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A Wayfair employee speaks to the crowd during the Wayfair walkout in Copley Square on June 26, 2019 in Boston. Wayfair sold more than $200,000 in bedroom furniture to a Texas detention facility for migrant children.
"The safety and well-being of immigrant children is always worth fighting for."
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Proving she really doesn't friggin' care, the First Escort, mistress of cognitive dissonance, has proudly announced she's expanding her Be Best campaign to "better the lives of children everywhere," evidently unaware of thousands of brown children - exceptions may apply - currently traumatized, terrified, snot-and-lice-covered and sleeping on freezing concrete floors who may not be up to being their best just now. Twitter and the rest of the sentient world are here to remind her.

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