Feds are smuggling 30,000 immigrant kids into states — Gateway Pundit

JISHOU, HUNAN — As another example of the tenuous hold The Gateway Pundit has on accuracy, check out this xenophobic, scaremongering headline: BREAKING: HHS Has Released 30,340 Unaccompanied Illegal Minors Across US This Year So breaking!! that it’s been going on for the last six months, but to continue with the post. According to the Office of Refugee Resettlement 30,340 illegal children were secretly released to sponsors across the United States in the first six months of this year. I’ve got some problems with the term “illegal children,” but let’s focus on the “secretly released to sponsors” aspect of this story. First of all, it’s not a secret if the ORR announces it’s happened. And second, by law, the government is prohibited from revealing the precise whereabouts of minor children. So, in that respect, there is some secrecy. Who are these sponsors? From the ORR website: We try to place the child with a parent, and if that is not possible, with a relative, and if that is not possible, with a family friend. We do not restrict placements based on the immigration status of the parent or other sponsor. All sponsors receive a background check that includes a public ...

Context is important, but not to Gateway Pundit Jim Hoft

Wheat-Dogg’s Law: Given the content of any article posted at The Gateway Pundit blog, we can assume the exact opposite meaning is true. JISHOU, HUNAN — Keeping this truism in mind, I had to wonder about this headline today at TGP: WH Lauds Sudanese Christian’s Release But Does Not Mention ‘Christianity’ in Statement Outrageous! It must be more of the anti-Christian propaganda coming out the White House these days. Obama is the Anti-Christ! No, wait, he’s secretly a Muslim! No, wait, he’s both! Two mints in one! Could it be true that the White House failed to mention that Sudanese refugee Meriam Yahya Ibrahim Ishag was Christian? Ishag had been on trial in her native country for apostasy — specifically converting from Islam to Christianity — and had been sentenced to death. Instead, Ishag and her family were released, and she arrived yesterday in Rome. The only transcript I could find of the statement by National Security Advisor Susan Rice, besides the text on The Gateway Pundit, was at a site called Don411.com, which publishes press releases verbatim. I had no success finding the transcript at the White House website. In fact, Hoft is literally correct: the statement does not ...
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