READ: Houston Police Chief Tweets: ‘The Nazis Followed Their Laws as Well…You’d Have to Kill Me to Take My Child from Me’

This needed to be said.

President Donald Trump’s immigration reforms are drawing criticism again after deciding to deport an 11-year-old girl without her family. One of those critics is the Chief of Police in Houston, Texas, Art Acevedo.

Acevedo took to Twitter to express his outrage over the recent family separation directed by the Trump administration.

He posted:

“This is heart-wrenching. 1,000 points of light? Family values? [American] values? Judeo-Christian values? If you’re a person of faith, speak out. WWJD?”

He added:

“Yep. The Nazi’s enforced their laws as well. You don’t separate children from their families! Ever! You’d have to kill me to take my child from me simply because I was trying to get them to a better place for a better tomorrow. I am glad to be on the right side of history.”

Acevedo concluded by stating:

“Keep them together and if they don’t meet asylum requirements deport them as a family unit. We need comprehensive immigration reform but both major political parties have failed to address this problem because it gives tnem an issue to pander to their respective base.”

The family in question was apprehended at the U.S.-Mexico border in October. The family, seeking asylum, was released and followed government instructions, visiting Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials every two weeks.

But the child was ordered back to El Salvador without her mother, Dora Alvarado, and 15-year-old sister because the 11-year-old missed a court appearance and subsequently received the deportation order. The family’s lawyer blames immigration officials for the missed court date.

Acevedo has criticized the Trump administration’s immigration policies before.

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