A homemade nativity scene shows baby Jesus locked in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainment cage.
Kate Naranjo told FOX 7 that the controversial holiday display was meant to act as a statement against Trump’s immigration policies.
“No matter what country you live in, no matter what your ethnicity is, you should be with your family at this time and unfortunately our country in recent history has decided to separate families.”
Obama’s ICE cage from 2014.
This Christmas instead of being tucked away in a manger, one nativity scene in Central Austin shows baby Jesus behind bars in an ice detainment cage.
The couple handcrafted the display in front of their home on 51st Street.
“We are making a statement because during this holiday season no matter what country you live in no matter what your ethnicity is you should be with your family at this time and unfortunately our country in recent history has decided to separate families,” Kate Naranjo said.
A controversial image reflecting unaccompanied minors who were and are currently being held in detainment facilities. Meanwhile, thousands of migrants wait along the border in makeshift camps seeking asylum. A parchment attached to the display reads, “give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free.” More
Why do people compare Jesus with illegal aliens? Mary and Joseph were traveling for a census. Not to immigrate to Bethlehem. There is absolutely no comparison at all.
Obama instituted the policy of separating children from the parents. Why didn’t the liberals throw a fit and object then? Most people arrested by ICE under Trump have a criminal background. Thank you to those who work for ICE in keeping America safe.
Funny how one party makes fun of religion until it suits their purposes//LOOK: Nativity Scene in Texas Locks Baby Jesus in ICE Detainment Cage https://t.co/Xk0a9MeJA8
— Gregory J Bouchard (@GregoryJBoucha2) December 22, 2018
What country welcomes more legal immigrants every year than the United States?
Obviously they don’t know the Bible. Joseph was going back to his town for a census, since he descended from David. Meaning he was a citizen of Bethlehem, the town of David, not an illegal.
— Mike Marchese (@goodfella18us) December 22, 2018