WHOOPS! Liberals and former President Barack Obama officials stormed to Twitter to expose how immigrant children in detention facilities sleep in cages and on the floors under President Donald Trump.

One problem. These photos come from stories published in 2014 and 2016…when Obama was president.

June 18, 2014

AZCentral.com published the article “First peek: Immigrant children flood detention center” on June 18, 2014. It says it was updated on December 9, 2016.

Both dates are when Obama was president (emphasis mine):

On Wednesday morning, bowing to pressure from politicians, the CBP allowed journalists to tour this warehouse of humanity.

The tour dispelled rumors of ill treatment. The CBP agents in the building seem to be genuinely compassionate in their interactions with the children. The facility is clean and air-conditioned.

But in essence, it is a juvenile prison camp.

The children, mostly of high-school and junior-high-school age, are housed behind 18-foot-high chain-link fences topped with razor wire.

They are segregated by age and gender: There is one area for those 12 and under. There are areas for boys and girls ages 13 to 15, and still more for boys and girls ages 16 and 17.

Yet, people like Obama’s former speechwriter Jon Favreau, Women’s March leader Linda Sarsour, fake black activist Shaun King, and reporters from CNN tweeted it out like it’s happening now.

April 29, 2016

The activists also posted an article from April 29, 2016, that showed the ICE facility Karnes County Residential Center showing off its specialized transport buses, which include baby car seats.

Thing is, they have these buses to meet safety requirements. They use these buses to take kids and parents on field trips, medical appointments, court, etc. The buses don’t even have bars on the windows or screens:

Due to the unique transportation criteria, KCRC officials worked very closely with GTI Vice President Ed Stubbs and Corporate Fleet Manager Paul Gossard, to outfit and configure the bus cabins to meet ICE requirements and to be compliant with the terms of this unique contract. Both buses are outfitted with standard commercial grade cushioned seating. Each seat has a convertible child safety seat and is equipped with a DVD system with four drop down screens to provide entertainment to the children with onboard movies during transport missions.

At every loading, children are assisted into the safety seat systems either by a nurse, a teacher, or case manager, and secured into the harness system. Once this is done, the GTI drivers check each child to ensure correct application and fit to the harness system. The GTI drivers have all received specialized training and are certified child restraint seat installers. All other passengers not required to be in a safety seat, are also checked for seat belt systems being latched and secure.

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