The people who work at MSNBC seem to live in an alternate version of reality.
During a recent broadcast on the far left network, not one but two different analysts insisted that there is no crisis happening at the southern border.
The fact is that an unprecendented number of people are crossing America’s southern border on a daily basis. We have never seen these kinds of numbers in the country’s history.
FOX News reports:
MSNBC analysts deny ‘crisis,’ claim border is ‘not being overrun:’ ‘Not happening’
MSNBC analysts Maria Hinijosa and Fernand Amandi both agreed that there is no “crisis” at the border while appearing on “The Mehdi Hasan Show” Sunday night.
Guest host Paola Ramos discussed the subject of immigration ahead of Title 42 enforcement set to end in December. Although Customs and Border Protection reported an all-time record of over 230,000 border encounters in October, Hinijosa attacked any claims that there is a “crisis” at the southern border.
She even objected to the border photos MSNBC was running during the segment, saying, “Look, first of all, we should stop using the kind of, actually even the kind of imagery being shown right now. You know, we should not be perpetuating a conversation about a crisis that is a human drama but that this United States is not being overrun, flooded by uncontrollable situations on the border. That’s not happening in terms of tens of thousands of people trying to get [in] — no!”
She added, “I would encourage the Biden administration, as I’ve been saying from the very beginning, what you have to do is you have to differentiate and you have to make clear that they are not going to perpetuate and fall into this rhetoric about there is a drama and a crisis of so many people coming. No! [Speaks in Spanish.] It’s not that way. You know what’s out of control, Paola, and I know you know this. What’s out of control on the border is absolutely the militarization of the border, the dehumanization of people at the border.”
Watch the video below:
Again, these people are not living in the real world.