MSNBC Analysts Say Trump Is Putting Migrant Kids In ‘Concentration Camps’ (VIDEO)

MSNBC is so vile. Every time you think they can’t possibly get any worse, they do. During a recent segment on migrants at the border, two of their contributors referred to holding centers for kids as concentration camps.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

MSNBC Analysts Call Centers Holding Migrant Children ‘Concentration Camps’

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MSNBC guests Stephanie Cutter and Michael Steele called the U.S. centers housing illegal immigrant children “concentration camps” on Friday.

The Trump administration recently announced a “zero tolerance” policy of prosecuting immigrants who come across the border illegally, meaning illegal immigrant parents are temporarily separated from their children at the border. In cases when parents decide to return home, the separation can be less than a day; however, when parents apply for amnesty, they are sometimes kept in custody for weeks.

Cutter, who served as Deputy Campaign Manager for Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential campaign, disputed the Trump administration’s claim it was the “law” to separate children, calling it an “interpretation.”

“We can’t find a solution to this problem without harming children? Without putting them in concentration camps?” Cutter asked.

“I call this a concentration camp for kids,” Steele said. “When you give kids 22 hours of lock-up time, and two hours of air time, what else can it be? And if this is where this country’s going, the American people need to wake up and pay attention, because your kids could be next.”

Watch the video:

What an utter disgrace this network is.

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