Thursday, May 31, 2018

Lost Children? Detention Cages? Baby Prison Bus? Trump's Critics Will Believe Anything

Trump Derangement Syndrome: Over the long weekend, President Trump's critics were in a sputtering rage over his supposedly losing 1,500 illegal immigrant children, sticking them in cages, and putting others on specially equipped prison buses. Turns out, it was all 100% bogus.
On Sunday, photos of children laying inside a chain-link fence cage starting flying around the internet. New York Times Magazine editor-in-chief Jake Silverstein forwarded it to his followers, saying that "all of these photos are disturbing, but the first two are especially awful."
CNN's Hadas Gold described the pictures as "First Photos of separated migrant children at holding facility."
Outrage quickly followed.
"This is happening right now," said former Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau. "Speechless. This is not who we are as a nation," said Antonio Villaraigosa, who is running for California governor. Actress Rosanna Arquette called it a "sick crime against Humanity"
Turns out the photos were taken in 2014 --->
Read the rest of this IBD editorial HERE and follow links below to related stories:

NYT Fact-Check: No, Trump Didn't Separate 1,500 Immigrant Children From Their Parents

Antonio Arellano of ABC 13 Houston Peddles Misleading Information for Outrage

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