CNN correspondent Evan Perez should really make sure he has his facts straight before he makes a statement.
Of course, that should seem like common sense for an on-air contributor that people rely on for news. Perez managed to reach a new low with a statement on the now infamous Trump-Russia dossier.
The segment started simply enough, with MSNBC correspondent Jacob Soboroff speaking with a U. Border Patrol official about the logistics of Trump’s wall and also taking a look at eight . “It’s like, a small group of three people jumped over in the middle of the day,” Soboroff told the Border Patrol official. “The United States is still the draw, the ultimate draw, for people that have dire situations where they’re at. It plays out on a regular basis for us.” Watch the relevant portion of the segment below: [embedded content] .
– story continues below Yeah, that frequently happens when all you have to protect your border is a short, weak fence.
After a couple Fox hosts highlighted Soboroff’s report on Tuesday morning’s edition of “Fox & Friends,” mocking the MSNBC correspondent for unintentionally proving Trump right, Soboroff started spewing lies on Twitter.
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He then killed himself with an electric saw, NTV said.
The best known is called Blue Whale and involves the completion of 50 tasks before the victim takes his or her own life.
Hundreds of Russian teenagers have died after being involved in these sinister games, it is claimed.