Laura Ingraham: Children not yet reunited with families are being protected by Trump from their drug abusing, child trafficking parents

Laura Ingraham: Children not yet reunited with families are being protected by Trump from their drug abusing, child trafficking parents

Ingraham: "Democrats wailing over the plight of the remaining children are conveniently ignoring the facts"

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From the August 1 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:

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LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): Out of the roughly 2,500 children who were separated from their family units at the U.S.-Mexico border, more than 1800 have already been reunited with their parents.

And of the 700 children or so who still [have] not been reunited, 431 have parents now outside the United States. Those parents were either deported, or voluntarily abandoned their children, a fact that is conveniently omitted from the dem-tifa crowd.

Democrats wailing over the plight of the remaining children are conveniently ignoring the facts.

Due to domestic or drug abuse, many of these parents are now deemed unfit to care for their children or dangerous for their children. So, news flash -- the U.S. Government is protecting the border kids today. Or do -- or do the Democrats want them to be reunited with parents who could traffic them or who are criminals themselves? Is that what they want?

Previously:

Laura Ingraham calls child detention centers “essentially summer camps”

Laura Ingraham doubles down on comparing child detention centers to play spaces

Laura Ingraham: People talking about children being held in cages at the border "is hilarious"

Laura Ingraham: "It's sad when your family gets separated" at the border, but "there's only so much of the love you can spread around"

On The Ingraham Angle, Dinesh D'Souza calls outrage over child separation “the manipulation of grief”
 

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