While Making The World Great Again, Trump Just Received Horrible News He Didn’t Deserve

As reported by| RWN After doing what no world leader had been able to do since the Korean War President Trump was able to secure peace in the Korean Peninsula and officially bringing the war to an end it. These accomplishments made the President a shoe-in for next years Nobel Peace Prize. But today those hopes unfairly came to an end for President Trump when a member the Norwegian Nobel Committee condemned President Trump for the “zero tolerance” immigration policy that has resulted in the separating of families. He even went as far as to add that the president is “no longer the moral leader of his country or the world.”

Here is more on this via The Hill:

“A member of the Norwegian Nobel Committee is condemning President Trump for the “zero tolerance” immigration policy that has resulted in separated families, saying that the president is “no longer the moral leader of his country or the world.”


“What is happening at the border where he is separating children from their parents is a sign that he is no longer the moral leader of his country or the world,” Thorbjorn Jagland, who is also the secretary general of a human rights watchdog, Council of Europe, said, according to Agence France-Press.

“He cannot speak on behalf of the so-called free world,” he added.

Many lawmakers previously supported the idea of Trump being nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts in convening a meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un earlier this month. But Jagland and many other heads of human rights groups have spoken out against Trump this week for his immigration policy.

Trump is facing outrage from Democratic and Republican lawmakers over the policy, which led to the separation of approximately 2,000 children from their families from mid-April to the end of May, according to The Associated Press.

The House and Senate are both moving forward with legislation that would end Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, though it remains unclear when it may emerge through Congress.

Jagland also said that the decision to withdraw the U.S. from the United Nations Human Rights Council on Tuesday is another example that shows Trump “does not want to be part of international treaties or international cooperation-based organizations.”

But what all these people calling Trump amoral and Nazi are missing is one simple fact. This law has been on the books and implemented since President George W. Bush signed it. In fact, President Barack Hussein Obama had no issue whatsoever in using it in 2014. But back then no one had an issue with what was happening. In fact, the liberal mainstream media was 100% silent about it.

Let’s compare 2014 to the present crisis:

But Former President Barack Hussein Obama still has his Nobel Peace Prize!

Here is more on this via Breitbart:

Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump were both faced with the issue of unaccompanied minors and family units following the passage of a law by a Democrat-controlled Congress and signed by President George W. Bush in 2008. The law, intended to curb human smuggling, became a magnet for families and children to the U.S. border.

“The most obvious and direct cause of the flood of children from Central America is the 2008 human trafficking law that ended the rapid deportation of unaccompanied minors who come illegally from countries other than Mexico and Canada,” the Washington Post wrote in July 2014. “The law, which cleared both houses of Congress by unanimous consent and was signed by George W. Bush in his final days in office, was bipartisan and well intentioned — but it was exploited by the very traffickers it was meant to target, who encouraged this huge emigration of children from Central America.”

The Trump Administration could not agree more with the Post’s article.

“Once again it is Congress’s job to change the law. We’re calling on them to do exactly that,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters on Monday in response to criticism of President Trump’s policies regarding families and minors at the border by former First Lady Laura Bush, Breitbart News’ John Nolte reported.

“And, frankly, this law was actually signed into effect in 2008 under her husband’s leadership, not under this administration,” she added. “We’re not the one’s responsible for creating this problem; we’ve inherited it. But we’re actually the first administration stepping up and trying to fix it.”

The manner in which Presidents Obama and Trump handled what became an overwhelming crisis stands in sharp contrast.

President Obama:

Creates magnet for families and minors with the implementation of the DACA Program.
Expands magnet with the implementation of DAPA for parents.
Keeps news of surging migrant families and minors quiet until June 2014.
Warehouses large numbers of families and minors in overcrowded and unsafe conditions.
Implements “Catch and Release 2.0,” program to release minors and families into U.S. interior.
Prohibits media and congressional leaders from photographing conditions in detention centers.
Orders deployment of National Guard to supplement border security efforts.

President Trump:

Rescinds DAPA program.
Orders end of DACA program and urges Congress to find a permanent solution.
Issues order to stop migrant family “caravans” at the border to prevent overcrowding at shelters.
Issues “zero-tolerance” policy for first-time border crossers.
Orders increased prosecution of repeat border crossers.
Implements policy to remove minors from parents being prosecuted for illegally crossing the border.
Improves the quality of living conditions for detained minors.
Orders deployment of National Guard to supplement border security efforts.
Proposes border walls and fencing to replace decaying infrastructure and increase border security.
Invites media and congressional leaders to tour new family and minors detention and processing centers.

Shortly before President Obama’s re-election in 2012, he introduced a program that allowed some young people who were brought to the U.S. illegally by their parents to remain in the U.S. without fear of removal. The administration action became known as the Deferred Action Against Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. The impact on the southwest border was immediate as scores of families and unaccompanied minors began to move to the southern border with hopes of being included in similar programs in the future.

The U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Southwest Border Migration Reports began to show a sharp rise in the apprehensions of migrants. This stood in sharp contrast to the years of decline in border apprehensions from 2000 to 2012.

A surge of unaccompanied minors and families began to cross the U.S.-Mexico Border, mostly in Texas, following the Obama Administration’s adoption of catch and release procedures.

News of this surge remained mostly unreported until June 5, 2014 when Breitbart Texas Editor-in-Chief Brandon Darby published leaked Border Patrol images revealing the true numbers of UACs crossing the border, overwhelming federal agencies tasked with processing and “warehousing” these “children.”

During a debate on the Senate floor in July 2014, Senators agreed the law signed by George W. Bush appeared to be the cause of the wave of migrant children and families, the Post article continued. Senator Jeff Flake (R-AZ) called it “the root of it or the main part of it,” while Senator John Cornyn said, “We need to change that 2008 law” because it creates a perception that “these immigrants who come across will not be detained.”

This is truly sickening. When Barack Hussein Obama was president no one even batted an eye for these kids. But today it’s being branded as a crisis worse than the Holocaust. And where is the blame for the parents in all of this? President Trump didn’t force them to send their unaccompanied minors over the border illegally. And why do we, the American Taxpayer need to cloth, house and feed these kids? Isn’t it about time we start to worry about those minors living in the thousands of tent cities which have popped up all over the nation’s big cities instead of the children of foreign nationals?

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