You know ICE is totally evil, right? ICE, as in the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.
If you don't know ICE is evil, the Left and the media will make sure you know it by the time you hit that voting booth in November. Because the Left cares about human beings and ICE does not. In fact, one of the most widely reported stories over the weekend was about how an evil ICE agent chased down an illegal immigrant couple, cornering them at a California gas station. And they arrested the poor husband who was simply trying to get his pregnant wife to the hospital in time for her c-section.
ICE is so evil that they detained the man and his poor wife had to drive herself to the hospital. Can you imagine?
Granted, there is the small detail about the man being a wanted murder suspect, but pay no attention to the real story behind the curtain. The pregnant wife had to drive herself to the hospital!
Back to that minor story line just for a second, the man isn't even wanted by U.S. authorities – he's a wanted suspect in Mexico. So, if my math is correct, evil ICE is doing the Mexican police's job for them.
But back to that main story line – ICE is evil! This was The Washington Post's headline: "ICE arrested a man driving his pregnant wife to give birth. She drove herself to the hospital."
There are multiple examples of these misleading headlines and some of the reports even failed to mention the murder suspect part. Weird.
Pass the tissues!
Or this from Newsweek: "ICE Agents, Part of Trump Crackdown, Detain Husband Driving Pregnant Wife to Deliver Baby."
Extra kudos to Newsweek for associating President Trump with this cruelty.
Then there's this from The Sacramento Bee:
"They were on their way to the hospital to have a baby when ICE took him away."
That one almost makes it sound like ICE took away the baby. Which is a particularly nice, evil touch.
There are multiple examples of these misleading headlines and some of the reports even failed to mention the murder suspect part. Weird. But, you know, mistakes happen I guess. The media thinks "fake news" is too harsh a label, so maybe we should just go with mistake news.