This video from the USA says about itself:
Trump Detaining BABIES In “Tender Age” Shelters
20 June 2018
TYT Politics’ Emma Vigeland and Katie Halper discuss the latest news surrounding the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy. The Associated Press is reporting that babies and other young children are being sent to “tender age” migrant shelters.
One should hope these Trump ‘tender age’ jails will not turn out to be similar to Irish Roman Catholic homes for babies; which ended up with babies being dumped in mass graves, as was discovered many years later.
After Weeks of Lies and Cruel Family Separations, Trump Says He Will Sign Order to Save Children From Horror He Created. “Trump can sign all the executive orders he wants. It won’t change the fact that his administration chose to rip infants out of their parents arms in an effort to terrorize people seeking safety and refuge.” By Jake Johnson in the USA, 20 June 2018.
Trump Ends Family Separations by Detaining Whole Families Indefinitely. No plan is in place to return already-separated children to their families. By William Rivers Pitt, Truthout, June 20, 2018.
On World Refugee Day, Trump Gets Big Fat “F” for Treatment of World’s Displaced and Persecuted: here.
Separated Migrant Children Are Headed to Shelters With Histories of Abuse And Neglect. A Guatemalan boy was sexually assaulted by an older boy at a shelter. His mother only found out about it when she received an $800 hospital bill: here.
This 20 June 2018 video from the USA says about itself:
BREAKING NEWS: Babies Are Being Forcibly Stolen From Parents
The AP is now reporting that the Trump administration has been forcibly separating babies and toddlers from their parents as well as older children. There is no reported minimum age for separation. More details available at this link.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
If Theresa May won’t cancel we must mobilise the biggest protests yet when the US President lands
US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley’s announcement that Washington is quitting the UN Human Rights Council seems quite apposite given the Trump administration’s monstrous conduct towards children.
The revelation that a 10-year-old child with Downs Syndrome has been separated from her family at the Mexico-US border, following the stomach-churning audio-recording of caged infants crying for their parents, indicates that for Trump human rights is a foreign country. …
Trump outdoes his Israeli allies by using babies and toddlers as bargaining chips, interning them in wire cages and denying them their parents’ love and protection to make two political points.
The other is to blackmail Congress to back his plan for an impregnable wall along the border with Mexico or the children from the nations south of the Rio Grande get it.
He bickers with his political opponents about who passed which laws and when, but the reality is that he, as US president, could end the children’s torment without delay by a single phone call.
This man, let it be remembered, will be welcomed to Britain next month for a state visit at the behest of Theresa May whose first trip abroad after her appointment as prime minister was to Washington to declare her fealty to the emperor.
While shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry calls the incarceration of children and their parental separation “abhorrent and repulsive,” the best May can manage is “deeply disturbing. This is wrong, this is not something that we agree with. This is not the United Kingdom’s approach.”
She evoked the mythical “special relationship” with the US, claiming that, “when we disagree with what they are doing, we say so.”
We can all imagine how brief, perfunctory and half-hearted any such diplomatic aside will be and how much respect Trump will accord it.
The PM ought to have announced that the inhuman treatment of children meant that the state visit is off. Her weak-kneed response should spark yet greater support for protests against Trump’s arrival here.
TRUMP TO MEET REAL BILLIONAIRE The U.S. ambassador has revealed that Trump will meet with Queen Elizabeth II during a state visit to the United Kingdom next month. [HuffPost]
NICOLA STURGEON called on Theresa May yesterday to wind back the “red carpet treatment” for Donald Trump but admitted she may meet the US president herself. The [Scottish] First Minister said she was “glad that the president appeared to U-turn” on his policy of separating migrant children from their parents, but she stressed that “we’ve all got to be careful not to just assume that the situation now is OK”: here.