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Little girl sobs for her father after he was taken during the Mississippi ICE raids. She pleads for him to be let go: "I need my dad."
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Chris Estleton Aug 8
Replying to @CBSNews
It’s unfortunate her family put her in this position. I feel terrible for her. At the same I Do want our immigration laws enforced
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Madison✶🏳️‍⚧️ Aug 8
Replying to @Estleton12 @CBSNews
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Nikki Lee Heart 🦊🌮 Aug 8
They should ask for a heart first.
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Andrew Lee Aug 8
How come there weren't any arrests of the CEOs or upper management of these companies?
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FranklyHonest Aug 9
They will likely only get fined
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Geoffrey Tobin Aug 9
You mean, the customers will pay.
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KJR Aug 9
No, many of these workers have false identifications allowing them to scam the employer into believing they are legal.
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Geoffrey Tobin Aug 12
Small companies I can believe. Big companies with hundreds of undocumented migrants on their payrolls for decades? Innocent? Not a chance.
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David Greenfield Aug 8
Replying to @CBSNews
For over 30 yrs the US Congress encouraged immigrants to come to the US as labor. They sided with business that wanted workers. They never took the easy step making it illegal to hire illegal immigrants. Congress caused millions to come. They are productive workers with families.
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David Greenfield Aug 8
Replying to @CBSNews
It is extremely cruel & hypocritical to now disrupt productive families after they we encouraged by Congress & businesses to come to America to work. Our economy benefits by their presence. Our economy needs workers to grow. Stop the unproductive cruelty. Vote all GOP out.
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Steph Aug 8
Replying to @CBSNews
ICE encountered 18 juveniles working at the one as young as 14 years old. Nearly half of the 680 people detained have already been released, but the ONLY thing media/democrats are telling you is children cry when their parents are arrested.
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Fred J. Robledo Aug 8
Curious, what crime did he commit?
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JWPA Aug 8
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jess fedigan Aug 8
What’d you type in for this?
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JWPA Aug 8
Green shirt guy! He’s my new spirit animal.
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Mark Thiele Aug 8
Replying to @CBSNews
I don’t know if being American is something to be proud of right now.
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Tim McBreen Aug 8
Replying to @mthiele10 @CBSNews
I haven’t been proud for awhile now.
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Mark Thiele Aug 8
Replying to @tim_mcbreen @CBSNews
That
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Chris Aug 8
Not sure when I started to refer to the U.S. as a "less civilized country." When I see what other countries/societies achieve by working together, I can't help but lament the side-effects of our individualism and exceptionalism. Do we actually need an enemy to bring us together?
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Chris Aug 8
And, I guess it's an enemy we have to believe in as a people. The former Soviet Union and its satellites were visible. They were in our faces in the space race, the arms race, the race for global power, etc. I hate to go there, but "climate change" just doesn't have the branding.
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