Fake News CNN Refused To Air Story On Effectiveness Of Border Wall From Local San Diego Television Station KUSI

“Thursday morning, CNN called the KUSI Newsroom asking if one of our reporters could give them a local view of the debate surrounding the border wall and government shutdown,” a report by KUSI, an independent station in San Diego that began airing in 1982, begins. “KUSI offered our own Dan Plante, who has reported dozens of times on the border, including one story from 2016 that was retweeted by former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, and posted on DrudgeReport.com,” it continues while linking to a border fence tour report.
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A San Diego television station KUSI on Thursday said that CNN had asked for a “local view” and then “declined to hear from us” after past reports from the station showed that a border wall was effective.

So why do we call CNN fake news? Because this. CNN reached out to a local border state looking for a story that would make President Trump and his demand for building the wall look bad. That’s what CNN lives for, mocking the president and trying to take him down. But when they reached out to local San Diego station KUSI, they didn’t like what they were told.

CNN was told that having a border wall lowers crime, reduces drug traffic, makes people safer and lowers illegal immigration. Translation? KUSI told CNN the truth about the benefits of having a strong border wall. CNN dropped the story idea like a hot potato, not interested in anything that reflects positively on our president or tells the truth about border security. And that’s why we call them fake news CNN.

San Diego TV station: CNN declined our ‘local view’ because of reports on wall effectiveness

FROM THE HILL: Immigration, the partial government shutdown and President Trump‘s proposed border wall have all been topics dominating the cable news landscape since the shutdown began three weeks ago.

“Thursday morning, CNN called the KUSI Newsroom asking if one of our reporters could give them a local view of the debate surrounding the border wall and government shutdown,” a report by KUSI, an independent station in San Diego that began airing in 1982, begins.

“KUSI offered our own Dan Plante, who has reported dozens of times on the border, including one story from 2016 that was retweeted by former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, and posted on DrudgeReport.com,” it continues while linking to a border fence tour report.

“We believe CNN declined a report from KUSI because we informed them that most Border Patrol Agents we have spoken to told us the barrier does in fact work,” it concludes. “We have continuously been told by Border Patrol Agents that the barrier along the Southern border helps prevent illegal entries, drugs, and weapons from entering the United States, and the numbers prove it.”

The Hill has reached out to CNN for comment.

The partial government shutdown over funding for the wall reached its 21st day on Friday. Trump has demanded $5 billion for the wall while Democrats have offered $1.3 billion for border security measures.

Trump is said to be strongly considering a national emergency declaration as it appears a funding bill getting through Congress with his demands is unlikely. Some legal scholars and Democrats have argued the president does not have the authority to make such a declaration. READ MORE

Jim Acosta Accidentally Shows Why Border Wall Works

Watch as fake news CNN’s Jim Acosta starts accidentally bragging on how peaceful and calm the border is where the wall is. Hmm, how did this one slip past the censors at the Clinton News Network? Even when you are fake news, sometimes true news gets in by mistake. Thanks, Jim, for proving why the president is right!

 

 

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