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Rapper Vic Mensa Puts White Kids in Cages in ‘Camp America’ Music Video Attacking Trump’s Draconian Immigration Laws

A top immigration official said family detention centers are “more like summer camp” than a jail during a congressional hearing on the administration’s efforts to reunite thousands of immigrant families separated as a result of its zero-tolerance immigration policy in August 2018.

Asked at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing to describe the so-called family residential centers where kids and parents are held, Matthew Albence, the head of enforcement and removal operations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, made the comparison of the detention centers to a summer camp.

Rapper Vic Mensa released the video for his latest political anthem, “Camp America,” which reimagines ICE detention centers and President Donald Trump’s immigration policy as “summer camps” and sees white children in cages drinking toilet water and ingesting drugs.

“We’ll be living it up, not giving a fuck Splitting you up, then we put you in cuffs Then we shipping you off, yeah, you could get lost at Camp America,” Vic Mensa says as images show small children in orange jumpsuits being ordered around by guards in a detention facility.

“Take your clothes off baby, let me see what you got. We can have a good time if you’re legal or not,” the Chicago crooner and 93PUNX frontman says as a security guard ominously approaches a terrified little girl.

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