his influence to enrich himself and push his far-left views.
But all of that is done after Donald Trump Jr. posted one picture that Obama wanted to be kept secret.
Currently, there is no issue Democrats are whining about more than migrant detention.
When illegal immigrants come over the border and are caught, they are detained until they face deportation.
But Democrats claim it’s immoral, and that illegal immigrants are being held in “concentration camps,” with children being put in cages.
But as Donald Trump Jr. pointed out with one picture on Twitter, the practice occurred long before Trump.
The picture shows Obama’s former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson inside of one of the migrant detention centers.
Interesting that everyone is being very deferential to Obama on this. Let’s be clear where this started. pic.twitter.com/6RQEuZ6joQ
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) June 28, 2019
These detention centers have been around since long before Trump.
The Obama and Clinton administrations both used immigrant detention centers because they’re necessary.
Even since leaving Obama’s administration, Johnson continues to defend the camps, and even childhood separation.
On Fox News Sunday, former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson said that under the Barack Obama administration, they did detain some children alone and some families together, two policies for which Donald Trump has been widely blamed.
Johnson told host Chris Wallace that they “thought it was necessary at the time,” and that it is still is.
“Without a doubt the images, and the reality, from 2014, just like 2018, are not pretty,” Johnson said. “We expanded it, I freely admit it was controversial, we believed it was necessary at the time, I still believe it is necessary to remain a certain capability for families.”
Of course, Johnson is correct.
You don’t really have borders unless they are secured, and if those who illegally cross them face consequences.
When an adult commits a crime, they get separated from their children.
An illegal immigrant breaking U.S. border laws should be no different.