( Breitbart ) TIME Magazine issued a major correction Friday on a story about the infamous sobbing Honduran toddler Yanela Denise — but insisted that its cover image linking the migrant girl to President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” border enforcement policy is still accurate.
“The original version of this story misstated what happened to the girl in the photo after she taken from the scene,” the correction reads. “The girl was not carried away screaming by U.S. Border Patrol agents; her mother picked her up and the two were taken away together.”
Shortly after making the correction, the magazine issued a statement affirming it still stands by its controversial cover depicting President Donald Trump callously standing over the child migrant.
( Independent Sentinel ) A Communist New York University professor Sam LaVigne created a database of over 1,500 Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees’ personal information and spread it to Antifa.
The intent was to intimidate, threaten, and harm ICE agents and their families.
He needs to be fired but NYU is very hard-left these days.
After creating the database, he shared it to his 3,600 followers on Twitter Tuesday morning. The Communist-Anarchist Antifa picked it up and spread it around to their violent allies. It also spread to a Reddit subgroup.
“Doxxing ICE agents is good and moral,” one Reddit user posted on a thread that shared the database.
“Dox more Nazis,” another read.
FAKE PHOTO: Iconic Crying Migrant Girl Was Never Separated from Mother who Paid Coyote $6K To Transport Them To U.S.
More fake new, more fake photos!
- The father of the tearful two-year-old Honduran migrant girl who became the face of the “family separation” news coverage says that his young daughter was never actually separated from her mother when caught by U.S. Border Patrol.
- The child’s mother took a the 1,800-mile trip with her daughter — paying a “coyote” smuggler $6,000 to take them
Hernandez says that his wife and daughter were never separated by Border Patrol agents and that they remain together.
Hernandez also told the Daily Mail that he did not support his wife Sandra’s decision to leave their home and travel through dangerous conditions to seek political asylum in the U.S.: “I didn’t support it. I asked her, why? Why would she want to put our little girl through that? But it was her decision at the end of the day.
“I don’t have any resentment for my wife, but I do think it was irresponsible of her to take the baby with her in her arms because we don’t know what could happen,” he told the Daily Mail.
He said she had talked about going to the United States for a “better future” but she did not say she had made the decision to take the 1,800-mile trip — paying a “coyote” smuggler $6,000 to take them.
When Sandra left on her journey with Yanela, she left Hernandez behind with three other children — Wesly (14), Cindy (11), and Brianna (6).
Though he said she had planned to apply for political asylum, Hernandez did not mention any political persecution that might have justified the claim.
He also said that he was employed: “I thank God that I have a good job here.”
Hernandez said that the first news of his wife’s and daughter’s fate came when he saw Moore’s photograph.
He also told the Daily Mail that officials told him on Wednesday that his wife and child are together in Texas and are “doing fine,” he said.
- Detained individuals are stripped of outer layers of clothing and forced to suffer in brutally cold temperatures; deprived of beds, bedding, and sleep; denied adequate food, water, medicine and medical care, and basic sanitation and hygiene items such as soap, sufficient toilet paper, sanitary napkins, diapers, and showers; and held virtually incommunicado in these conditions for days.”
( Daily Caller ) In 2015, the American Immigration Council and the American Civil Liberties Union announced a class-action lawsuit against the conditions at the detainment facilities in Tucson, Arizona.
According to the lawsuit, the Obama administration held migrants in wretched, inhumane condition. The lawsuit specifically mentions children being held in these conditions:
“The complaint alleges that Tucson Sector Border Patrol holds men, women, and children in freezing, overcrowded, and filthy cells for days at a time in violation of the U.S. Constitution and CBP’s own policies. Detained individuals are stripped of outer layers of clothing and forced to suffer in brutally cold temperatures; deprived of beds, bedding, and sleep; denied adequate food, water, medicine and medical care, and basic sanitation and hygiene items such as soap, sufficient toilet paper, sanitary napkins, diapers, and showers; and held virtually incommunicado in these conditions for days.”
The American Immigration Council published photos of the conditions in the Obama-era facilities. The images show dozens of illegal immigrants being held in crowded, filthy cells. There are no beds or mats for sleeping, with many of the migrants sleeping on a packed floor in a head-to-toe arrangement. Other images show mothers changing the diapers of their children on the cold concrete floor. Others show garbage piling up in the cells. Many images picture children living in these conditions.
The photos and captions are provided by the American Immigration Council:
‘Concentration Camp’: People React To Photos Of Trump’s Detention Centers — Just Kidding, They Were Obama’s
( Daily Caller ) The DC’s Amber Athey and Justin Caruso regularly take to the streets of Washington, D.C., to ask the most important questions in America.
This week, we showed people a number of photos taken of detention centers for migrant children.
Clearly, President Trump is keeping these kids in such horrible conditions … just kidding, that was President Obama in 2014. That’s right, we showed people around D.C. photos from detention centers that were run in 2014 under President Obama.
Some of the reactions may surprise you.
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( Daily Mail ) First Lady Melania Trump arrived in Texas Thursday morning for a surprise visit to children being held at the border by her husband’s administration but the public was banned from seeing her interact with the kids.
Dressed in a creme button down safari jacket, white pants, and sneakers, the First Lady arrived in a rainy McAllen, Texas, to tour a facilities where children are being held.
And while her briefing with officials was broadcast live on cable news there were no photos of her meeting the children being detained in the facility.
During the visit, the first lady interacted with dozens of kids, visiting three classrooms, and talking to several of them.
But, while a print reporter was allowed to write about the interactions, the White House set ‘ground rules’ that forbid ‘audio or photos’ of her with the kids.
Melania Trump’s communications director Stephanie Grisham explained the rule was for the children’s safety.
‘She visited with minor children so it was to protect their safety,’ Grisham explained to the DailyMail.com in a statement.
The Trump administration has been limiting media access to the facilities where children are being held amid a firestorm of controversy over President Donald Trump’s ‘zero tolerance’ policy that has led to the migrant kids being separated from their parents.
The first lady’s trip also became notable for her fashion
Seven ‘Unaccompanied Migrant Children’ Who Appear To be Grown Men Arrive at New York Airport – VIDEO
The New York Times reports hundreds of ‘separated children’ have quietly been sent to New York. If you look at the picture and video, some of them don’t look like children. This happens in Europe all the time. “Children” who are actually adults, even men in their 40s, apply for asylum and they get approved.
Under cover of darkness and in the custody of the federal government, migrant children have been coming in waves to New York, taken from their parents after crossing the southern border.
Speaking outside Cayuga Centers in Harlem, one of a group of social service agencies in the state that contract with the federal government to take in unaccompanied minors, Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday afternoon said 350 children had come through the center and that 239 of them were currently in Cayuga’s care; the agency is not residential, but places children in temporary foster care and runs day programs.sing the southern border.