WaPo Changes Their Headline to Further a Fake News Storyline


Yesterday, The Washington Post actually changed their headline to a story to fit a narrative. In fact, the entire story was fake news. In the middle of the article, the author writes, The evidence is still anecdotal — and The Washington Post was unable to speak directly with immigrants who chose to cancel their SNAP benefits.

There was no study, no statistics, no substance to back up the tale.

It was pure propaganda to make people sorry for the illegal felons being deported.

The Sentinel wrote about the story yesterday. Even for WaPo to refer to ‘illegal immigrants’ as ‘immigrants’ is fake news.

A report by The Center for Immigration Studies revealed that the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) “provides benefits to families with an illegal alien (or other ineligible alien) wage earner in it, while denying benefits to an identical family comprised of only U.S. citizens.”

It’s highly unlikely the people who come here for our benefits and are getting benefits over citizens and lawful residents will stop collecting them any time soon but we hope they do and that the story is somehow true.

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