This video from Reuters is from last week, but it went overlooked and that’s too bad because it’s a great example of media bias. What projects “might” not be built if President Trump diverts Defense Department funds toward his border wall? Schools and daycare centers, that’s what.
And notice how the one and only politician appearing in the video is Democrat Sen. Tim Kaine, who would be vice president now if it weren’t for all that Russian collusion. He calls it “ransacking.”
Seriously, watch this thing … it’s only 26 seconds long.
What projects are at risk of losing funding in favour of Trump’s border wall? Schools and daycare centers for military kids. Watch the full report https://t.co/71z9fikuSN via @ReutersTV pic.twitter.com/UAbD8UA8Up
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) March 22, 2019
— Caring Citizen (@Kiddledoll) March 22, 2019
Won’t someone think of the children?
Our kids will be just fine if we stop overcrowding THEIR SCHOOLS, their doctors offices with others who entered illegally.
Stop using the kids. https://t.co/L7s634KFqX
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) March 22, 2019
but those kids will hopefully be PROTECTED from criminals, traffickers and illegal drugs. Thats more of a priority I would have thought. SAFETY.
— TheOwlwatcher (@TOwlwatcher) March 22, 2019
When you have to use the word "MIGHT" and use conjecture instead of facts… that's not journalism. You can do better than that Reuters.
— An American Housewife (@AmericHousewife) March 22, 2019
Is this news or propaganda?
— Jay Lawton 🌶🌶🌶 (@AndersonAlamo) March 22, 2019
This is propaganda, unbecoming of Reuters. Shame of you for bringing shame to your profession.
— Francis Roy (@FrancisRoyCA) March 22, 2019
Ever notice how liberals pounce whenever conservatives wonder how many American citizens’ lives might be saved if we had control of our border?
'Don't call them biased'! Notice anything about CNN's national debt tweets? [screenshot] https://t.co/RDaGDrUKal
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 14, 2019