Lets see how many 'caged' kids were really with their parents
DNA tests ordered to reunite separated migrant families:
I'm guessing around 10%.
Total red herrings unquestioned by the BBC:
Activists fear the DNA data can be used by the government for other purposes.
Critics also say that the children are too young to consent to a DNA test.
Fuck the BBC
July 6th, 2018 4:49am
This is a common sense sanity check to verify parenthood, needed given few have credible documentation. Either there's no documentation at all, or there's some sort of dodgy photocopied letter that can't be verified saying something like "Pedro is Leticia's parent. Signed, Dr. Bob".
It's extremely interesting the activists are going batshit against this plan. That fits in with what I've been saying that the activists are IN FAVOR of the sex trafficking. They know that's what most these kids are coming across for, and the activists are obviously potential customers and pimps.
They know the numbers will show huge numbers of these kids were not separated from their parents after crossing the border. They were separated from some dodgy random person who, once the DNA proves they are not the parent, need to be charged with trafficking.
DNA testing is going to totally destroy the narrative that kids are being taken from their parents, and also dry up the supply of kiddie slaves for these leftist weirdos.
July 6th, 2018 6:28am
> two of those children's purported parents have been charged with or convicted of rape and kidnapping, child abuse, and narcotics violations
At this point the Dems poke their fingers in their ears and go nah nah nah, we can't hear you.
July 7th, 2018 2:06am