Listen: Secretary, Senate Judiciary Committee And Kirstin Nielsen discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Network. Homeland security secretary Kirstin Nielsen testified Wednesday before the house homeland security committee. It was a contentious hearing dealing with Trump's national emergency declaration barriers asylum laws and the separation of migrant children from their parents and cages still in cages children, I serve we don't use cages for children in the border facilities that you've been to they were not made to detain children. As children are through. They are in sub parts of those facilities. I fear. Yes. As clear as they can serve as factually trying to. No, we still putting children in cages to my knowledge. Never purposely put a child in a cage. Purposely. Whatever are we putting children in cages as of today? A chain link fence enclosed into a chamber on a concrete floor represent to you is that a cage it's a detention space, ma'am that you knows existed for decades differ from the cages you put your dogs in when you let them stay outside it. Yes in what set it's larger. It has facilities at provides room to sit to stand to lay down my dog's cage. You said that you waited to give direction on how to implement the zero tolerance policy because you wanted to do it with compassion. Do you know how -rageous that sounds? You wanted to separate children and families and you wanted to do it with compassion. So in the meantime, you didn't do anything at all. And you let kids be separated without tracking them. Do you know how rage status Madam secretary? You have no feeling no, compassion empathy. Here. Meanwhile, over in the Senate Judiciary committee chairman. Chuck Grassley and ranking democrat Dianne Feinstein sent a letter to the administration seeking an investigation of public allegations of sexual abuse of minor migrants held in the custody of the department of health and human services"