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MSNBC Uses Video From Obama Years to Claim Trump is Cruel to Illegal Immigrants
I don't have to tell you how the leftist media is full of lying douchenozzles who wouldn't know the truth if it had its teeth clamped tight around their berries. So, in the absence of reality lining up with their narrative, they go with untruths. Just take this for example.
MSNBC tried making Trump look like he's gonna dehydrate the kiddies to death with a disturbing video. There's just one problem. The video example of Trump being cruel is from the Obama years. Check it out:
Following the lead of MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell from Friday night, host Joy Reid on both Saturday and Sunday cited video dating back to the Barack Obama era as evidence that, under President Donald Trump, the U.S. Border Patrol destroys water supplies left in the desert for illegal immigrants, thus putting them at greater risk of dehydration.
As the chyron was shown on screen, the time stamp of the video showing that it was recorded in 2011 was initially obscured, although, when it was repeated a bit later, the date was very briefly visible.
Seeing as the Donald is such a cruel meanypants, there ought to be countless videos of him being douchey to illegals. Yet, the left is constantly having to pull Obama-era videos and policies to support their narrative.
All the locking kiddos in cages and denying agua to the illegals seems to have gone down during the tenure of Barry-O. Yet, the left still clings to him. Like a dog in heat to the nearest available leg. If the left is truly shocked by these videos and pictures, they can direct their attention toward the mocha-hued fella whose ears can pick up HBO.
If the left thinks Trump goes too far with his anti-illegal policies, that's fine. People have a right to be as wrong as they like. Though, there's a big difference between having a different opinion and outright telling fibs to the public. Yet they wonder why we call them "fake news."
Since we're talking about illegals: