Sick Immigrants Facing Deportation Tell Their Stories To Congress | The Last Word | MSNBC

Sick Immigrants Facing Deportation Tell Their Stories To Congress | The Last Word | MSNBC
Sick Immigrants Facing Deportation Tell Their Stories To Congress | The Last Word | MSNBC
Where is Isabel bueso in the last hour with Rachel Doctor Who is kept Isabel bueso alive longer than anyone thought possible when she was living as a child and Guatemala dr. Paul hormats, you very much for joining us tonight. I’M sorry to report you that there was no resolution in Washington today of the looming deadline for deportation and Isabelle has said she still not sure. What’S going to happen, thank you. Thank you. Laurence. We are really reaching the eleventh hour and I am feeling inspired by their testimony today. Jonathan Isabelle, the other panel members that were supporting their position. But, as you just said, we don’t see, we don’t see it resolution in front of us. I just keep hoping the media pressure support from Congress. Rational thinking, kindness will turn the tables. Then this I’ll be reversed by Saturday. Pelican member of the House, Representatives and Kevin McCarthy picks up the phone and calls Donald Trump about all sorts of things. All the time and there’s no evidence that he did that today and this is such an easy thing for the Trump Administration clarify and it it just hasn’t happened. Yet they just the association of there. It’S vs. their imminent death that these patients are all facing. If we stop therapy at this point, then I know I know Isabelle very what for twenty years of have taking care of her almost 20 years. But you know, I think, each of the cases you’re you’re facing a death sentence in it’s as she was describing. She’S she’s tried as much as she can to to lead a positive life to help other people to to teach The Advocates. She has a life-threatening illness and needs this therapy, which is now available in Guatemala, and I am just hoping just like you say that something will break in the next 2 to 3 days and we’ll see a resolution. It’S it is heartbreaking and I can exhaustion on Isabelle’s face she’s, a lively vivacious person and then traveling to Washington, having interviews it’s exhausting, she has a serious illness and work we’re putting her through this entire process. I think everybody’s support is keeping her on track and it’s gotten her this far, but you know I I really worry about her her house at this point. Thank you. Thank you again for your support Lawrence. Thank you for joining us again tonight and please stay with us as we continue to cover this story. We really appreciate you joining us again tonight. Thank you. Doctor hang out our YouTube channel subscribe by clicking on the button below for more from the last word of the rest of MSNBC.
Isabel Bueso told Congress that if the Trump administration takes away the medical deferred action program, she will die from a rare genetic disease. Isabel’s doctor, Paul Harmatz, discusses Isabel’s treatment and how she is fighting for her life.
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