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MSM, CNN & Fox Among Those Refusing to Air Trump’s GOP Campaign Ad

In a last ditch effort to interfere with the Republican campaign during the midterm elections, Facebook and all three major TV networks decided not to air a GOP campaign ad about the migrant caravan. CNN and Fox News have also declined to show it.

What could be so bad?

Perhaps the truth about an advancing caravan of thousands of Central American migrants who have promised to enter the United States with or without permission is offensive to some.

The ad regarding the hotbed immigration issue in America, states:

“America cannot allow this invasion. The migrant caravan must be stopped. President Trump and his allies will protect our border and keep our families safe. America’s future depends on you. Stop the caravan. Vote Republican.”

Twitter debuted the ad last week.

The ad shows a large number of migrants making their way to the U.S. Mexico border, forcefully at times.

It also shows a convicted illegal immigrant and cop killer saying that his only regret was having just killed two police officers.

While many agree that those in the caravan are making a mockery of U.S. asylum laws, many on the Left welcome the immigrants with open arms.

Addressing NBC’s airing of the ad, Actress Debra Messing of the revived Will and Grace fame tweeted:

“To our fans—I want you to know that I am ashamed that my network aired this disgusting racist ad. It is the antithesis of everything I personally believe in, and what, I believe, our show is all about.

However, those on the Right don’t agree with Messing.

Brad Parscale, the 2020 Presidential campaign manager for President Donald Trump, tweeted:

“Stop The Caravan! This is about being a nation of laws. You must enter our country LEGALLY. When will it be enough? When the caravan is 100K, 500K, 2MM in size?”

Apparently, in the future only those GOP campaign ads containing sunshine, lollipops and rainbows pleasing to the Left will be aired.

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