Madam Secretary's Sara Ramirez, EP Break Down Kat and Jay's (Somewhat Shady) LGBTQ Refugee Solution

Kat Sandoval, welcome to the Department of State doghouse.

Sunday’s Madam Secretary ended on an upnote of sorts: A group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people was able to slip away from the government persecuting it and take refuge in another nation. But the underground, foreign-policy maneuvering Kat and Jay had to pull to make the rescue happen could have negative ramifications in the long-term.

Long story short: The State Department, working via a non-governmental organization, engaged Kurdish smugglers to get the LGBTQ victims from their home territory of Abkhazia to Bulgaria, which promised refuge. But the Kurds and the Turks are archenemies… which is why Elizabeth is wildly unhappy with both her policy advisor and her chief of staff by the end of the hour.

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