Fake News: Associated Press Pushes ‘Safe Border’ Narrative to Critique Trump Wall
McALLEN, Texas — The Associated Press continues to push discredited claims of a safe border and half-truths about the existing fence in its latest attempt to discredit the building of a wall.
In the latest border piece by the Associated Press, writer Frank Bajak visited the Rio Grande Valley to speak with a farmer and some activists in an effort to discredit the notion of a border wall with Mexico. According to Bajak’s report, currently there are 652 miles of “border barrier” with the majority of those built in Arizona and 110 of those having been built in Texas. What Bajak left out of his report is the fact that in most of those “border barriers” are in fact “Normandy” barriers or simple markers. – READ MORE