To be clear, Republican presidential candidate and frontrunner Donald Trump is entirely open to the idea of making Syrian children cry.
During a campaign stop in New Hampshire, Trump was asked if he would say it to their faces.
A man at the campaign event in Salem, New Hampshire asked Trump if he could look the children in their faces and tell them they wouldn't be able to come to America.
"I can look at their faces and say you can't come," Trump replied. "We don't know where their parents come from. They have no documentation."
This would be an excellent time to remind everyone that Trump was endorsed by the evangelical Christian community, including the head of Liberty University.
There's nothing more Christian than telling war-torn, poor, and starving children that they need to get lost because they "have no documentation."
We may not know precisely where their parents came from, but personally I don't believe in punishing children for who their parents are. It shouldn't matter even if their parents pledged their loyalty to a terrorist organization. Children are not to blame.