The U.S. State Department has asked the Trump Administration for clarification on the development of a new Extreme Immigration policy. Since Donald Trump has taken office State Department officials have been working hard at revamping current refugee immigration policies, but concern has grown about the introduction of the "policy" as mandated in the Executive order. Even though it is currently hung up in court State Department Officials are still working to be ready.
"Since we have started this Extreme Policy, said a supervisor on condition of anonymity, "We've been losing women to maternity leave and men to the Family Leave Act, by the hundrends! We cannot fully staff any department at this point, let alone work at revamping immigration! We have only been following instructions layed out to us in the Executive Order read to us by Ms. Kellyanne Conway. She emphasized we MUST increase and incorporate heavy PETTING. We have only been doing what we have been told."
"We can't stop doing it," said a secretary, "We are committed to this President, or any President who issues an order such as this."
"I personally have gotten a shipment of Durex for our department," said another supervisor on condition of anonymity, "We've also had to get a shipment of tadalafil for our older workers to keep up. Viagra is no good for a job like this, it results in too many injuries and we simply can't afford it."
Yet even with these precautions the State Dept, is looking at a huge baby boom in 2017. Planned Parenthood has been consulted and is preparing to open an office directly in the Department, with or without Federal financial support. "We believe it is in the best interest of national security for us to be assisting the State Department in any way possible. It is only a matter of time before this situation gets situation critical and we must not become pregnant with fear.