UK Prime Minister Theresa May recently condemned President Donald Trump before his visit to the UK, stating that he is “wrong” to separate illegal immigrant families. However, she might want to reconsider her Trump bashing now that her nasty little secret has been exposed.
On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May fanned the flames of the liberal media’s propaganda war on President Donald Trump, calling the policy of temporarily separating illegal immigrant children from adults “wrong” and “deeply disturbing.” May was speaking to British lawmakers when she responded to photos portraying children in detention centers, many of which have been proven to be hoaxes or pictures from Barack Obama’s time in office.
“The pictures of children being held in what appear to be cages are deeply disturbing. This is wrong. This is not something that we agree with. This is not the United Kingdom’s approach,” she said during questioning.
May has been a formidable critic of Trump’s actions since his 2016 election. Despite her conflation of a policy enacted decades ago and practiced by former presidents, May and her left-leaning peers continue to feed the liberal propaganda machine. However, now that her own policy in dealing with migrant families has been exposed, she might wish to rethink her chastisement of the Trump administration.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is under fire for criticizing President Donald Trump for the temporary separation of illegal immigrant adults and minors now that critics have shed light on her own policy of indefinitely separating migrant families unless they are willing to shell out loads of cash.
May has been exposed for enforcing a policy that refused to allow asylum seekers the ability to reunite with their parents, spouses, and children unless they paid exorbitant fees. In fact, at least 15,000 children have been “ripped” from their parents’ arms without any foreseeable reunification with their families, according to The Guardian.
The Children’s Commissioner has found that at least 15,000 children growing up in the UK live without a parent because the right of British citizens to reunite with a foreign spouse is limited by an unreasonable income threshold, an impossibly complicated application system fraught with Home Office errors, and no legal aid for families to challenge incorrect decisions.
The Daily Caller reports that the Joint Council for the Welfare of immigrants’ (JWCI) Divided Families Campaign has come forward to condemn May for making “family reunification entitlements a privilege for only the wealthy.” The JWCI also pointed out that May was in charge of enforcing legislation which not only tore migrant families apart but detained them indefinitely, not unlike the American legislation she has fervently criticized.
Bail for Immigration Detainees (BID) has expressed similar concerns by U.S. child wellness experts, saying “a parent’s detention is emotionally devastating. Many of the children we work with have lost weight, suffer from nightmares and insomnia,” on a crowdfunding page in 2016.
“No child should have to live through the trauma of being forcibly separated from their parent by the government,” the group said.
“Parents are removed without warning from the heart of the family,” it added.
Of course, May wasn’t always the virtue signaler and advocate for multiculturalism she is today. In 2012, she said that her goal as home secretary was “to create, here in Britain, a really hostile environment for illegal immigrants.” In fact, she admitted that she valued the deportation of illegals over the “right to family life.”
While we absolutely agree with May’s former actions in upholding the law and discouraging illegal immigration, it is her flagrant hypocrisy that deserves the same condemnation she has for the Trump administration’s justice.
However, May refuses to let go of her newfound political correctness, and it’s beginning to catch up with her. In her dedication to flooding the UK with migrants, most of whom are from Muslim countries, May found herself at the center of an assassination attempt.
In December 2017, 20-year-old Bangladeshi migrant Naa’imur Zakariyah Rahman was arrested just days before carrying out a murder plot against the PM. Rahman planned to publicly behead May as she arrived on Downing Street before detonating a suicide bomb to take out bystanders.
Rahman, who faces trial this week, was thwarted when authorities posed as an ISIS recruiter in Syria, where his uncle had been killed by a drone strike while fighting for the terrorist group. Rahman also helped his companion, 22-year-old Mohammad Aqib Imran, join ISIS by recording a video in which he pledged support to the cause.
“Can you put me in a sleeper cell ASAP?” the defendant allegedly asked in September.
“I want to do a suicide bomb on Parliament. I want to attempt to kill Theresa May…my objective is to take out my target. Nothing less than the death of the leaders of Parliament.”
Theresa May isn’t ignorant of the threat illegal migration poses to a Western nation. She has seen firsthand the devastation that legislating policy based on emotion can cause, yet she continues to aid this catastrophic agenda to gain popularity with the far-left. Fortunately, President Donald Trump doesn’t care about pleasing the foes of the US and gaining the approval of the enemedia.