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Objections by Nielsen and Others to Trump Plan for Mass Arrests Were 'Logistical and Technical,' Report Shows, Not Moral or Ethical

Objections by Nielsen and Others to Trump Plan for Mass Arrests Were 'Logistical and Technical,' Report Shows, Not Moral or Ethical

Eoin Higgins, staff writer

In the weeks before they were fired, top officials in the Trump administration reportedly raised concerns about a White House plan to deport whole families in a proposed show of force against migrants in the country—not for ethical reasons, but because such a plan could raise logistical and technical difficulties.

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Since morality and ethics cannot (or “cannot”) be legislated, this is the result.

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This is a dry run.

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Our system of government talks the talk on Ethics and Morals while enacting legislation that doesn’t necessarily utilize those principles.

It seems those principles cut into the profits of those who pay the politicians to look the other way.

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Somewhat related: In the separation of migrant families, I note the absence of organized religion…any of them.

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