Networks Let Obama Escape Blame for Yet Another Crisis of His Making

Networks Let Obama Escape Blame for Yet Another Crisis of His MakingNewsBusters ^ | June 26, 2014 | Jeffrey DickensPosted on 6/26/2014, 10:10:06 AM by lbryceOn Tuesday, Univision’s Jorge Ramos did something his colleagues at the Big Three network have been reluctant to do. He pinned the blame for the ongoing border crisis squarely on Barack Obama’s immigration policies.

 

Writing in the June 24 edition of Miami’s El Nuevo Herald translation courtesy of MRC Latino’s Ken Oliver-Mendez Ramos blasted the President: video after the jump“This crisis of children is an unfortunate consequence of the immigration policies of President Obama. First, in concentrating his deportations on ‘criminals’ it became clear he wasn’t going to deport adolescent children. Second, upon offering the ‘deferred action’ protection DACA to more than half a million Dreamers – or undocumented students – there’s the hope that he will keep treating recently arrived minors with the same generosity. And third, the reality is that the majority of the 24,000 children detained last year have not been deported, and neither, surely, will the 90,000 of 2014.”

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2 Responses to Networks Let Obama Escape Blame for Yet Another Crisis of His Making

  1. Paul Lemmen says:

    Reblogged this on Dead Citizen's Rights Society.

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