THE BBC has sparked outrage after the corporation aired a biased edition of Panorama looking into the US Presidents border wall and battle against illegal immigration.
The episode which aired on BBC One last night had several interviews with illegal immigrants and families whose parents had been deported.
They even claimed that ICE (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement) had left children to fend for themselves, even though the eldest of one family was a 19-year-old adult.
— Rob (@brits1945) July 17, 2017
#Panorama fuck it let's all just move to America illegally because the BBC seem to think that's fine.
— Blighty (@CB27434252) July 17, 2017
What the corporation fails to realise is that the Trump Administration is simply enforcing federal laws that have already been passed by the U.S. Congress.
Donald Trump was elected by his supporters to fix America’s broken immigration system – he is simply a politician doing what he said he was going to do – why is there so much outrage?
Since his inauguration, border crossings at one river close to the US/Mexico border have dropped 80% according to one border agent who called it the ‘Trump effect’.
Is Panorama ever able to give an unbiased view of anything.
People deported broke the law
A lot were criminals
Go the legal route+no problem
— OrwellianThought??? (@womanonthebeech) July 17, 2017
The BBC’s outrage is unfounded as former President – Barack Obama, deported THREE MILLION illegal immigrants, significantly more than any previous U.S. president.
The subsidized corporation would rather sympathise with illegal immigrants who have flouted U.S. federal law.
Maybe the BBC should be focusing on the effects illegal immigration has had on Britain’s poor communities rather than focusing on another foreign country’s domestic issues.