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Jun 21 2018

Viral Child in Cage Picture Is Emblematic of the Phoniness of Separated Illegal Alien Children Campaign

To get an idea of the phoniness of the media’s separated illegal alien children campaign, consider this picture:

The picture has been getting plenty of mileage. I even saw it yesterday on Fox News’ most serious daily show, Special Report. Bret Baier came on at the end to apologize for running a picture that is fake, as even left-leaning websites admit:

Snopes and PolitiFact found other pictures of the boy wearing the same clothes at a demonstration on June 10 organized by the Brown Berets de Cemanahuac’s Texas chapter in Dallas. …

Leroy Pena, who took the image, told PolitiFact the youngster had followed his older brother into the enclosure before spotting his mother outside.

“He was only in there 30 seconds,” Pena said.

Long enough to snap a photo sufficed to provide plenty of ammo in the war against America’s territorial sovereignty — which is what this issue is about. After all, children are separated from their law-breaking parents every day without any theatrical tears from left-wing propagandists.

What is at stake is whether America will be able to defend its borders from the gathering tsunami of Third World invaders, or whether it will be absorbed by the Third World, as even mainstream Democrats openly intend. This existential threat to our country is the issue; the rest is smoke.

On a tip from KirklesWorth.




3 Responses to “Viral Child in Cage Picture Is Emblematic of the Phoniness of Separated Illegal Alien Children Campaign”

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  3. […] they would use a staged picture of a little kid hamming it up in a cage, you can’t expect SJWs working as journalists to be above […]

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