The Time magazine cover of a crying child with President Trump is getting lots of attention but not for the right reasons. It’s been called out as fake news (see previous report below) because the mother was never separated from the child on the Time magazine cover!
There are some great memes out there by Carpe Donktum that you’ll love:
“Crooked” Hillary Clinton…”Welcome to Justice” This one is a favorite because it mimics Hillary’s phony reaction when balloons dropped at the Dem Convention. She and Bill stood there all slack-jawed like they’d never seen a balloon drop. Pretty funny!
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This has to be the best photo because it depicts the left as they are right now with all of their emotional manipulation. It’s backfiring in a BIG way! Welcome to America…”Meet The American Left”
Hey @TIME, since your new cover photo has been exposed as a fraud, might I suggest you pull the issue and replace the image with this one. #Caring pic.twitter.com/owNGBWAYH3
— Reverend Doctor Jill Biden Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) June 22, 2018
HERE’S ANOTHER GOOD ONE ABOUT THE LIES FROM THE LEFT: LIES, LIES, LIES AND MORE LIES
OUR PREVIOUS REPORT ON THE LITTLE GIRL ON THE TIME COVER:
Another media lie exposed. Time Magazine, another liberal rag whose goal it is to take down our President, who should be treated as “fake news” is instead, treated as a reputable source of news.
The father of the Honduran girl who became the face of the family separation crisis has revealed that he still has not been in touch with his wife or daughter but was happy to learn they are safe.
Denis Javier Varela Hernandez, 32, said that he had not heard from his wife Sandra, 32, who was with his two-year-old daughter Yanela Denise, for nearly three weeks until he saw the image of them being apprehended in Texas.
In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Hernandez, who lives in Puerto Cortes, Honduras, says that he was told yesterday that his wife and child are being detained at a family residential center in Texas but are together and are doing ‘fine.’
‘You can imagine how I felt when I saw that photo of my daughter. It broke my heart. It’s difficult as a father to see that, but I know now that they are not in danger. They are safer now than when they were making that journey to the border,’ he said.
A Honduran asylum seeker, 2, and her mother are taken into custody near the US-Mexico border. The Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy for undocumented immigrants calls for the separation of parents and children. #gettyimages #undocumented #gettyimagesnews pic.twitter.com/2tCmxDYlvd
— John Moore (@jbmoorephoto) June 13, 2018
He revealed that his wife had previously mentioned her wish to go to the United States for a ‘better future’ but did not tell him nor any of their family members that she was planning to make the trek.
‘I didn’t support it. I asked her, why? Why would she want to put our little girl through that? But it was her decision at the end of the day.’
He said that Sandra had always wanted to experience ‘the American dream’ and hoped to find a good job in the States.
Denis, who works as a captain at a port on the coast of Puerto Cortes, explained that things back home were fine but not great, and that his wife was seeking political asylum.
He said that Sandra set out on the 1,800-mile journey with the baby girl on June 3, at 6am, and he has not heard from her since.
‘I never got the chance to say goodbye to my daughter and now all I can do is wait’, he said, adding that he hopes they are either granted political asylum or are sent back home.
‘I don’t have any resentment for my wife, but I do think it was irresponsible of her to take the baby with her in her arms because we don’t know what could happen.’
The couple has three other children, son Wesly, 14, and daughters Cindy, 11, and Brianna, six.
‘The kids see what’s happening. They’re a little worried but I don’t try to bring it up that much. They know their mother and sister are safe now.’
Denis said that he believes the journey across the border is only worth it to some degree and admits that it’s not something he would ever consider.
He said he heard from friends that his wife paid $6,000 for a coyote – a term for someone who smuggles people across the border.
‘I wouldn’t risk my life for it. It’s hard to find a good job here and that’s why many people choose to leave. But I thank God that I have a good job here. And I would never risk my life making that journey.’
The heartbreaking photo was taken by Getty photographer John Moore close to midnight on the night of June 12 near McAllen, Texas, as the row over Donald Trump’s separation of migrant parents and children escalated.
Denis said that he hopes to use the photo and his family’s situation to help him reunite with his daughter.
‘I don’t want money, what I want is someone to tell me that my daughter is going to be OK.’ – The Daily Mail