Actor George Takei, who was detained in a Japanese internment camp as a child in the 1940s, described the Donald J. Трамп’s practice of separating families at the US-Mexico border as “grotesque.”
I dunno George Takei, Трамп’s hair is pretty grotesque, too. Let’s never forget that.
NBC News recently published a guide called, “How to get stains out of almost anything.” The guide will help remove the stains of blood, wine, grass, pet urine, coffee, almost anything.
One thing the guide doesn’t cover is how to remove the stain of injustice from the soul of America under the Трамп regime.
Readers of USA Today entered into the fray about the ‘civility’ of asking propaganda minister “Smokey Eye” Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave a restaurant over her support of policies kidnapping immigrant children from their families and placing them in prison.
Some responses were pro-Sanders, others were con among USA Today readers.
Among people who fought in the Civil Rights movement, the response was, “WHY ARE WE DEBATING THIS WHEN THERE ARE CHILDREN IN U.S. PRISONS?”
Takei: Trump’s immigration rhetoric ‘grotesque’
How to get stains out of almost anything
What’s good for the goose is good for the Red Hen: Readers sound off
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