Published: Tue, June 19, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Attorney General Jeff Sessions lashes out at Philadelphia over ‘sanctuary’ status

Attorney General Jeff Sessions lashes out at Philadelphia over ‘sanctuary’ status

"You need to speak out and denounce prejudice, racism, all forms of bigotry, and I will continue to do that in the Congress of the United States". His comments are anathema to any person of faith. Sessions cites the command in Romans 13 to "obey the laws of the government because God has ordained the government for his purposes". "Orderly and lawful processes are good in themselves".

"Consistent, fair application of law is in itself a good and moral thing and that protects the weak, it protects the lawful", Sessions said.

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, the archbishop of Galveston-Houston, told the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Wednesday that he was joining other religious leaders in opposing the government's border policy.

Colbert's enraged five-minute rant against President Donald Trump's immigration agenda failed to mention how Barack Obama implemented similar border policies of separating children from their parents and sheltering the minors in separate facilities.

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The ruling could affect adults and children coming from what's known as the Northern Triangle - El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras - a region plagued by gang violence, drug trafficking and other social ailments causing people to flee because authorities cannot control the violence nor guarantee safety.

Sessions has drawn widespread condemnation for his "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, which separates children from their parents so the adults can be criminally prosecuted for crossing the border without documentation. "Sessions follows the pattern of history", he said.

Those verses, Mather said, seem to run contrary to the policy Sessions was defending.

"I can not imagine anyone in his or her right mind thinking Jesus would approve of ripping children from their parents", Martin said in a Friday interview on MSNBC.

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"Clearly, no decent human being could defend that", said Colbert.

Rowan Greene, Ft. Wayne, carries a sign denegrating Jeff Sessions, as he is passed by a group of attendees of Sessions' speech in Ft. Launched in May, the policy forcibly removes children traveling with parents caught at the border and places them in government care.

"I am clarifying and amplifying the positions of the extremists, which I believe is very, very important, because when you don't do that, you allow for the creation of a fascist society", he said.

Rep. Ted Lieu, D-Calif., shared the same excerpt, adding, "Nothing in the Bible says to separate kids from parents. That's not what this is about", he said, saying he's thought about this issue for years. And I am sympathetic to them.

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Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch, who has practiced immigration law in Austin for around a decade, calls Sessions' decision "a nail in the coffin".

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