CNN Blindsided By Honest Border Patrol Agent Who Schools Them On Harsh Reality Of Migrant Kids’ Plight

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As the narrative revolves around illegal immigrant children this week, some of the mainstream media outlets are actually talking with the people working at the southern border about the situation. One of them is CNN’s, Brooke Baldwin. Recently, she spoke with National Border Patrol Council spokesman Chris Cabrera who dropped a few bombshells during the broadcast.

“I don’t think everybody understands what’s happening down here. You know, a lot of these kids that are coming here, and put through terrible, terrible situations by their parents; they are brought over in extremely dangerous conditions, in extremely dangerous terrain, and all this can be avoided if they just go through the port of entry. There would be no crime committed by them and they wouldn’t get separated. Why they don’t do this is beyond me,” explained Cabrera, adding, “As we all know, when you get arrested, you don’t get to stay with your family.”…

“We’ve had this situation going on for four years now,” he said, adding, “I don’t think you can necessarily blame it on one administration or another. It started under one and is continuing under another. It hasn’t been fixed and it needs to be fixed.”…

“Right now we have this beacon of, ‘We’ll leave the light on for you, you come across illegally and we’ll let you into the country.’ And if you guys have seen some of the stuff we’ve seen down here, you’d understand how important it is to have a tough stance to divert people from coming here.”…

“When you see a 12-year-old girl with a Plan B pill, or their parents put her on birth control because they know getting violated is part of the journey, that’s just a terrible way to live. When you see a 4-year-old girl traveling completely alone with just her parents’ phone number written across her shirt. I mean, come on now, something needs to be done,” he said. “We had a 9-year-old boy last year have a heat stroke in front of us and die with no family around, and that’s because we’re allowing people to take advantage of this system.”

“If we want this law changed,” he said, “we need Congress to take action.”…

“America is outraged,” [Baldwin] said. “Can you assure everyone watching that you and your border patrol colleagues are treating these children humanely?”

“I can tell you with absolute certainty they’re being treated humanely,” he replied. “Most of our agents are parents. I’ve seen guys, and I’ve done it myself, you give your last bottle of water to a kid, you’ll take a toy out of your car to give to one of these kids because you know the situation they’re in. Agents are very sympathetic. We’re human, we’re fathers, we have families. We do a lot for the communities here, whether or not a camera is involved. Our agents are very involved. And nobody saves more lives along the southwestern border than the U.S. Border patrol.”

“Having kids in detentions centers, obviously, it’s not ideal,” he said, “but it’s far better than the alternative: a lot of these kids not making it.”

All of this together paints a harrowing picture. Parents in countries south of the border are so desperate for their children, that they are sending them on an incredibly dangerous journey not knowing if they are going to make it or not. The price for young girls is incredibly high if rape is known to be simply part of the process.

Yes, something needs to be done, and now that the spotlight is actually on the situation, the truth needs to be told: family separation only happens when an adult is arrested, and many of the kids coming over the border, are not with their parents.

It goes against the narrative, but it is the truth.

The Trump News Gazette

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