Donald Trump rindió su informe presidencial, el State of the Union, este martes 5 de febrero.
Sobre nuestra frontera:
Luego:Trump said a border wall “immediately” changed El Paso, Texas, from one of the most dangerous in the country to one of the safest. The city’s crime rate actually plummeted before the wall was built. #sotu https://t.co/zVgOjZ5fhj— USA TODAY Politics (@usatodayDC) February 6, 2019
That is a straight-up lie about El Paso, which was one of America’s safest large cities for violent crime before the fencing was erected and did not immediately see crime fall after the fence was built. Thorough debunking from https://t.co/YAFxOMPWKE: https://t.co/YrKQ3CnD6x pic.twitter.com/xAM4NycvQ6— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) February 6, 2019
Trump again repeats that El Paso was one of the most dangerous cities in the country before a wall was built. That has been repeatedly debunked as a lie. @sotu https://t.co/rj4WiSU0Lh— Bob Moore (@BobMooreNews) February 6, 2019
El Paso has never been “one of the most dangerous cities in the country.” The city had the third lowest violent crime rate among 35 U.S. cities before construction of a fence started. Its violent crime rate increased 5.5 % in the years before and after construction of the fence.— feminist next door (@emrazz) February 6, 2019
In light of @realDonaldTrump repeating the bogus claim about El Paso being one of the most dangerous cities pre-wall, I’m reupping this thread from 4 days ago. Cities with large immigrant populations have long had low crime rates. https://t.co/Fw1e1ImIYK— Bob Moore (@BobMooreNews) February 6, 2019
Trump says a border fence reduced crime in El Paso. That's false. New @TwitterMoments. https://t.co/eAvKb6rOqV— Texas Tribune (@TexasTribune) February 6, 2019
The CEO of the El Paso-based Borderplex Alliance, a private organization focused on expanding business opportunities in N.M., El Paso and Ciudad Juarez, on tonight's #SOTU. pic.twitter.com/y8bpuVW0KD— Julian Aguilar (@nachoaguilar) February 6, 2019
Relacionado:El Paso Sheriff Richard Wiles to NBC: "It is sad to hear Pres. Trump state falsehoods about El Paso, Texas in an attempt to justify the building of a 2,000 mile wall ... El Paso was a safe city long before a wall was built. Pres. Trump continues to give a false narrative." @MSNBC— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) February 6, 2019
As Trump talks about the border, this just happened an hour ago:— Gabriel Debenedetti (@gdebenedetti) February 6, 2019
"SANTA FE — [New Mexico] Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Tuesday evening ordered the withdrawal of the majority of National Guard troops deployed at the state’s southern border."