Yesterday, President Trump hosted an event for the Angel Families where emotional stories were shared about loved ones who were killed by people in the U.S. illegally. A story at NPR attempts to stick up for illegals in the wake of Trump’s meeting with the Angel Families:
Violent crime appears to fall when more immigrants are living in a community illegally. https://t.co/UDkCjkGozL
— NPR (@NPR) June 23, 2018
Tell that to the Angel Families, NPR.
That doesn’t mean that illegal immigrants don’t commit violent crimes. It also goes against his point that if someone here illegally commits a violent act, they could have been stopped by not being here in the first place.
— jeremydehner🤯🤫🤔 (@jeremydehner) June 23, 2018
Your conclusion is ridiculous and not at all supported by the numbers presented. The "study" uses flawed methodology and is missing a glaring factor–it only looks at those who remain once arrested. And who paid for the study? #factcheck @TheWTFNation
— VeteransReport (@theVetsReport) June 23, 2018
Just say you want open borders, NPR. We know you don’t care about this country. Or reality.
— Navigator (@ItsGoneAwry) June 23, 2018
Yay! Chock-full of #ConfirmationBias!
— Jake Harrison 🇺🇸 (@RedStateJake) June 23, 2018
No it doesn't, they just don't report it out of fear of being deported.
— Jen DinNJ (@JenDinnj) June 23, 2018
NPR writers appear to have never taken a course in statistics. Or journalism. https://t.co/Gx7krRovJh
— Pissed Pat (@Pissed_Pat) June 23, 2018
NPR’s reports about illegal immigration tend to leave out some important details.