There are many.
A reminder on where we're at in the fight against family separation — thread/
We were told there were about 2,700 separated families. Nearly one year later, the process of reunifying them is still not complete.
At one point, @HHSgov even wanted to make parents to pay for children's flights, because the agency didn't have a budget line for reunification expenses.
The government tried to wash its hands, even saying that if we wanted to find these parents we should use our own "considerable resources" to do so.
The judge said it best: "The reality is that for every parent who is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child. And that is 100 percent the responsibility of the administration."
The work still isn't over.
Last week the administration said they have no adequate system to find out how many families it ripped apart — and they don't think it's worth the time to try.
The cruelty is shocking.
Even after the court's order blocking the policy, the government has continued to unilaterally declare parents a danger to their child that they can take them away, without any oversight.