Media Hacks Freak Out – MAGA Is Making Them SQUIRM

This week, Margaret Brennan, the anchor of CBS News, struggled to accept that some Americans would be in support of Donald Trump’s immigration policy.

Under President Joe Biden’s direction, approximately eight million immigrants have entered the country; this figure excludes “gotaways,” or immigrants who evade immigration authorities. The Biden administration’s actions may have led to at least 1.7 million “gotaways,” or a movement of around 10 million people.

“Many people in our current era assert that the system is fundamentally flawed.”

It should come as no surprise that the border crisis has emerged as one of the election’s main concerns, and surveys indicate that the majority of voters believe Donald Trump can resolve it.

Anthony Salvanto, the poll director for CBS News, said on Sunday that these surveys also demonstrate the public’s support for tougher immigration laws. In fact, according to a recent CBS survey, 62% of registered voters are in favor of Trump’s “mass deportation” program.

Brennan jumped to defend Biden when he realized the reality.

She said:

“According to Homeland Security, President Biden has already returned or deported more individuals in the last year than he has in any previous year since 2010.” Furthermore, depending on the specifics of his campaign trail discussions, some of Mr. Trump’s remarks may be illegal. In a way, gathering together kids doesn’t seem realistic. Furthermore, we are aware that federal authorities lack the resources, and the courts have questioned whether local authorities would be able to carry out the task. What precisely do individuals believe they are endorsing, then?

Salvanto informed Brennan that, in spite of the possible legal concerns, CBS tried the notion of local law enforcement implementing immigration laws, and the results were positive.

We even tested the idea: Should local law enforcement intervene in this matter? And many people do reply, “Yes,” he stated.

Salvanto clarified that the poll’s significance stems from its ability to reveal the “direction” of the electorate.

“Look, it does tell the viewer seeing this campaign, that what we are witnessing what some folks say is the politicization of the legal system, these ideas of deportations, etc. — we are all in a different time in which a lot of people say the system is not working,” said Brennan.

“If you connect the dots, all of these are part of that reaction, which explains some of the sentiment for these policies,” Salvanto said.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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