Lies pose as news
President Trump has gone to the mat to protect the United States against the invasion of our country. It was a fundamental issue on which he ran and won the presidency in a spectacular upset. Democrats, desirous of increasing their voter base have fought him at every turn, forcing him to declare a national emergency to obtain funding for the wall they previously supported. (revealing video)
So enraged are the radical open border proponents, they are now engaging in every level of deception, threatening impeachment.
Truth, on the other hand, is irrefutable. Rather than the numbers of illegal aliens declining as the left claims, they are actually increasing, yet given the deceptive reporting, Americans would never know it. A few dishonest, in-tandem, examples simultaneously bombarding our citizens:
DISHONESTY proliferates in these reports:
Nov. 27, 2018: Reuters headlined, “Illegal immigrants in U.S. at lowest level since 2004: study. The body of the report softly refers to “unauthorized immigrants.”
Nov. 27, 2018: USA Today ran, “Number of undocumented immigrants in USA falls to 12-year low, researchers say.”
Nov. 27, 2018: Pew Research Center Hispanic Trends: “U.S. Unauthorized Immigrant Total Dips to Lowest Level in a Decade.”
Nov. 27, 2018: NBC News: “In 2016, U.S. saw lowest level of undocumented immigrants in over a decade.”
Nov. 27, 2018: NPR headlined the same words as it cites another source spewing the identical deceit: “U.S. Seeing Lowest Level Of Unauthorized Immigrants In A Decade, Pew Study Says.”
Jan. 17, 2019: Forbes: “Falling Illegal Immigration Numbers Confirm No Border Crisis.”
Looking for honesty? Read the facts in Monday’s Wall Street Journal, which headlined its report, “Record Immigration Surge at the Border“ Number has been steadily rising since fiscal 2015, when fewer than 40,000 such migrants were arrested.
The WSJ report begins with these words:
Arrests of families crossing into the U.S. illegally in the past five months hit a record, prompting the chief of Customs and Border Protection to say the system is at “the breaking point.”
From October through February, border agents arrested 136,150 people traveling in families for crossing the border illegally. The prior record for a 12-month period was 107,212, during the fiscal year that ended in September.
More than 66,400 people were arrested in February, making it the busiest month since President Trump took office and the busiest February since 2008. The numbers were the sharpest evidence yet that, despite Mr. Trump’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration, the flow of migrants is only growing.
“This situation is not sustainable,” Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan said while releasing the numbers Tuesday. “The system is well beyond capacity and remains at the breaking point.” On Tuesday afternoon, the White House highlighted the new numbers, saying they “reflect an ever-worsening crisis on our southern border.”
Other FACTUAL reports:
March 5, 2019: The Washington Times: Illegal immigration at worst rate in decade.
March 5, 2019: Conservative Review: New, awful data shows that the border invasion is worse than ever.
March 5, 2019: NPR backtracks with this report: Migrant Families Arrive In Busloads As Border Crossings Hit 10-Year High.
March 5, 2019: Breitbart News: Illegal Immigration Under Trump Projected to Surpass Obama Era Levels.
March 3, 2019: Breitbart News: 55 Migrants Transported to U.S. Hospitals Each Day, Say Feds.
March 5, 2019: NumbersUSA: CBP Experiencing Record SW Border Arrests/Inadmissible Family Units.