A mother and daughter claiming “domestic violence” were deported from the US, but for liberal Judge Emmet Sullivan that could not stand.
“It’s outrageous,” Judge Sullivan said, according to a transcript of the hearing. “I’m also directing the government to turn that plane around either now or when it lands, turn that plane around and bring those people back to the United States.”
“Upon arrival in El Salvador, the plaintiffs didn’t disembark and are currently en route back to the United States,” the official said. They were back in the U.S. on Thursday night.
Victims of domestic violence in their home countries don’t automatically qualify for asylum in the U.S. but that is infuriating liberals as that is the most common claim made for asylum. It’s easy to claim, hard to prove, and lets in most refugees. A quick win. But no longer.
The administration argues that the country cannot grant asylum to people who are the victims of individual crimes, rather than targets of broader political or social persecution. The ACLU says the new policy would consign many to violence and abuse in their own countries. “We Must save the entire world and let them live here in the USA” said liberal promoter Sarah Johnson, “This toxic masculinity will not stand”
“We quiero el Welfare” said a woman waiting with her daughter for a trial. When asked about domestic abuse she replied “Si, this is the way in our country” It is called a patriarchy where men have responsibility and authority over their women, and it makes the feminists horrified. When asked if her husband demanded sex she nodded and hung her head in shame.
“In its rush to deport as many immigrants as possible, the Trump administration is putting these women and children in grave danger of being raped, beaten, or killed,” ACLU lawyer Jennifer Chang Newell said. “How can a married woman be raped by her husband’ asked one man from El Salvador, “This is just how we do things there”