When President Trump introduced three generations of women from a family victimized recently by illegal alien crime, most viewers were confused because the media had never bothered to make their story noteworthy even as it was spewing fake news about family separations.
Gerald and Sharon David of Reno, Nevada, were tragically murdered in their home in Nevada by an illegal alien in January 2019. The terrible loss has devastated both their community and three generations of their family who will be represented at the State of the Union: the Davids’ daughter Debra, granddaughter Heather, and great-granddaughter Madison.
Those were not the only people murdered by the Salvadoran illegal alien.
Koontz, who worked at a Walmart and as a manicurist at a local salon, was remembered by co-workers Tuesday as a positive woman who loved wearing bright colors. Her Walmart colleagues wore memorial buttons with her picture.
She was “the only person I know that could come to work wearing lime green glasses and lime green crocs and rock it,” said Teri Bower, who works at the store.
Koontz and her daughter were best friends, Bower said, and the mother had saved up money and surprised her daughter with a trip to Las Vegas for her 21st birthday in December.
But the national media didn’t think their story was front page news. However a BBC cameraman being shoved at a Trump rally?
Now that’s national news.
Set the politics aside for a moment.
The media thinks that its inconvenience is worth more than your lives.
Ponder that for a moment.
A shoved cameraman is worth more than four people’s lives.
In the media’s minds, you’re either one of them. Or your life doesn’t matter.