New York Times Exploits Children to Demonize ICE and Border Enforcement

The New York Times released a video op/ed on Twitter earlier today featuring children reading scripts of what the fake news rag claims are letters written by migrant kids who are being mistreated by federal officials in detainment centers managed by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

“We came to the U.S. because there were people who wanted to hurt us,” one girl read off of a sheet.

“I’m hungry here at Clint all the time. I’m so hungry that I’ve woken up in the middle of the night with hunger. I’m too scared to ask the officials for any more food,” another boy read, referring to a migrant detention facility in Clint, TX.

The emotionally-driven propaganda is relayed by children who are meant to represent migrant children who are allegedly being abused by federal officials. It is not made clear how these migrant children, most of whom arrived to the United States from a third-world country, became proficient in English so quickly.

“There isn’t water or soap to wash our hands after we use the bathroom. We have to ask for toilet paper if we want any,” another boy read.

The report outright blames “the Trump administration’s policies and mismanagement” for “holding thousands of children for long stretches in conditions that possibly violate U.S. law.” It does not mention how Democrat leaders ignored the border crisis for months, laughing off the national emergency, and allowing the catastrophe to worsen exponentially due to their inaction.

“About three days ago, I got a fever. They moved me to a flu cell. There is no one to take care of me there. They just give you pills twice a day,” another child read from the script.

This type of manipulative propaganda, commonly released by the fake news to demonize border officials, is what helped radicalize ANTIFA terrorist Willem Van Spronsen to attack a migrant detention center in Tacoma, WA with a rifle and incendiary devices this past weekend.

“There’s wrong and there’s right. It’s time to take action against the forces of evil,” Van Spronsen wrote in his manifesto. “Evil says one life is worth less than another. Evil says the flow of commerce is our purpose here. Evil says concentration camps for folks deemed lesser are necessary. The handmaid of evil says the concentration camps should be more humane. Beware the centrist.”

The media helped to convince Van Spronsen that it was a life-or-death struggle to liberate the migrants from the detention center, with deadly results.

“This is a call to patriots… to stand against this travesty against everything that you hold sacred,” he added.

The New York Times is far from alone in their irresponsible coverage of ICE and border patrol personnel, who are under a strain like never before because of the Soros-funded migrant invasion at the U.S. southern border.

The fake news media refuses to relent with their propaganda campaign against the Trump administration, and they don’t seem to care if law enforcement is put in harms way to advance their partisan agenda.