This is the BEST Way for Immigrants to Avoid Detention Centers

We know this sounds complicated, but here us out — the best way to avoid getting arrested is to…wait for it…not break the law.

Yes, this is a ground-breaking discovery. Scientists all over the country are still scratching their heads — stunned into silence by this earth-shattering revelation. Apparently, all you have to do to stay on the right side of the law is not break it. This is insane.

Democratic lawmakers have been pulling all the stops to portray the Trump Administration as negatively as possible — because of course they are. We’re approaching an election year, after all, so this is the best time to convince Americans living in the freest country on earth that they’re actually bearing witness to a dystopian nightmare. And, we have to admit — the imagery of scared children behind cages is a pretty effective way to do that.

Of course, this ignores how we got here in the first place. Detention centers exist because we simply cannot allow people to ignore our border and flood into the country with no oversight at all. And, it’s true that these aren’t exactly hotel-style resorts. They would be better places to live (temporarily), however, if ICE had the resources it needed to make it so. Democrats in Congress, however, aren’t making any concessions, and still refuse to write the checks for more beds and other resources.

So, who is really putting children behind cages?

~ Facts Not Memes

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