San Diego News Station Says CNN Didn’t Want To Hear Positive Views About Border Wall There (VIDEO)

KUSI News in San Diego is making a serious charge of bias against CNN. They claim that CNN asked them for local reportage on the border wall there but then backed out when the news about the wall was positive. CNN was apparently looking for something to advance their leftist agenda.

The Hill reports:

San Diego TV station: CNN declined our ‘local view’ because of reports on wall effectiveness

A San Diego television station on Thursday said that CNN had asked for a “local view” and then “declined to hear from us” after past reports from the station showed that a border wall was effective.

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A CNN spokesperson pushed back on KUSI’s claim on Friday, calling it a “non story” since the network ultimately didn’t book any reporters from stations in the San Diego area.

“We called several local stations to book someone for a show. We didn’t end up booking any of them,” says a CNN spokesperson in a statement to The Hill. “That happens many times every single day. We did, however, book a reporter from KUSI for a story on immigration and the border wall on CNN in November. This is a non story.”…

“We believe CNN declined a report from KUSI because we informed them that most Border Patrol Agents we have spoken to told us the barrier does in fact work,” it concludes. “We have continuously been told by Border Patrol Agents that the barrier along the Southern border helps prevent illegal entries, drugs, and weapons from entering the United States, and the numbers prove it.”

See the video below:

This is so easy to believe, isn’t it?

 

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