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Mainstream media and congressional Democrats alike were in lockstep just months ago that the situation along the southern border was a “manufactured crisis” being ginned up by the president for political reasons — but the narrative has swiftly shifted as those same voices now acknowledge the crisis while citing the conditions to attack the Trump administration.

President Trump highlighted the change in tone in brief remarks to reporters Wednesday afternoon.

“It wasn’t manufactured at all,” he said.

The article goes on to state the following:

After Trump in January declared a “humanitarian and security crisis” during a primetime Oval Office address, Sen. Chuck Schumer, speaking beside House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said Trump was working to “manufacture a crisis, stoke fear and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration.” Party leader Tom Perez also called it “manufactured.”

President Trump tweeted on Wednesday, “The Democrats should change the Loopholes and Asylum Laws so lives will be saved at our Southern Border. They said it was not a crisis at the Border, that it was all just “manufactured.” Now they admit that I was right – But they must do something about it. Fix the Laws NOW!”

Sen. Elizabeth Warren said in March, “A fake crisis at the border is fear-mongering of the worst kind—and we’re not falling for it. I voted to terminate the president’s ridiculous “national emergency.””

CNN correspondent Jim Acosta took himself to the border at McCallen, Texas in January and declared there was no emergency at all.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi just slammed President Trump in January for his “manufactured crisis.”

Wednesday, Schumer denounced a photo of a migrant father and his toddler found drowned, as the border crisis continues to escalate:

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  1. Schmuck and Nancy need the pitchforks to finish off this reincarnation of the old famous photo! (if you’re old enough you will know what I’m talking about.

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