CNN Says No Rock Throwing At Border- But Here’s The Video

By Steve Straub at The Federalist Papers

A CNN reporter is claiming that there is no rock throwing by migrant caravan members at the border, but there’s a BIG problem with this claim.

The problem is the claim is simply not true, and we have the video to prove it.

Watch this:

“Video of the migrant caravan storming our border & hurling rocks/projectiles at American border patrol & military. To every person who enabled this crisis & classified the migrant caravan as non-violent: Shame on you. You lied. Now American lives are in danger.”

The Western Journal reports on other examples of migrants throwing rocks at Border Patrol agents:

In another report, that same video shown by CNN was cut right before rock-throwing was clearly shown. The focus of their report was action taken by the U.S. government and what migrants would do next, despite the person interviewed, San Diego Union Tribune reporter Wendy Fry, stating she saw migrants throwing rocks.

And even though the Los Angeles Times is considered to be a left-leaning media outlet, even they reported on the rocks and projectiles being thrown at border agents. They even acknowledged it boldly, in their title: “Border Patrol agents pelted with rocks, bottles during standoff.”

Further, they reported that although fortunately no one was seriously injured, agents were hit with the rocks and projectiles. For some it was hits taken to arms and legs.

One agent was actually hit in the head. The weapon was a “filled water bottle.”

So for CNN to claim that there are no migrants throwing rocks at Border Patrol agents is simply laughable.

The once “most trusted name in news” has become a farce.

In fact their reputation is so bad the President now wants to start up a competing network:

While a government run news network is not necessarily a good idea, it’s sad the mainstream media’s own behavior has even made this a possibility.


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