The Trump administration tried to delay the court order that was needed to get them to reunite the families they tore apart. A federal judge threw out the complaint and said, 'the government must reunite them.'
A federal judge has thrown out the Trump team's attempt to avoid meeting a court-imposed deadline to reunite the families they tore apart.
District Judge Dana Sabraw denied the Trump administration's argument that it needed more time to reunite the 101 children aged 5 and under.
"The government must reunite them," Sabraw said, "It must comply with the time frame unless there is an articulable reason."
Administration officials at the Department of Justice were the ones trying to slow down reunification. It was the DOJ, under Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who implemented the heartless "zero tolerance" policy that prosecuted all border crossers and separated families.
Reportedly, the number of children held by the government, thanks to this policy, is approximately 3,000.
Sabraw, who was appointed by President George W. Bush, blasted the administration's mishandling of the cases before them.
He noted the "situation has reached a crisis level" and that the "chaotic circumstances" swirling around the families and related agencies are simply of the Trump team's own making.
Americans are rejecting Trump's cruelty in droves.
But they are losing badly in the court of public opinion after massive grassroots condemnation of their anti-family campaign grows.
At the same time, Trump is losing in court as judges reject the lame justifications offered by his underlings for the disastrous way they have handled everything.
Trump's hate-fueled immigration policy is a dud in the courtroom and on Main Street.
Published with permission of The American Independent Foundation.