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Katz: Sorry, You Don't Get to Compare US/Mexico Border Policy to Concentration Camps
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As the border battle continues to heat up, progressive Democrats and advocates for the 'rights' of illegal immigrants are becoming increasingly unhinged.
The latest example of the left's hysteria comes in the form of comparing the housing of illegal immigrant children in detention centers to the plight of the Jews under the Nazi regime in World War II.
From the Washington Examiner:
"The Trump administration could be holding 30,000 illegal immigrant children by the end of August as a result of its push to enforce federal immigration laws, which has led to the separation of children from their parents and guardians as those adults are prosecuted.
A senior administration official who asked not to be identified said the Department of Health and Human Services has been taking in about 250 children per day in recent weeks. HHS is the agency that is taking in children when they are separated from their families."
Pictures have emerged of immigrant children being kept in cages, prompting some on the left to make comparisons to the horrific concentration camps of World War II. The problem? Those photos were taken during the Obama administration.
WIBC host Tony Katz explained in a passionate monologue why Democrats are not entitled to make the comparison to Nazi Germany. Click below to hear it for yourself: