Oops! MSNBC Accidentally Argues for Trump's Wall

“What happened?! The people are crossing!”

During an MSNBC segment Monday morning, cameras inadvertently caught an obscenity sure to chill the spine of leftists everywhere:  reality.  The crushing blow to the network’s activist narrative came in the form of — gasp — illegal aliens sneaking into the country, right where MSNBC doesn’t think a wall needs to be.

For a piece titled “Designing Trump’s Wall,” correspondent Jacob Soboroff was near the southern U.S. border when suddenly a group of illegal immigrants easily negotiated an erected fence, entering the United States right there in front of God and everybody.

Just prior, Soboroff asked a Border Patrol agent about the existing fence, “So what happens now?  Does the president come out here and literally say, ‘Okay, I like that one?’”  The agent replied, “We’re going to test it for breach-ability, for the sub-terrain aspect…can we dig under it, can we cut through it, scale over it?”

As the agent was explaining, a group approached the fence and jumped over it.  As if shocked to learn that people actually do sneak into the country, Soboroff exclaimed:

“What happened?!  The people are crossing!”

Sure to seize the dramatic opportunity to paint the illegals in a sympathetic light, Soboroff narrated:

“Almost on cue, a group of asylum-seekers…jumped over the existing fence to turn themselves in to border agents on horseback.”

Continuing at the border, Soboroff said to the officer:

"A small group of three people just jumped over in the middle of the day!...Can you explain what’s going on?”  

The agent responded:

“This is the reality of every-day border enforcement.  The United States is the draw for people with dire situations where they are at.  We are going to continue to witness this.  It plays out on a regular basis for us.”

Another thing that plays out on a regular basis is MSNBC trying to discredit President Trump at every turn.  But Monday, they accidentally proved him right:  America needs to secure its border.

 

 

 

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