BREAKING: The American Civil Liberties Union files a legal challenge to President Trump's order denying asylum to migrants if they cross the U.S.-Mexico border illegally. https://t.co/yLo7ePGI9w
— The Associated Press (@AP) November 9, 2018
Trump tells us he’s issuing proclamation suspending the entry of immigrants who cross the border unlawfully, barring them from eligibility for asylum. Any inadmissible immigrants to ports of entry, where they will be processed “in a lawful manner,” staff said yesterday. pic.twitter.com/XYqvLNWy8c
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) November 9, 2018
The Trump administration is sending thousands of troops to keep out Central American asylum-seekers, but it may well lift a travel ban on a far-right bigot—who previously snuck in to the US—so he can speak to @SteveKingIA and other fellow racists. https://t.co/6GUVR3k5cG
— Ned Price (@nedprice) November 9, 2018
U.N. tells Washington to protect refugees after Trump limits asylum https://t.co/wE0VCDfY04
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) November 9, 2018
— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) November 9, 2018
In a proclamation, President Trump called illegal immigration “a crisis” and suspended asylum rights to all immigrants who attempt to cross into the U.S. illegally https://t.co/neJfni0vPF
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 9, 2018
BREAKING: The Trump administration is moving to prohibit people who illegally cross the U.S. border with Mexico from claiming asylum.
— Yamiche Alcindor (@Yamiche) November 8, 2018
It was just a ploy to get his cult to vote. He duped his cult and the media.
— Chris Cillizza (@CillizzaCNN) November 14, 2018
Other than retweeting one WH message about new asylum rules, Trump’s Twitter feed has been silent since Election Day about the caravans approaching the southern border, which he constantly called a crisis in the days running up to the midterms
— Manu Raju (@mkraju) November 11, 2018
Notice that the caravan totally disappeared as an issue as soon as the votes were cast — not just Fox News, but mainstream media too. Guys, you really need to take a hard look in the mirror and ask why you're so easily played 2/
— Paul Krugman (@paulkrugman) November 9, 2018
Trump tweets about the "caravan:"
Before Election Day: 9
After Election Day: 0
Meanwhile, there are more than 5,000 troops deployed along on the border, away from their families, for this political stunt. Shameful.
— Robert Reich (@RBReich) November 9, 2018
The president has not tweeted about the caravan “invasion” since before the election.
— Philip Rucker (@PhilipRucker) November 8, 2018
To those who believed Trump’s lies about the phony caravan crisis before the election, why isn’t State Run Media talking about the caravan today?
Because Trump and his media hacks played you for racist fools. And what did you do but swallow the bait whole. 🤔
— Joe Scarborough (@JoeNBC) November 8, 2018
Post-election reality: The caravan is no longer front page news, but mass shootings still are.
— Andrew Weinstein (@Weinsteinlaw) November 8, 2018
Well, coverage of the migrant caravan stopped on November 7.
Just like coverage of Weiner's laptop stopped November 9, 2016.
Just like coverage of Ebola stopped November 5, 2014.
The media's top story is whatever Republicans say it is. Every. Single. Time.
— Matthew Chapman (@fawfulfan) November 8, 2018
Every Republican voter I spoke to in Texas, without exception, mentioned the caravan & border security as motivating factors in their midterm vote. https://t.co/4QPMZYWnMA
— Garrett Haake (@GarrettHaake) November 8, 2018
To those media outlets who covered extensively the " the invading caravan" before the election– sometimes on page one — but now have completely dropped reporting on this alleged national security threat, realize how badly Trump played you & don't repeat.
— Michael McFaul (@McFaul) November 8, 2018
While Trump had you focused
on a caravan of immigrants
killed 12 people in a a bar
killed 11 people in a synagogue
sent pipe bombs to other Americans
tried to shoot up a black church
killed black people at a Kroger
— Keith Boykin (@keithboykin) November 8, 2018
My latest: Now that the election's over, Fox News and Trump seem to have lost interest in the caravan.
— Marcus Baram (@mbaram) November 8, 2018
Trump dropped that Caravan like a second wife who hit her 40's.
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) November 8, 2018
A Week After the Midterms, Trump Seems to Forget the Caravan https://t.co/NqI507ZUpY
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) November 14, 2018
— The New Republic (@newrepublic) November 14, 2018
This is scary with big potential for violence.
I hope Trump-inspired people like these don’t try to intimidate voters on Tuesday.
According to the Army, the great danger posed by the caravan is that it will provoke domestic terrorists / unregulated militia members into violent action https://t.co/ZRL4w3gxVh— Tim Wu (@superwuster) November 3, 2018
The media is falling for Trump’s bait. Sad!
STUDY: Trump’s phony caravan “crisis” consumed Wash. Post, NY Times
— Matthew Gertz (@MattGertz) November 2, 2018
It is … sobering that, years after saturation “what about those emails???” coverage, both NYT and WaPo could be gulled into front-page focus on “caravan” “crisis” manufactured by Trump. (A few thousand people on foot, 1000 miles from US) @Sulliview was, and is, right on this https://t.co/AGWgPxmtYL
— James Fallows (@JamesFallows) November 3, 2018
I wrote a column on caravan-coverage overkill almost two weeks ago. It’s only gotten worse. https://t.co/HjQGa4v9je
— Margaret Sullivan (@Sulliview) November 3, 2018
How many front page stories on climate change? What matters more to the future of our country – climate change or some caravan 1000 miles away? https://t.co/QjTJwkVUvu
— Ben Rhodes (@brhodes) November 3, 2018
The right wing will lie with pictures as well as words. Sad!
Another day, another viral caravan hoax. I reported this to FB earlier today, when it had <10,000 shares. (It's a photo of a border detention center published by @HoustonChron in 2014, nothing to do with caravan.) Still up, and now at 33,000 shares. pic.twitter.com/jo5oT45gPT
— Kevin Roose (@kevinroose) November 3, 2018
A group of Honduran migrants traveling through Mexico toward the United States has attracted lots of attention, including a litany of false statements circulating on social media. Here is a closer look at five widely shared images of the caravan: https://t.co/mUbHyVsdWB
— NYT Media (@nytmedia) October 26, 2018
— PolitiFact (@PolitiFact) November 2, 2018
Tons of misinformation about the caravan floating around. This photo of a bloodied police officer has tens of thousands of shares on a few big FB pages. It was taken in 2012, and has nothing to do with the caravan. pic.twitter.com/CPxPBygbRv
— Kevin Roose (@kevinroose) October 22, 2018
Notice Ginni Thomas calls the caravan an invasion. The alleged Pittsburgh shooter called the caravan members invaders so I guess that’s the buzz word on the extreme right.
A photo of bloodied law enforcement officers from 2012 was used to make false claims about the migrant caravan. Here’s Ginni Thomas, wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, helping spread it: https://t.co/03omMOnwPS pic.twitter.com/2bqji6TwwH
— Craig Silverman (@CraigSilverman) October 23, 2018
It’s just a political stunt to create fear in the Trump cult.
They won’t even tell us what’s going on.
Shouldn’t this be categorized as a campaign expense? https://t.co/uKyhaap0Wt
— Ron Charles (@RonCharles) November 3, 2018
Pentagon refuses to answer questions about the President’s election eve border deployment.
From one of our great national security reporters>>> https://t.co/Da7bKXilds
— Susan Glasser (@sbg1) November 3, 2018
1) An important point is getting lost in all the discussion of Trump’s decision to send troops to the border to “protect us” from the migrant caravan.
And we need to recapture it.
A thread follows.
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) November 3, 2018
Opinion: The military deployment to the border is a shameless, and dangerous, stunt https://t.co/cLkbeuLHqy
— Washington Post (@washingtonpost) November 4, 2018
In case you're listening to Trump, most asylum seekers released before an asylum hearing do actually show up as required. https://t.co/aoF1V0FFDJ
— Philip Bump (@pbump) November 1, 2018
It was repeated on Fox this morning. Ainsley Earhardt said she'd "heard it was only 2%." https://t.co/WzUINyUbin
— Natasha Bertrand (@NatashaBertrand) November 2, 2018
So @jaketapper points out that the President, who said only 3% of asylum seekers show up court dates, was wrong.
Nope. It’s 76%, and was up to 99% under a new pilot program President Trump ended.
So just a completely entirely false misleading stat off by 10x.
— Todd Schulte (@TheToddSchulte) November 1, 2018
Bigots and liars! Sad!