in the vicinityVideoAttikisson: the reality at the border, not with the media coverage
Emmy award-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson talks about the limit on “Media Buzz with Howard Kurtz.”
Emmy award-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson said the media coverage of the US southern border crisis does not accurately reflect how Americans feel is actually the Problem, during a Sunday segment of “Media Buzz with Howard Kurtz.”
Attkisson has to travel to the border for a first-hand look at the chaos and says that she plans to return in two weeks to continue the investigation of the site conditions. She also said, the reality of the situation was overshadowed and darkened by the biased reporting in the media.
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“I’m not going with an agenda to prove what kind of story or to cover,” she said. “And what I hear when I’m there far more reflective of what the polling shows nationwide. A large majority of the American public is merciful and a feeling for the problems that people have when they come here.”
Attkisson cited, in particular, the city of Laredo, Texas, say a large Hispanic population, that it is necessary for you to maintain strong boundaries while still maintaining your business relationship with Mexico.
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“One of the most exciting stories was when I went to Loredo Texas. which has a Hispanic mayor, most Latin American city, Latin American-run law-enforcement authorities. You are tough boy who is on the border of the security, and she explains why,” she said.
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“It is criminal to worry, if you don’t have the protection of the drill in your community. They also rely on business South of the border with their friends in Mexico, so it is an integral relationship to Lorado. But it is textured and nuanced, and much more like what you hear from the General public than what you represented, on the news.”