With 680 undocumented immigrants arrested across Mississippi, one mayor asks 'What happens to the children?'

It was the first day of school in Morton, Mississippi, Wednesday, and many undocumented parents and their children went together to the first morning drop off, said Elizabeth Iraheta. By the end of the day, some of those children were all alone, she

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Deb Mc Daniel Jewett commented
6 months ago

You realize 300 officers were taken away from their jobs making our country safe. Pulled from important work for this made for TV awfulness just to appease their followers. These people were not rapists and gang members as our President claims. Wake up and stop hating!

Michele Garza Rando commented
6 months ago

WHAT IS THE SOLUTION? REALLY? Of course there will be an emotional aspect to this problem. I'm a mother of two children I can't imagine being separated from them. We have to come up with a solution to fix this growing problem of undocumented citizens. We have to start somewhere. No it won't be pretty or nice. If they were bringing their children to school, that means they had the time to set up a home and that means they had the time to file the proper paperwork to stay here legally they chose not to

Kat Tasby commented
6 months ago

Are you serious Laura Wall? People are so quick to blame the government but it's not the government fault that people continue to work illegally in this country. People who work and live here illegally are the ones to blame for putting their children through this. Trump has warned everyone that this was going to happen. If they want this to stop, get their visas and become legal. My husband suffered but now he's legal. People can't just keep working illegally and think the government isn't going to do anything. I say send the kids home with them until they become legal. It's not right that my husband got deported and got his Visa legally and others continue to live and work. There's never going to be a easy solution where the children aren't going to suffer.

Martel Karsner commented
6 months ago

To CNN and the other networks. I think you need to support your country that have made you what you are instead of trying to trash it. I for one am getting tired of your slander and so are a lot of the people I know. We may be the senior population but we are the ones that have the time to watch tv and we've been there and done it. We know truth when we see it and we do vote and help tv ratings.

Lori Markowski commented
6 months ago

The 18 juveniles that were working at the plant didn’t have a chance to start school that day; the whole thing is really sad for the affected youth. How did things get so messed up?

Kathy Sartin commented
6 months ago

Well I'm very sorry for the kids but the mothers and father's shouldn't break the law you or I breaks the law we go to jail .so who's fault is it these kids go threw this the law breaker's

Martel Karsner commented
6 months ago

Laura Wall I am wondering why they have not just done the paperwork to become a legal citizen. I know people who have done it the right way and they feel betrayed. I do feel for the children but it is their parents who have put them in this position. There are countries where you can go to visit but not work or given food stamps and rent money. Know these people are working but why do they not want to become a citizen?

Barbara J. George commented
6 months ago

Child abuse and adult abuse are criminal acts.

Joseph Obrien commented
6 months ago

More one sided CNN propaganda.

Laura Wall commented
6 months ago

Trump’s team expressed outrage at Biden yesterday for being political on a day the nation is mourning. I’m expressing outrage at what the White House did that very same day. While the people of Dayton and El Paso mourned their losses of family and community members and some children even orphaned by our American murderers... our government goes there consoling those who got shot up (and survived) another assault rifle maniac. At the same time our government seized 680 people and took them into custody because they were undocumented. It was the first day of school there in Mississippi, a great day to grab parents who came out to bring their children to school. I can’t even bring myself to watch the video of that little girl pleading to speak to her mother. If I watch it, I won’t be able to let go of her pain we are putting people through. I can’t tell you how far and how wide the damage that is being done to people, these traumas will last the rest of their lives. We are not a nation of what is happening now... it’s time to stop the assault on America. It’s not right and you know it. I worked in a jail for many years. I worked in a court for many years. I worked in criminal defense for many years. And 700 surprise people to process through any of those systems will be a shit show. Nothing will go smoothly. Even the simplest things like patting everyone down for weapons etc, feeding them and getting them to the bathroom will be impossible. We just can’t go on like this. We won’t be able to function as a nation anymore.

Denise Buckner commented
6 months ago

ANY AMERICAN that thinks this was cute needs they ass kicked ... Now whole city loses ... These companies know they are illegalls but they use them for 8 bucks and. Hour ... The REAL SHIT HOLE COUNTRY IS RIGHT TF HERE !!! TRUMP IS REAL FAGLY .. i hope next dick he takes up the ass chokes him stank mofo ...i hate rusty nigaz

Denise Buckner commented
6 months ago

Trumps doing yall may he get constipated and DYE STANK FUCKA

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