This is another example of how our government is failing us, all of us. Even if only half of what this says is true, we have a Senator who was formerly a Presidential candidate proposing an act that appears to be good on face value, but when you look at the behind the scenes realities, it’s more of the same. Empty promises that don’t do anything or worse.
And if all you read are the headlines, it seems like the government is moving forward to solve this problem, when in reality, it’s not. Because the people who want asylum are the wrong color.
Oh, and ask yourself, isn’t the executive order that the President signed yesterday sort of like a little kid who broke the window and then bends over backwards to be the one to clean it up? Think about it and read the article please…..
The practical effect of Cruz’s bill would be a system where families are detained, held in deplorable conditions that cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars per year to maintain, and deported after they are unable to develop robust asylum cases in a mere 14 days. Of course, his 14-day processing deadline doesn’t account for the nearly 300,000 pending asylum cases that have yet to be adjudicated. Cruz’s bill does propose doubling the number of immigration judges to 750 but fails to explain how these