Desperate ABC News is doing their damnedest to keep the bogus Border-Patrol-agents-whipping-migrants narrative on life support – twitchy.com

Boy, time really flies when everything is terrible!



Can you believe it’s already been more than a month since Sawyer Hackett’s insanely dishonest tweet about mounted Border Patrol agents whipping Haitian migrants went viral and was picked up by mainstream media outlets who spread the lies even further? Well, that was back on September 20, and ABC News is still on top of this story.

And they want you to know that the Border Patrol agents who were doing their jobs still haven’t been questioned about doing their jobs:

More from ABC News:

Images of mounted patrol agents using their horses to push back migrants, mostly Haitian, stirred national controversy as an unprecedented number attempted to cross the Rio Grande into the small border town of Del Rio, Texas, in September. The Department of Homeland Security launched an internal investigation into the matter shortly after the images came out.

Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas promised a swift investigation into the horse patrol over a month ago, assuring lawmakers it would yield findings days later. As of publication, and despite multiple requests for comment from ABC News, the administration has not publicly announced any findings.

One law enforcement official said the internal investigation could not proceed, and the agents directly involved could not be interviewed, until the U.S. attorney makes a determination.

Hey, here’s a determination: the Border Patrol agents were immediately vilified by people whose hatred for law enforcement trumps all else, including the truth.

Because even the Biden administration knows that this never should’ve been a story to begin with.

If ABC News wants to do some journalism, they could start by not trying so hard to keep this false narrative on life support.

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