His policy…his guilt.
And every member of the administration or congress supporting or enforcing Trump’s racist, immoral policies need to be charged right along with the Predator-in-Chief.
Defending actions that are obviously and inherently evil is not easy. The excuse of obeying the law does not fly. And blaming your actions on others also doesn’t work. Just ask all the Nazis who were tried for war crimes at Nuremburg at the end of World War II.
Every person in this corrupt administration who supports and defends the splitting up of asylum seeking families is guilty of evil. Creating internment camps for toddlers and infants is not defensible, period.
Call it crimes against humanity or anything else you want, But history will show that the actions taken on our border with Mexico will rank as another ugly, dark and evil episode in the history of the United States.
I do not claim to be a Biblical scholar, but I am fairly certain that Jesus didn’t invite the lost, the broken, the weary, and the stranger into concentration camps to help keep the nation of Israel racially pure.
And when He said, “let the little children come unto me…” I know it was not to rip them from their parents and throw them into cages.
The Predator-in-Chief, the Attorney General, and the majority of Republicans disagree. But, their understanding of faithfulness and discipleship is far different than mine.
I am not sure what their religious beliefs are, or who they claim as their spiritual guide. What I am sure of is they have nothing in common with with the Christ of the Gospels.
The closest I can see them coming to Christ is found in the Gospel of Matthew, chapter 25. It is in verses 31 when He tells them, “Depart from Me, accursed ones, into the eternal fire which has be prepared for the devil and his angels.”