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NYT journo poses ‘serious’ question to vilify Trump’s MS-13 remark, gets a ‘serious’ smackdown back

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The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman “seriously asking” a question about President Trump’s “animals” comment seriously sent many heads to desks.

The liberal media went off on Trump for what they claimed was his bashing of immigrants by calling them “animals” during a roundtable at the White House with California lawmakers. The president was actually referring to members of the violent MS-13 gang, but the left doesn’t normally deal with facts and went into a collective meltdown.

“We have people coming into the country…You wouldn’t believe how bad these people are. These aren’t people. These are animals,” Trump responded to a comment by Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims  who spoke about not being able to report MS-13 gang members “if they don’t reach a certain threshold.”

But the mainstream media launched into an assault on Trump over his comments and Democrats like Nancy Pelosi even defended the gang members in their rush to bash the president.

Haberman’s epic question unleashed a torrent of criticism as social media users pondered the “special kind of idiot” the Times writer was.

Frieda Powers


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