Despite the president’s initial confusion, let’s be clear about where we’ve landed: the Biden DOJ is absolutely planning to pay up to $450,000 per illegal migrant separated under the short-lived Zero Tolerance policy as part of a settlement. Biden has since recanted, shouting at a reporter that border crossers, “whether they crossed legally or illegally” deserve payments if they “lost a child” and “he’s gone.” (Fact check false: Any separation would have occurred because the parent was sent to jail for illegal crossing, so no border crossers were here “legally,” and these lawsuits are not about children who are “gone” but about lingering emotional distress despite reuniting or the opportunity to reunite.) Not a moment after President Biden originally lied and said the payments were “not going to happen,” the ACLU — one organization in the lawsuits — corrected the record. They sternly reminded the president of his “campaign promise” to pay them, and the migrants. A campaign promise? I was unaware that was a basis for prosecutors to give taxpayer dollars to partisan organizations and migrants who enter the country illegally. Leave it to the Washington Post to spin for the administration. According to WaPo, the proposed lucrative payouts actually showed how apolitical the Biden DOJ is. As opposed to prosecuting parents for domestic terrorism, an apparent political decision, paying cash settlements to illegal migrants is politically “fraught, …