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Mar 29 2021

Biden Transparency on Border Crisis

Next time you hear Biden croak about transparency, remember this video, which had to be taken by Senator Ted Cruz because Biden’s handlers won’t let the press see what their open borders policy is doing to the children their stooge invited from Central America:

The word “censorship” is slated to be deleted from the Newspeak Dictionary. Henceforth, we should say “dignity and respect to The People” instead.

Even Chris Wallace, who went out of his way to get Biden elected, admits that the current administration is less transparent than Trump. Fox News reports:

Award-winning photojournalist John Moore said he was even forced to photograph the crisis from the Mexico side of the U.S.-Mexico border. …

NBC News reported the Biden administration enacted an unofficial “gag order” on Customs and Border Protection agents, limiting what information they share with journalists and restricting media access to migrant facilities.

Regarding Ted Cruz’s foray into journalism,

Cruz and Sen. John Cornyn, both Texas Republicans, led a delegation of senators to Donna, Texas, where migrants have been packed into facilities designed for a much smaller number of people. …

Republican senators on Friday released shocking visuals of migrants and children packed into border facilities as they railed against what they called a border crisis of President Biden’s own creation. Cruz posted images of migrants crammed into pens, almost on top of one another.

About 10% of the children crammed into these pens already have Covid, according to Senator Cruz. Virtually all of them will be released into our country.

AP is doing its part to manage the crisis by telling reporters not to call it a “crisis.”

Hat tip: Not the Bee.


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