Unmistakably this next Washington Post story was composed to pull at your heartstrings, and also undermine bolster for President Donald Trump’s strict migrations strategies (which in reality simply include authorizing the country’s current laws… What an idea!
The Post focuses on the “wave of deportees” being sent back to Mexico and includes all kinds of details that are supposed to make you feel sorry for them and angry at Trump.
However, some of these details raise questions you probably aren’t “supposed” to ask, because that would upset the media’s carefully constructed narrative.
See how Antonio Olivo portrays the deportees:
The deportees stepped off their flight from El Paso looking bewildered — 135 men who had left families and jobs behind after being swept up in the Trump administration’s mounting effort to send millions of undocumented immigrants back to their economically fraught homeland.
As they filed into Mexico City International Airport recently, government employees handed them free ham-and-cheese sandwiches, Mexican ID cards and information directing them to social services in the capital.
Why yes, in Mexico you are relied upon to forces an “ID card” — would it say it isn’t odd that American liberals find such things so hostile?
What’s more, these poor deportees are “confounded” men compelled to leave “families and employments;” did the Washington Post ever commit this much journalistic vitality into composing thoughtfully about the casualties of displaced person violations?
At that point, the men, who had spent upwards of 20 years in the United States before being gotten and held in confinement for half a month, ventured into a Mexico a number of them scarcely recollect, where openings for work are rare and stresses over the most noticeably awful swelling in 10 years anticipate them.
More returnees mean lower wages for everybody in blue-collar industries such as construction and automobile manufacturing, where competition for jobs is likely to increase, economists say.
Amusing thing about that: The convergence of expatriates in the course of recent years have made some “openings for work unnerve” and “competative” for American natives in their own nation — one that they as well “can scarcely recall” however that used to be significantly less “different” and “brilliant.”
The journalist recognizes that “the entries incorporate indicted criminals,” yet rapidly moves along to state that some of them “ran organizations in the U.S. also, did well.”
Truly? Did they pay charges and different settlements? Did their workers get benefits as required by law? How did the maintain these organizations without Social Security Numbers?
What’s more, why didn’t they simply get to be U.S. natives amid this time?
Perusers will presumably wind up feigning exacerbation at this and different points of interest of this news report.
Incidentally, all together for this story to “work,” Olivo must incorporate some politically inaccurate truths:
For example, Mexico is an entirely hopeless place to live. Deportees frequently find that their “American ways” — that is, their propensities for buckling down and attempting to better themselves — don’t go over exceptionally well in their old country.
Mexico has likewise stupidly depended on billions of dollars in settlements for a considerable length of time. A year ago, cash sent “home” to Mexico from the U.S. was that country’s second greatest income source, at $25 billion a year ago alone.
We are dismally educated that Trump’s movement house keeping could have a “staggering impact” on this “income source” — without specifying that any nation that depends on such a peculiar type of “wage” ought to have arranged its economy a great deal better quite a while back, and is basically harvesting what it has sewn (for this situation, by nothing… )
There’s additional. Everybody ought to peruse this story, however not for the reasons the Washington Post would have trusted. Rather, it gives an educational look into the way the prevailing press builds its plan, which is not just hostile to Trump. From various perspectives, regardless of the possibility that subliminally, it is likewise against American.
H/P Patriot Journal