Column: ‘It’s getting worse.’ The sad part of the Pelosi attack is it doesn’t surprise us that she could be so out of touch when it comes to the fact that millions of people from all walks of life are suffering under the economic collapse she is part of.
In her zeal to defend Pelosi, CNN’s John King argued it was “sad” that Pelosi “has been attacked over the health of one of her grandchildren.” The hypocrisy of this comment is so rich, it beggars the imagination.
What does being “out of touch” look like? Does it mean that the person does not understand the problem or is unaware of the devastation that the crisis is causing millions of people to live in fear and uncertainty?
King, with a straight face, implied that if Pelosi had had personal contact with the people suffering from the crisis, she would not be so out of touch.
This was supposed to be the CNN of the left – the network “whose” hosts and reporters are supposed to give the public the full truth about the world. What a joke.
CNN has a long history of distorting the facts in order to further their agenda. After their “screwed” on their ratings and profits in the 9-11 report last year, they went back to their script of fear-mongering and “reporting” on the crisis at the border as a “crisis.”
As the “reporting” went on and on about how many “people” had died, CNN then decided that “people from Mexico” were being “deported” to this country even though it was the United States that was the country sending them.
The people who made this claim are the same people who made the “factual” statement that “we’re not letting any more Central American children walk across the border” and then turned around and said “more than 600 children a day are arriving at the border.” But they conveniently ignore the fact that this number is the number of children from Guatemala coming to the US border illegally.
In order for CNN to claim that their “reporting” on “the number of children from Guatemala” is correct, they have to ignore the fact that the majority of the children coming to the US border illegally do not live in Guatemala. There are more children coming in from Mexico to this country illegally than from Guatemala.
It should be made obvious to CNN that their “reporting” is false. Anyone with a