The Washington Post on July 12, 2014, referred to "the current crisis on the Southwest border, where authorities have apprehended tens of thousands of unaccompanied Central American children since October ..." The story's lead author was Karen Tumulty, now a columnist for the Post, who completely dismissed the idea of any crisis at the border this week.What a difference an election makes...
"We are headed to this extraordinary situation where the president declares a state of emergency, which does not exist, and the law does not really explain what we do if the president manufactures an emergency," she said Tuesday on MSNBC.
On June 5, 2014, a New York Times article began, "This is what it looks like when an immigration system is overwhelmed by tens of thousands of women and children from Central America." It further noted that, "The Federal Emergency Management Agency has been ordered to coordinate efforts to contain the crisis."
The Times editorial board this week, however, said that the crisis is actually "in the Oval Office."
The border crisis didn't change between 2014 and now. The only thing that changed was who's in the White House and how the media are reporting on it.
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Crisis Or No Crisis
It's different when the other side is in charge: