We sadly note that on the fourth day of the Trump Empire we called it: Concentration Camps would be in our future:
…construct and operate detention facilities near the border to make adjudicate asylum claims, subject to the availability of existing funding. [Dare we call it concentration camps?]
So with that behind us, the LATimes serves us our most bitter Claim Chowder ever:
The former Walmart that’s been converted into a migrant shelter housed 1,469 youths Wednesday, enough to fill the high-school-style cafeteria and require added cots in dorm-style bedrooms to handle the overflow.
The Casa Padre shelter in Brownsville drew national attention this month when officials refused to let U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) enter. Merkley, who had shown up at the shelter unannounced, later questioned conditions in the facility and whether the children were properly cared for.
On Wednesday, reporters were allowed to take a quick tour of the facility, run by Austin, Texas-based nonprofit Southwest Key, one of the country’s largest shelter providers for migrant children. Another tour of a Southwest Key shelter is scheduled for Friday in El Cajon, Calif.
You can spin it whatever way you want, but a concentration camp is a concentration camp is a concentration camp.
Does this mean the boxcars are next?
What have we become?