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This Was EASILY The Most Dishonest Headline of 2018

We’ve heard a lot of BS from the mainstream media this year. Well, the same can be said for almost any other year of our lives, but outlets like the Washington Post really stepped up their game for 2018. It would be impressive if it wasn’t so culturally destructive.

The latest in the fake news saga comes from the aforementioned Post when it reported that a migrant child crossing into the United States from Mexico died while in custody of U.S. Customs and Border Patrol. Now, if that’s all you knew about the story — and that’s all you get from the headline discussed in the video below — you might assume that border patrol agents were criminally negligent and just let some brown kid die because Nazism.

But maybe…maybe there’s a little bit more to this story?

Oh, it turns out there’s a whole lot — such as the fact that the child was malnourished from the start because the adult she travelled with refused to feed her throughout the entire trip. Border patrol personnel reportedly tried to alleviate her suffering, but her condition was so poor that there was little they could do.

Watch the video below for the truth about one of the most dangerously misleading headlines we’ve ever seen.

~ Liberty Video News


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