The Washington Post raised eyebrows on Monday night for a report on the first newly opened "migrant facility for children" under President Biden, which critics compared to the "kids in cages" mantra that was pushed during the Trump administration. "The emergency facility — a vestige of the Trump administration that was open for only a month in summer 2019 — is being reactivated to hold up to 700 children ages 13 to 17." Headlines from 2018 include, "The American tradition of caging children," and "The real reason we’re locking children in cages." "Kids in cages is now 'migrant facility for children,'" radio host Dana Loesch declared. "Big difference 20 months and a new President makes, @washingtonpost," writer Drew Holden wrote, comparing the headline to a "cages" headline under Trump.
Source: Fox News February 23, 2021 06:45 UTC