A lengthy piece published in The Daily Beast with the ominous subhead, “Feeding the Monsters,” goes into great detail about the ordeal of “one Ohio resident with head injuries after being rear-ended” who “was deported anyway—and kidnapped the same day.”
The article goes into harrowing detail about Mexican cartels and violent crime, but before getting to any of that, readers need to get past the headline: “Mom Deported Because She Didn’t Change Lanes.” We’re guessing there was room to squeeze a couple more words in the tweet, but this is what readers were given:
A mom in Ohio was deported because she didn't change lanes https://t.co/imogs8FQFq pic.twitter.com/cAGzbWj3NK
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) August 9, 2017
That’s a harsh punishment for not changing lanes, to be certain.
Terrible click bait headline
— Kevin (@Kalogrym) August 9, 2017
Really? That's crazy! I've never heard of an American citizen being deported before. Is that even Constitutional?
— Scott Carroll (@YouDaManTiger) August 9, 2017
Was she deported for changing lanes or because she was an illegal immigrant??
— Pasha Khan (@PashaKhan12345) August 9, 2017
No. The deportation was for coming here illegally. But you knew that.
— Jaihawkk (@Jaihawkk) August 9, 2017
No, she was deported because she's an illegal.
— Mr. Frexit (@MrFrexit) August 9, 2017
ACTUALLY, she was deported because
a. She was an illegal alien
b. she got caught. https://t.co/RrLcprCyvh
— Arthur Kimes (@ComradeArthur) August 9, 2017
False. She was deported because she was illegally present in the country and had illegally re-entered after a previous deportation.
— CassiusK (@UWRockBuster) August 9, 2017
I have a feeling that she was guilty of entering this country illegally. It's a bad situation she created.
— Jim Self (@SelfJim) August 9, 2017
OK, she was in the U.S. illegally and therefore didn’t have a valid driver’s license. Plus, a computer check showed she had been returned to Mexico in 2001 after being detained in 2000 for crossing the border illegally, which she did again before settling in Ohio.
Licensed driver? Nope. Legal U.S. citizen? Nope.
I think we're done here.
— Just Kaz (@ThusSpakeKaz) August 9, 2017
1. In USA illegally;
2. Driving without a license; and
3. Ignoring a law to enhance safety of public safety officer
— Bri (@brianod61) August 9, 2017
She breaks at least 3 laws, and gets deported. Seems logical to me.
— Randy Adams (@randalladams) August 9, 2017
Had no DL license and had been thrown out of US before – she defied our laws and came back in
— ValerieNoFux ? (@OPFergVal) August 9, 2017
Unlicensed driver previously deported. Message of the day: Follow the law, folks.
— Karl Bjorn Erickson (@PacNWCathWriter) August 9, 2017
Really not seeing the problem here. She gambled as an illegal and lost. Sucks for her and a shame she abused her family that way.
— Sthrn Engr (@Drewtfs) August 9, 2017
In total agreement with this decision, tbh
— EarnieBliss (@EarnieBliss) August 9, 2017
If this country is really going to deport people for driving slow in the left lane, sign me up for the Trump Trainhttps://t.co/ASxqL1AHjr
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) August 9, 2017
These are the kind of headlines you get from Advocacy Journalism graduates.
— DJ (@DJNYified) August 9, 2017
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BOOM: Acting ICE director drops MASSIVE ‘illegal’ truth bomb on WH briefing room https://t.co/j2dXCmF3d6
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) July 27, 2017
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