Some Americans are expressing their outrage over President Trump’s handling of the recent violent clash between Honduran migrants and U.S. officials at California’s San Ysidro Port of Entry:
In a few instances, military-aged male migrants were seen throwing rocks at the border fence. Agents responded forcefully by launching tear gas canisters in hopes of dispersing the large crowd.
Not surprisingly, fake news MSM has mostly focused on an image of a woman and her young children running from the chaos with the intent of making our military, Border Patrol and other federal agents look bad. We’ve debunked that photo as being staged.
Exactly five years ago, the same type of confrontation occurred at San Ysidro’s entry point between Mexican citizens and U.S. agents. Why wasn’t there any outrage back then?
CBS News 8 posted an article on November 27th, 2013 titled Dramatic video of “border rush”:
More than a hundred Mexican citizens stormed the border, trying to cross into the United States.
It happened Sunday near the San Ysidro Port of Entry and it was all caught on video.
In the video, you can see Border Patrol agents being pelted with rocks as they tried to turn back the crowd.
CBS News 8’s Phil Blauer files the above video report from San Ysidro with what’s being called a “border rush.”
Image Credit: CBS News 8