Border Patrol Opens Fence for 3 Minutes

Border Patrol agents opened a single gate in California to let separated families hug it out.

Border Patrol agents allowed six families to be temporarily reunited on Sunday at the “Door of Hope”, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

The event, held for the fifth year in a row, took place at Friendship Park–where the U.S.-Mexico Border separates San Diego from Tijuana. Families were allowed a three-minute window to embrace their loved ones as the event celebrated Mexico’s National Children’s Day.

The San Diego Union-Tribune highlighted the emotional toll that can take place when families are separated. Lorenzo, 31, was able to see her mother for the first time in years. Her mother traveled to Mexico in 2010 to visit family and thought she would be able to return to the United States easily. She was wrong, and what they thought would be a short-term ordeal turned into a long-term separation for the family.

What was not mentioned in the article was the fact that this family became separated under the Obama Administration. The article proceeded to play on readers’ emotions by highlighting the fears that illegal immigrants have of being deported by President Trump.

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  1. So typical. Something that happened on Obama’s watch that is negative is used against Trump. What losers Progressive Liberal Elite Democrats are.

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