The need to keep the uniformed Dazzler sister’s together – and happy – is in sharp contrast in NOT keeping children with their parents. Above we see children being marched around in a camp in Texas. They are not in uniform like the neo-Confederates that surround Rick Perry and his wife, are. This is a show of – UNITY! Those are Confederate UNIFORMS! The message is…….”The South will rise again!”
Congress needs to question Perry about his position on the Trump cabinet. Is he giving Trump advice on immigration? Rick is the Governor of Texas in these pics. He knows about the Death Camps where Jews were starved to death, while the Germans were well fed. The parents of the Dazzler Dancers make sure their daughters are well fed. When children are seperated from their parents, their primary concern is if they will eat again. British and U.S. Soldier who saw the Death Camps, swore this would never happen again.
“Sturdivant’s family was told that a team banquet paid for by parents was canceled, but later learned that Fine and all of the other dancers except Sturdivant had attended a dinner on the Plaza on the same date as the canceled banquet.”
THE SEPERATED AND UNFED
WASHINGTON — Thousands more immigrant children were separated from their parents under the Trump administration than previously reported and whether they have been reunified is unknown, according to a report released Thursday by the inspector general for the Department of Health and Human Services.
The report found a spike in immigrant family separations beginning in the summer of 2017, a year prior to the “zero tolerance” policy that prosecuted immigrant parents who crossed the border illegally while holding their children separately in HHS custody. The families separated under zero tolerance were represented in a class action lawsuit, where a federal judge ordered that the government reunify them.
However, the government had no such order to reunify children separated prior to “zero tolerance.” Some may have been released to family or nonrelative sponsors, but it is not known how many have been reunified.
On December 12, 2016, multiple sources reported that Perry would be nominated by Trump to serve as Secretary of the United States Department of Energy. On December 14, 2016, it was officially announced that Perry would be nominated as Secretary of Energy by President-elect Donald Trump. He was heavily criticized when he was first nominated because, during a previous presidential campaign, Perry (after briefly forgetting which of the three departments he wanted to eliminate) said he intended to abolish the department. His nomination was approved by a 16–7 vote from the United States Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources on January 31, 2017.