Such was the case regarding the issue of migrant children being separated from their parents when apprehended illegally entering the United States, which was featured in last week’s second and final presidential debate. NBC News’ Kristen Welker, who served as debate moderator, opted to include the issue in the questions posed to President Donald Trump and this resulted in a spirited exchange about who built the “cages” children are sometimes held in.
The answer, of course, is the Obama-Biden administration, which their media allies gloss right over. So, when Trump was campaigning in Wisconsin Saturday, a clever soul apparently assigned the media password for WiFi as:
All of which prompted a wave of tweets reminding the country about who really did build the cages — which are actually chained link fences.
In relation to DJT, those famous words Barky Obama so smugly once spoke, "You Didn't Build That', was never more relevant.
#WhoBuiltTheCagesJoe?— Brick Suit (@Brick_Suit) October 26, 2020
That was the WiFi password the PRESS had to use at President Trump's rally last night in Wisconsin. pic.twitter.com/N1Xdv5Hako
"Who built the cages, Joe?" #DebateTonight #Debate2020 pic.twitter.com/9mP9sGWwpo— Melissa Tate (@TheRightMelissa) October 23, 2020
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