Jewish Doctor Says Tear-Gassing Children is Torture, Americans “Can’t Have” a Government That Defends Its Borders

Octavio Rivera
Daily Stormer
November 28, 2018

“mudling cries therefore your argument is invalid”

After Trumpzies gassed six million politically persecuted children that were just trying to contribute their invaluable intellect to the American society, a brave Dr. Jew speaks up about how the border is now an oven.

Huffington Post:

President Donald Trump and other U.S. officials said the chemical spray was required to keep hundreds of asylum seekers from forcefully crossing the border from Tijuana. Trump denied that tear gas was used on the children, despite photographs and videos that show it was.

Children were not the target, the violent mob throwing bottles and stones and attacking the border was.

It appears that these “but the children tho” persons think kids are the ultimate weapon —even more powerful than nukes— to win wars and invade countries. You just sprinkle some children in your army to grant your soldiers invulnerability while they attack.

Alan Shapiro, chief medical director at Terra Firma, a program that treats immigrant children, said the migrants in the caravan should be able to enter the U.S. without being subjected to physical or emotional trauma by the federal government. “Throwing tear gas at children is not immigration policy. Separating children from their parents is not immigration policy,” Shapiro said. “It’s torture.”

Is that your medical opinion, Dr. Shapiro?

Alan Shapiro, MD.

Alex Mensing, who works for Pueblo Sin Fronteras, the immigration rights group that organized the caravan, currently made up of more than 4,000 people that have been traveling toward the U.S. for more than a month, was part of the group of tear-gassed migrants. He said children were “wailing at the top of their lungs” and coughing, their eyes red and teary.

Yeah, look at the poor tortured creatures.

We’re used to tear gas getting used against a mob or something that actually presents some sort of risk,” said Mensing, adding that there weren’t enough medical resources to immediately provide kids with water to rinse out their eyes. “But for women … who are just trying to find somewhere safe to take their kids, to get tear-gassed is unjust and infuriating.”

Their minds appear incapable of grasping the idea that a violent mob that poses a threat can have children in it.

Throwing tear gas at children is a form of child endangerment that can lead to serious medical effects and death,” Shapiro said. “We can’t have a government that is endangering children as a form of immigration policy.”

Another unconventional medical opinion from Dr. Shapiro, who has an organization dedicated to using “immigrant” children to further the anti-American agenda. He salivates at the idea of turning this into an “Assad gassed children” situation.

If the parents that took these gassed children to the border attack weren’t concerned for their safety and well-being, why should we?

They’ve been instructed about the asylum-application process, but they chose to take their chances trying to force their way past the border fence instead of joining the queue and waiting for their turn to present their case. They were part of the mob that attacked the U.S. border. That is serious. It’s a direct attack against the sovereignty of the country.

At this point, it’s clear that the concept of “asylum” was a mistake.

It needs to be corrected.