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Exploitation: NBC Tries to Shame Acting ICE Boss With Video of Crying Little Girl


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Continuing the liberal media’s narrative that those working for Immigration and Customs Enforcement were monsters, Tuesday’s edition of NBC Nightly News featured correspondent Gabe Gutierrez trying to shame acting ICE director Matthew Albence with the video of a little girl crying because agents arrested her father.

“Nearly a week after the largest workplace immigration raids in more than a decade, the acting director of ICE is responding to concerns over how the sweep was handled and its impact on kids,” announced anchor Lester Holt as he transitioned into the segment.

The first question NBC showed was of Gutierrez pressing Albence on whether or not he felt “there [was] anything ICE could have done better last week in Mississippi?” The acting Director defended his agents by saying it “was a textbook operation”.

“Matthew Albence says that despite the emotional counts of kids left without their parents as the operation unfolded,” Gutierrez chided via voice over.


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