Bob Cesca Show

The Bob Cesca Show Presented By 6/19/18

Bob Cesca
Written by Bob Cesca

RELM_buttonChild Snatching -- NSFW; Buzz Burbank from Buzz Burbank News and Comment is here; How you can troll Paul Manafort in jail; Trump's child snatching policy; Pandering to the bigot vote; Debunking the repeated lies; The difference between the Obama policy and the Trump policy; Senator Mazie Hirono hammers the Republicans; The Pro Publica audio; Five First Ladies denounce the policy; Trump withdraws from UN human rights council; Stephen Miller's lifeless eyes; John Kelly might sabotage Trump; The Space Force is back; Christopher Wray says there isn't a witch hunt; Roger Stone and the Russians; and so much more.

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  • Badgerite

    Word is that the agents who were separating the children from the parents did not bother to write down or keep track of which child belongs with which parent. In the case of toddlers and the youngest child prisoners, this could present a terrible problem in reuniting them with a parent. It seems to me that there should be a major effort here to reunite parents with their children and at this point, with no record keeping going on, it would have to be done via a catalog of pictures of detained children that would be shown to parents looking for their children. Wherever these children were sent, anywhere in the US, whatever the facility, this is something that needs to be done. They should be keeping pictures and records of the immigrant children that come into their care, when, where and how, in an effort to later reunite child and parent.
    How in the world is an 8 month old going to know the name of their parent? FFFFFFFF trump and FFFFFFFF his enablers.

  • I need some ideas for protest signs and I’m thinking about using “snatching” as in “Jail the Snatcher in Chief”

    • Ziggy Blue

      As I call all GOPers….Reptilicans. They are cold-blooded monsters. (Actually, worse than reptiles.)

  • katanahamon

    No funding for a Great Wall Of The Rio Grande.

  • katanahamon

    Next, the president should be impeached for lying repeatedly to the people..most recently saying there’s “a law given to us by Democrats.” Not to mention his blatant attacks on the free press, attacking them as “fake news” on camera. Impeach…now!

  • katanahamon

    “Let the punishment fit the crime.” Okay, first off, redhats take for granted a terrible crime has been committed, but the debate starts there. The “crime” is looking for a better life, escaping murder, etc. The base immorality of this action is beyond the pale. I said yesterday in many comments that it’s easily provable the only reason is cruelty..this can’t even be justified financially..from Daily Beast..

    “The cost of keeping migrant kids separated from their families in so-called “tent cities” far outstrips that of keeping them with their parents, NBC News reports. Citing figures from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, NBC reports it costs $775 per child per night to keep children detained in the newly created tent cities; it costs $256 per person per night to hold children in permanent HHS facilities. Moreover, keeping children with their parents in detention centers like the one run by U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement in Dilley, Texas, cost $298 per resident per night, according to an agency estimate. The reason for the higher cost, one HHS official told NBC News, is that they need to bring in “security, air conditioning, medical workers, and other government contractors,” which far exceeds the cost for facilities that are already routinely staffed. NBC calculates the additional cost to operate a 400-bed temporary structure for one month at capacity at more than $5 million.”

    So again, there’s a more humane way of having secure borders, and please, keep in mind this acceptance that it’s ok for authoritarian figures to do whatever they want because the migrants “committed a crime.”’s one every white faced residents’ ancestors were guilty of.

  • Badgerite

    Walter Schaub, trump’s former ethics chief who resigned, tweeted this.
    “I was inside the building and there are babies sitting by themselves in a cage with other babies.”

    This has nothing to do with ‘security’ of borders or anything else. When they admit that what this is about is “deterrence” they are admitting that what this is about is hurting the children to deter the parents. That’s what ‘deterrence’ is.
    Deterrence is punishment designed to alter behavior. Punishment is only moral if it acts on the person who takes the illegal action. Here, the punishment is a deterrence to the parent only because it will hurt their children. Only because it will hurt another person who is guilty of nothing. but loved by the parent.
    This is immoral to the core.

  • Badgerite

    Russia did do “something similar”. See the Magnitsky Act and the meeting about ‘adoptions’ at trump tower.
    Using children as political pawns is straight out of Putin’s playbook.

    • >Using children as political pawns is straight out of Putin’s playbook.

      In that sense, you’re right. I was referring specifically to children in internment camps, which, to my knowledge, Russia isn’t doing.

      • Badgerite

        No. Orphanages. Which are probably not great but not wire cages.
        I didn’t mean it as an exact comparison. Just along the basic lines that basic human concerns like the welfare of children is used for political leverage or revenge of some kind.