Texas says there is "no evidence" of wrongdoing after mass graves filled with bodies of immigrants were found miles inland from the U.S.-Mexico border. The bodies were gathered from the desert surrounding a checkpoint in Falfurrias, Texas, in Brooks County. An investigation was launched after the mass graves were exposed last November in a documentary by The Weather Channel in partnership with Telemundo and The Investigative Fund. The report also found many of the migrants died after crossing into the United States and waiting hours for Border Patrol to respond to their 911 calls. We speak with reporter John Carlos Frey, who found rampant violations of the law.
Look at the original sources of the reports though... The Weather Channel, some Hispanic TV channel, and a special interest group specific to the alleged ethnicity of the alleged victims?
First, any body that's been interred for long is impossible to identify the ethnicity of with any degree of accuracy.
Second, the article says they were gathered for miles around a checkpoint. That's no mass grave.
Third, the involved sources are all severely biased and in the case of the Weather channel is known to be a government agenda mouthpiece for the liberal media.
I have some vvery serious issues wit hthese allegations, especially since the article only makes a brief mention of it then jumps straight to allegations of neglect and abuse of illegal aliens. This shit is nothing but clickbait.
Obviously the Weather Channel is a communist organization. Why else would they report on the weather? And why are Spanish-language television stations allowed? So many of "those people" are Catholics. And African Americans were happier when they were enslaved, and the National Socialist Party of Germany never said one derogatory word about Jews, and every religion is treated exactly the same in Israel, and the Saudi king is an ardent champion of democracy, and there are no surveillance cameras in the UK, and, and, ...