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Qasim Rashid, Esq.
After 23 days, ICE finally released Francisco Erwin Galicia—a Dallas-born U.S. CITIZEN •He lost 26 pounds b/c they starved him •They denied him showers •They crammed him in a tiny space w/60 men How much longer y’all who support 45 staying silent?🤔
Francisco Erwin Galicia, a Dallas-born U.S. citizen, spent 23 days in the custody of U.S. Customs and Border Protection in conditions that made him...
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Jul 25
Replying to @QasimRashid
In VA several in GOP want to force local police to abandon their own responsibilities to serve their community—and instead help ICE hunt down our neighbors😳 I’m running for VA Senate to uphold fairness, justice, & compassion Sign up to join our fight:
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Toby Williams Jul 25
Replying to @QasimRashid
I live in Richmond and would like to assist with your campaign.
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Jul 25
Replying to @softspokn1
Please submit this form here & email Gigi@rashidforva.com who is our field director. We would love to have you join us.
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Toby Williams Jul 25
Replying to @QasimRashid
Thank you!
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Catherine Comer Jul 24
Replying to @QasimRashid
26 pounds in 23 days is starving someone. If he had been an older man or a man with health problems he would be dead right now.
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Carolyn 🏳️‍🌈 Jul 24
This is what they did in places like Auschwitz, too.
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Heather Jul 24
Yep. They say they aren’t concentration camps, and yet.
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Unironically Ellie Jul 24
Replying to @QasimRashid
This American citizen needs to speak up about that conditions in these camps. Maybe Trump supporters will hear it if it comes from an American wrongly held in custody. Am I just fooling myself about their ability for compassion.
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The Agitated Otter Jul 24
Replying to @NYCEllieD @QasimRashid
I've tried that. They whine something something falsified birth certificate something go back to where they came from something something MAGA. Nothing gets through to them. Propaganda has calcified their brains. They basically need deprogramming at this point.
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Ed Latorre Jul 25
And when this all ends, they’re going to demand forgiveness and that everyone just FORGET what they happily let happen
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Chris Polansky Jul 24
Replying to @QasimRashid
Never let the right get away with their "if they don't like the conditions, go back where they came from" messaging. This man was born in Texas and was arrested in Texas, far from the border.
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Kaya Jones 🆘️ (In TechniColor) Jul 24
And then they came for the brown Americans...
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Colonizers LEAVE MAUNA KEA Jul 25
This isn’t good reasoning. “They’ll eventually come for me” is a reminder how selfish people are in having to be reminded of themselves to consider others’ humanity, please just say he’s human.
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Steve Rosa Jul 25
KayaColor: Niemoller’s message was directed at the selfish which is why it might not land with you ☮️
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Colonizers LEAVE MAUNA KEA Jul 25
I know who originally said it, I just don’t agree with the reasoning. We shouldn’t be trying to empathize with the selfish, we should be examining what allows them to be selfish.
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Kaya Jones 🆘️ (In TechniColor) Jul 25
I think you've missed the point. I did --not-- create the message to instill empathy or fear, nor to warn specific groups. The point was to emphasize the gravity of America's current situation by highlighting *parallels* between our current situation & that of the Holocaust. 😔
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Naja pallida Jul 24
Replying to @QasimRashid @shaunking
Let's just sum it up, they kidnapped and tortured a US citizen for no reason other than because they could.
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Patrick L. Lee Jul 24
They were “Just Following Orders” 🙄🤬
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Marie Mckeeman Jul 24
And they can still do time for " just following orders."
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