CNN doesn’t want you to believe your lying eyes when it comes to Biden and the Border

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Joe Biden could have never made it to the White House without an activist press helping him every step of the way during the 2020 Presidential election. 

And one of the loudest pro-Biden/anti-Trump voices was CNN. 

And now as November draws near, CNN is telling you to pay no attention to the man behind the curtain and ignore everything you thought you knew about Biden and the U.S. southern border. 

The most trusted name in “news?”

CNN has always been biased, dating all the way back to when Ted Turner first founded the Cable News Network.

But they’ve progressively grown worse over the years, especially once Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States.

CNN treated Donald Trump’s 2016 run for the White House like a joke.

They were shocked into near silence on election night that year when Trump trounced Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States.

They spent the next four years attacking Trump, reporting on fake stories, and fanning the flames of the witch hunt against the President.

Then they did everything within their power to make sure there wouldn’t be a second term of the Trump Administration.

They’ve spent the past three years covering up for all of President Joe Biden’s mistakes.

And the so-called “most trusted name in news” has been on a virtually non-stop campaign to make sure Trump doesn’t win again in 2024.

So much so, they’re now trying to convince voters that Biden has morphed into some sort of border hawk. 

CNN gaslights voters on Biden’s border record

President Biden recently signed yet another executive order into law. 

This one was meant to make it appear as though he’s cracking down on illegal immigration after three years of letting illegal aliens flood into the country unaccounted for with his open-border policies. 

The show executive order is convoluted, but will issue some temporary caps on acceptance of supposed “asylum seekers” when border crossing numbers reach extreme levels. 

It will do little to stop illegal aliens from coming and nothing to address the problems three years of record numbers of illegal aliens spreading across the United States are causing American workers and families. 

However, that’s not what CNN wants you to think. 

On a recent episode of CNN’s OutFront, host Erin Burnett tried to paint President Biden as being to the right of his fellow Democrats on immigration. 

Burnett was discussing Democrat reactions to the executive order with CNN’s senior political analyst Ron Brownstein and former Barack Obama official Van Jones. 

“I do think that adopting this, which was kind of the sharpest tool in the armory of that bipartisan Senate bill, gives him more ground to stand on to say, look, I’m taking reasonable steps to secure the border,” Brownstein said. “And this allows him I think also a stronger position to criticize some of the things that Trump wants to do in a second term.”

“The reality is Republicans have a strategy here,” Jones added. “They scream ‘fire’ at the border, they spread the fire around by shipping migrants all over to blue cities, and then when somebody tries to bring a firehose, like Biden, they step on the firehose.”

Burnett also played video clips of far-Left Democrat lawmakers Representative Pramila Jayapal of Washington and Senator Alex Padilla of California criticizing Biden’s politically expedient executive order as being too harsh. 

Biden’s southern border crisis

Again, the entire segment was designed to make Biden look like a border hardliner. 

Meanwhile, the facts tell a very different story. 

The estimate of the number of so-called “migrants” who have broken the law by entering the United States illegally during Joe Biden’s time as President is now more than 11- Million.

To put that massive figure in perspective – that’s about the population of the entire state of Georgia, a state large enough for 16 electoral college votes and in the top ten most populous in the United States.

The border crisis brings with it human trafficking, drug trafficking, and infrastructural problems that border towns simply can’t afford.

According to a study by the House Homeland Security Committee, the illegal alien population within the U.S. is costing American taxpayers an estimated $451-Billion annually.