So, the democrats hastily put together a bill, S.3036, and called it the “Keep Families Together Act”.
I wonder if they went though and actually proofread it and thought about it logically in their haste to write it. Going through it I see some potential problems with wording, which is typical of such laws.
Take sec 2 a:
An agent or officer of a designated agency shall be prohibited from removing a child from his or her parent or legal guardian, at or near the port of entry or within 100 miles of the border of the United States,
Going down a bit to definitions in sec 11, 5, it states Homeland Security, DOJ, Dept. of Health and Human Services.
What it doesn’t state is if its an illegal immigrant or not. Only that it applies to agents removing a child from his parents “at or near the port of entry or within 100 miles of the border of the United States”.
At or near?
What does that mean, how far is at or near? 10 miles, 50, 100?
And no wording of illegal immigrants, so does this apply to everyone?
Simply put this was hastily put together so dems could show they actually did something knowing full well it wouldn’t pass. They hope the left and their sheeple don’t bother to actually read it.
Honestly, it would be a tragedy if this bill actually passed.