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we're allowed to speak to the women and these are the women that we spoke to , and so when these women tell me that they were put into a south and that their sink was not working and we tested the think ourselves and the sink was not working and they were told to drink out of the toilet bowl I believe that , I believe these women , I believe the canker sores that I saw in their mouths because they were only allowed to be bad on nutritious food I believe them when they said they were sleeping on concrete floors for two months I believe them and what was worse about this Mister chairman was the fact that they were American flag hanging all over these facilities that children being separated from their parents in front of an American flag , that women were being called these names under an American flag , I spoke to the agent even though they told us not to , one of them stop sending money it's not working another one that I wasn't trained for this I am not a social worker I am not okay I'm not a medical care worker he actually said I want to be at the border that's what I was trained to be yeah , read the one other one the last one Mister chairman , the separation policy isn't working he said he knew about the separation policy that he was in acting I turned to a border patrol officer and ask what is the temperature in this world the officer responded I do not know I then asked how they said the temperatures in the room he mobile again he did not know Mister chairman on the day of our visit was a sweltering one hundred and three degrees in el Paso what's the heat index it would you bring folks indoors I inquired border patrol responded with no answer the most basic of questions about the care and welfare of those held in the custody of our government