Even the media finally admit that the crisis is on our southern border and that Mexico is moving towards its solution. We all have to thank President Trump for persuading Mexico to act with its own threat to close the border. But most journalists will not give Trump a loan for something.
Instead, many in the media accuse the president of the border crisis that he is trying to solve.
t delivery of guacamole when he threatened to close our border with Mexico if this country did not do more to stop the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs to the US
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MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell was one of many to push the point of conversation as if it were important telling his audience that if the border closed, "the United States would end up guacamole through three weeks in just three weeks. "
NBC correspondent Tom Costello expanded this on Lemma to other parts of the menu, he warned of the possible loss of "blackberries and raspberries in your mashed potatoes, not to mention beer, wine and tequila for your daisies."
The Washington Post reported on the progress of the day in the story, entitled "Threat of Trout, exhausted by caravans, Mexico recalls a red carpet. The article states that Mexico is taking steps to make Central American migrants travel to the United States and the United States.
"Fearing increasing traffic, (Mexican) security officials are considering a plan to effectively fill many migrants in the south. parts of the country ", – reports Post. "The authorities also agreed at the request of the Trump administration to keep migrants in Mexico as they seek refuge in the United States, a process that can take months or years."
CNN put his own back on the news, noting that "the level of detention (of course, CNN called it a phrase" while CNN could not verify the claims of Trump in the past two days. "But the Cuomo Prime Time Network" Recognized that the situation became a "crisis."
The "crisis" suddenly became the word journalists wanted to use – from Jones's left mother to the main networks. "The New York Times" admitted that the border is in a "crisis" but recorded how it was transported products from Mexico, due to the fact that the Trump administration appointed 750 frontier ages Nantes to handle the "surge of migrants who illegally crossed the border and seek asylum."
In other words, sending agents solved this problem. Not by the fault of those who flooded the border.
CNN's White House reporter Sarah Westwood threw the word "C ", As well as its rivals in MSNBC. This term even appeared on the MSNBC screen" Up with David Gura, "who called it a" frontier crisis. "
The guilty game went away, and we all know who in America is being blamed in 2019. Jonathan Allen assumed responsibility in the Stop Stop section in DC
"Right Trump, which is the border of the border. But he does it worse, Allen wrote. Allen added that Trump was correct only now, not when he first discussed the problem. "President Donald Trump is right: this is not the case when he first promised to build a wall in 2015," he wrote.
The Politico magazine left: "Yes, the border is a crisis." The New York Times issued a finger pointing out: "Trump's decisions will worsen the situation."
Greetings did not stop the media for open borders.
Journalists told viewers and readers that the reason for keeping the border open was that Mexico was so terribly dangerous. Yes, this was an argument. Oddly enough, some media aimed at promoting open borders have done the opposite. The millennium calls it "independent".
"CBS Evening News" tried this Wednesday and drew a nice portrait of immigrants seeking asylum in the United States
CBS correspondent Omar Villafranca said he had warned: This happened after NBC's report from October 2018, when the total has already exceeded 2000 with more than two months remaining for the year.
NBC News traveled to El Salvador, which he called "Country at a Breakpoint" – out of 18 homicides per day or more than 6,500 per year in a country of only 6 million people.
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CBS went so far as to positively portray the "coyotes" that ferry illegal immigrants across the border. "The borderline case: human coyotes that help migrants survive the tumultuous jungle of Darien Gap in Central America," went bizarre articles
. the crisis could mean for the Americans. Mass media rarely care about this aspect of news.
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