She thinks being reunited is somehow best for the kids
"Everyone’s situation is different," Briana acknowledges. "But I really hope this all works out, especially for the kid’s sake."
She thinks nobody can judge Jenelle
"While lots of people are judging, they need to take a step back and remember that they’ve never lived her life," Briana points out.
Well, part of that's true
Most of us have led very, very different lives than Jenelle. We're not sure if that means that we have to nearly die of heroin overdoses before we're allowed to judge her, though.
Briana says that there are a lot of unknowns
"They don’t know the exact ins and outs of what she’s dealing with just because of what they think they’ve seen on TV," Briana points out.
Fair enough -- NO ONE knows everything
But how much do you actually have to know about David Eason to know that you wouldn't trust him around a houseplant, let alone human children?
Unfortunately, Briana's not alone in her views
US laws tend to strongly favor reuniting children with their parents. Sometimes, a parent has been rehabilitated. Other times, it leads to a lifetime of PTSD and misery brought on by years of childhood trauma. And of course, not every child gets to grow up to adulthood.