Accuracy in Media

El Paso, Texas – It has been nearly one month since President Donald Trump held a rally in El Paso, Texas, receiving support from Texans and other citizens of neighboring states to build the wall and finish his campaign promise. 

Trump’s border security rally did not detour illegal aliens from crossing the border in the same city, causing custody rates to skyrocket.

The CPB released an article stating, “Agents apprehended a group of 112 illegal aliens at the border wall near downtown.”

On the same night the president was in town, Beto O’Rouke, onetime candidate for the U.S. Senate and one of the many potential 2020 presidential contenders, held a “March for Truth: Stop the Wall, Stop the Lies” rally at Bowie High School, to speak out against the president and his closed border, merit-based immigration policy.

Ironically enough, the CPB in the same report claimed just west of Bowie High School, agents were working on processing a group of 252 aliens.

After the rallies concluded, Beto interviewed with MSNBC stating less than one minute in, “…many people now know, El Paso has been a safe, prior to having the wall, post having the wall, in fact, a little less safe after having a wall…”

According to the government agency, when comparing El Paso’s unaccompanied alien children apprehensions from this year to last, there is a 296 percent increase from February 2018. When comparing El Paso’s family unit apprehensions, the city has increased by 1,689 percent almost tripling the increase of San Diego.

Just yesterday, Texas Representative Dan Crenshaw questioned Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Kirstjen Nielsen asking, “…walls work, would you agree with that?”

She confidently answered, “Walls work, yes sir, as evidence.”

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