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From Lynda McDonnell’s A Pilgrim’s Way: Living in our dirt

Now begins the latest chapter in our new President’s dissembling.

Before cheering crowds in Florida last weekend, President Trump declared his resolve to deport “gang members – bad, bad people.” But in the crowded basement of my church in Minneapolis last Sunday, tearful women worried that their children will return to empty apartments, effectively orphaned by our president’s pledge to deport anyone who is in the U.S. without the proper papers except those brought here as children.

Read more from Lynda McDonnell’s A Pilgrim’s Way here. This post re-blogged with permission.

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