She is totally right. This was a well-orchestrated move by the U.S government as conveyed in this paragraph from within:
We know that losing track of this many children is not the result of a hasty policy pronouncement or poor planning: the government had plenty of time to award multimillion dollar contracts to the for-profit and (putatively) non-profit companies like Southwest Key for the tents, and to the computer and communication companies to set up the detention centers. Plenty of time to install all those wire cages – and to line up the trucks and people to carry all these materials and equipment to remote places in the desert. Plenty of time to coach border agents on standing on the border marker, not an inch behind it, to prevent asylum seekers from lawfully entering the US to be able to petition for a hearing. Plenty of time to commit taxpayer millions to bus tickets and airline tickets and “shelter” contracts and subcontractors. Plenty of time to divide up the tasks among Homeland Security and Justice Department and HHS and numerous others agencies in a planned chaos of hidden machinations and distributed (and therefore non-existent) accountability. Plenty of time to set up the apparatus of control.Check out Dr. McNeil's blog, too, titled "Educating. All Our Children." She has long defended through her research, advocacy, and writings, the defenseless victims of systemic oppression.
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Educating. All Our Children: Deliberate Losses: Children at our Border