Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary in the Obama administration Jeh Johnson admits without reservation that the administration he worked for detained children and families crossing the border because they “believed it was necessary.”
— Mediaite (@Mediaite) June 24, 2018
Johnson told Fox News Sunday:
“Without a doubt the images, and the reality, from 2014, just like 2018, are not pretty,” said Johnson. “We expanded it, I freely admit it was controversial, we believed it was necessary at the time, I still believe it is necessary to remain a certain capability for families.”
We don’t seem to remember anyone being thrown out of restaurants at that point in history.
Weird how no one in the Obama admin was asked to leave a restaurant over this. No doxing ICE agents then, either. https://t.co/3Tjg0MFwZl
— Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) June 24, 2018
Oh weird and not a single protest found it's way to his front lawn and he wasn't chased out of a single restaurant or movie theater https://t.co/JmUaiu1CQW
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 24, 2018
— David B. Cohen (@DavidBCohen1) June 24, 2018
Different standard and different media coverage.