NBC, Fox News and Facebook Ban President Trump’s Campaign Advertisement that Features Illegal Alien Cop Killer Luis Bracamontes

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NBC and the Fox News Channel both said on Monday, the day before the election, stopped airing President Trump’s campaign advertisement that includes footage of Luis Bracamontes, a twice-deported immigrant from Mexico sentenced to death in California for killing two police officers.  Earlier, CNN had rejected the same ad, declaring it “racist.”  Fox News, considered to be conservative, banned the President – will he be censored by Twitter next?

Fox News and Fox Business pulled Trump’s caravan ad after a huge backlash from critics who decried the 30-second video as “racist.”

First CNN refused to air the caravan ad and lectured Donald Trump Jr. after he took a swipe at CNN for refusing to show the real threats to the US.

Fox News has now joined CNN after it caved to pressure.

In a statement to Mediaite, Fox News ad sales president Marianne Gambelli said, “Upon further review, Fox News pulled the ad yesterday and it will not appear on either Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network.”

The ad focuses on the migrant caravan marching towards our border and features cop killer Luis Bracamontes, who was deported twice and snuck back in, murdered two police officers and was seen laughing in court about his crimes.

“The migrant caravan must be stopped,” the narrator of Trump’s caravan ad says after it shows cop-killer Luis Bracamontes lamenting he should have murdered more officers.

 

President Trump wants to secure our borders and keep Americans safe–this is now considered “racist” by the left and mainstream media.

 

President Trump also ran this stunning ad on NBC during Sunday night football and the left went ballistic.

NBC caved and pulled the caravan ad as well.

Read full article here…

 

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