Shepard Smith said 'no one is coming to get you' but this video says differently

Shepard Smith of Fox News stated that the migrant caravan was two months away, there is no invasion, and no one is coming to get you. That was back on October 29th. It is now November 26th, almost one month away from the date of Smith going on video to discuss the migrant situation approaching the United States border through Mexico.

One video showing adult migrants throwing rocks at border patrol agents has gone viral and completely goes against everything Shepard Smith said on Fox News.

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"The migrants, according to Fox News reporting, are more than two months away. There is no invasion. No one is coming to get you" - Shepard Smith (October 29th)


November 25th...."

Looks like Shepard Smith was wrong because the people throwing rocks at the border patrol agents ARE going after someone. The only people participating in any form of an invasion are the people who are breaching the border illegally. It should be noted that there are many people waiting at the legal port of entry positions who are doing things the correct and legal way.

With every large group of people comes the few intolerable and misbehaved.

Shepard Smith might be biting his words after that video from October, that's for sure.

Regardless, pay attention to how the situation actually develops.

One video of a small group of people misbehaving does not equate to the entire group.

It's just like watching a group of people at a football game act inappropriately while there are thousands of others who behave like adults.

They also wait in line to enter the game legally, something people should consider when coming to America seeking asylum.

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