November 9, 2019
It’s our job to dry up those big, leaky beaner tears.
It’s not only our responsibility, as Americans, to welcome the poor and stupid people of the entire world and give them infinity everything. No. It’s also our responsibility to make sure their feelings are left unviolated.
If anything the government does ever hurts the delicate feelings of brown people, then naturally it must do everything in its power to make amends and make them feel good feelings again.
The feelings of illegal invaders are infinitely more important than petty things like the law – or White people’s tax dollars.
A federal judge has ruled that the government must provide mental health services to thousands of migrant parents and children who experienced psychological harm as a result of the Trump administration’s practice of separating families.
The decision, issued late Tuesday, marks a rare instance of the government being held legally accountable for mental trauma brought about by its policies — in this case, border security measures that locked thousands of migrant parents in detention while their children were placed in government shelters or foster homes.
The government is responsible for the “mental trauma” (hurt feelings) inflicted on criminals as it enforces the country’s laws.
Don’t worry though – this innovative line of thinking won’t be applied to White people who got their doors busted down at 3am for making a mistake on their tax return or whatever. It’s only something that applies to brown people who don’t have American citizenship and illegally entered the country.
“This is truly groundbreaking,” Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California Berkeley School of Law, said of the decision. “The court is recognizing that when a government creates a danger that inflicts trauma, the government is responsible for providing a solution. It is not something I have seen a court do before.”
Judge John A. Kronstadt of the United States District Court in Los Angeles ordered the federal government to immediately make available mental health screenings and treatment to thousands of families forcibly separated under the policy, which was primarily carried out in 2017 and 2018 — though hundreds of similar separations still occur.
In his ruling, Judge Kronstadt referred to previous federal cases that found that governments can be held liable when with “deliberate indifference” they place people in dangerous situations. In the past, the “state-created danger” doctrine has been applied when a police officer ejected a person from a bar late at night in very cold weather, or when a public employer failed to address toxic mold that caused workers to fall ill.
In this case, the judge said, the Trump administration could be held accountable for the enduring psychological harm brought about by forcibly taking children from their parents at the border with no guarantee of when or how they would be reunited.
If you’re going to say that the government is responsible for protecting the feelings of foreigners engaged in hostile and illegal actions against America, then it isn’t much of a stretch to say that we should be offering money and support to the families of enemy soldiers killed in wars.
I mean, isn’t it ultimately the same thing?
These insane judges are continuously ruling that the American government has no right to actually enforce its laws in any way if it offends foreign brown people or might discourage them from illegally coming over the border.
How is this not treason?