AWKWARD: CNN interviews Chief Patrol Agent about ‘asylum seekers’ and tear gas, gets reply they did NOT want (watch)
CNN interviewed the Chief Patrol Agent, San Diego Sector Border Control about their decision to use tear gas on the ‘asylum seekers’ at the border and well, it’s pretty safe to say the interview didn’t go the way they planned.
"If they were truly asylum seekers, they would have just walked up and surrendered and that did not take place," says the Chief Patrol Agent, San Diego Sector Border Control, defending the decision to use tear gas. https://t.co/w67XCL3JqD pic.twitter.com/ZWrl4N2bOM
— New Day (@NewDay) November 26, 2018
‘If they were truly asylum seekers they would have walked up and surrendered, this did not happen.’
CNN tried super hard to make this about Trump and blame America for the mess at the border, but the Chief wasn’t having it, no matter how many times this guy tried to rephrase his question to get the answer he wanted.
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC1) November 26, 2018
How sad, CNN.
And wow, he really really really tried to make this something it’s not.
— The Honeybadger (@honeybadger_the) November 26, 2018
WOW. They pushed the women and children up front so they could throw rocks at the agents from behind them.
But tell us more about how they’re peaceful refugees seeking asylum.
I have noticed that the most annoying "Newspeople" do that .. ask a question repeatedly until they get the answer they are looking for #leghumpers
— Mitchell King (@mitch_waylett) November 26, 2018
That could work for CNN.