A handmade nativity scene in Austin, Texas shows baby Jesus locked in an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainment cage.

Kate Naranjo told FOX 7 that the controversial holiday display was meant to act as a statement against President Trump's immigration policies.

"No matter what country you live in, no matter what your ethnicity is, you should be with your family at this time and unfortunately our country in recent history has decided to separate families," Naranjo said.


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A poster of parchment next to the nativity display reads, "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free..."

Naranjo told the outlet that the display is meant to reflect Jesus's story as a refugee as well.

"Each year we try to bring a little levity but also some seriousness to the holiday season," she said.

Last year, Naranjo's holiday display depicted President Trump as the Grinch.


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