Activist organization Credo Mobile called DHS’s behavior “outrageous” and echoed Rocketto’s call for an investigation. 

The fallout from Devereaux’s reporting also enraged those who attended the protests. 

“Homeland Security monitored the family separation protests my family went to,” said writer Sean T. Collins.

Naomi Dann, a media strategist for the New York Civil Liberties Union, pointed out that the government’s reaction to the news shows that its priorities are skewed.

“Not only was DHS investing resources into tearing families apart, they were also paying to spy on families protesting that cruel policy,” said Dann. “And now the government says they ‘don’t have the resources’ to put all the separated families back together.”

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