Sunday, November 25, 2018

Mexico to Deport about 500 Foreign Criminals Who "Violently" Tried to "Illegally" Cross the U.S. Border

By A Texas Reader
Sun, Nov 25, 2018 7:21 p.m.
Mexico to deport about 500 migrants who "violently" tried to "illegally" cross the U.S. Border

Mexico will deport about 500 migrants who on Sunday tried to "violently" and "illegally" cross the U.S. border, according to the Mexican Interior Ministry in a statement.


Anonymous said...

Maybe we can get someone to deport "FOX NATION" to a location,that it wont ever be heard from again."FOX NATION"--can you believe the gall?A pay money version of regular FOX NEWS,which is rapidly becoming less worthy of my watching it,for FREE,let alone via subscription ($5.99 per month).
They claim "exclusive content"and "the personalities you love",as selling points.And documentaries.
How about no blacks?Uhhh no.On their preview show,Tyrus(blackie)announced he will have his own show.
Why would I pay one cent to view even one black spout an opinion on todays topics?He won't be the only one--guaranteed.
As I type this,"The Next Revolution" is on,with two black guests and one whitey,talking about how immigration is bad for blacks.Do they think their viewers give a flying f**k about that?How many blacks watch FOX news?Why would these kinds of discussions even make it to air?
In my estimation,FOX has waved the white flag (racial correlation intended)on defending Caucasians and are now on the black bandwagon--with whites losing another media battle in the process.
If someone wanted to start a subscription channel that appeals to whites only--and I've mentioned,there's a large,silent segment of the country begging for something like that--it would be a hugely successful enterprise,with the right content.
FOX NATION is not that channel.
--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man.

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Foxnews right now has a picture of migrants trying to storm the border, the lead picture is of an obsese woman hauling two kids, the background of course was all men.

Also, I just watched 60 Minutes do a feature on the family border separations. It was a lying manipulative hit piece against Trump. Never was mentioned that the policy was in effect under Obama and while it wasn't directly stated one was left with the distinct impression that it was a originally a Trump policy, which simply is not true. He's the one who ended it.

I actually agree that the family separations should never have happened. If the adults parents are irresponsible enough to bring children to a foreign country they don't belong then those kids can sit in detention with their parents, or they can stay with the traffickers and other exploiters who brought them.

Anonymous said...

(ZH)Perhaps President Trump was still nursing a grudge from his visit to France earlier this month, or maybe he spent some time ruminating about his low popularity ratings among key US allies. Or maybe he's still pissed about the whole Jim Acosta thing.

Whatever the reason, the president decided to lash out at CNN on Twitter again Monday afternoon, threatening to create a rival global news network that would help counter CNN's powerful influence outside the US. While CNN's ratings in the US are notoriously low, the cable network "has a powerful voice portraying the United States in an unfair and false way" outside the US, where Trump said it has "very little competition."

"Something has to be done, including the possibility of the United States starting our own Worldwide Network to show the World the way we really are, GREAT!," Trump concluded.

Donald J. Trump

While CNN doesn’t do great in the United States based on ratings, outside of the U.S. they have very little competition. Throughout the world, CNN has a powerful voice portraying the United States in an unfair...
--GR Anonymous