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https://www.foxnews.com/media/former-employee-reveals-shocking-conditions-nyc-migrant-hotel-free-for-all

Former employee reveals shocking conditions in NYC migrant hotel: 'Free for all'

A former employee is blowing the whistle on conditions and activity inside a trendy Manhattan tourist hotel now housing migrants. 

Carlos Arellano, the former employee, said the Row NYC Hotel is a "free for all" as drugs, sex and violence engulf the hotel, which is now one of the city's largest housing areas for migrants. 

On "Fox & Friends Weekend" Saturday, Arellano detailed a heartbreaking discovery where he claimed to have found a ten-year-old girl drunk in her hotel room with her parents nowhere to be found. He added that it, sadly, was not a one-off incident.

"Every day, we find about ten kids alone in their hotel rooms, either drinking or doing drugs. Weapons will be in the room. But we're not allowed to go in there. We're not allowed to take anything from them. It's basically a free-for-all," Arellano said.

The Row is located in the city's theater district and was a popular tourist hotel. In light of the migrant crisis, the hotel is no longer open to guests and has become a dedicated migrant hotel for individuals who have completed the trek from the southern border to New York City.  

While he is no longer working at the Row, Arellano shared that he and other workers had experienced trashed rooms, violence in the street and multiple staff incident reports during his time there.

Gee! We were always told that these animals were fleeing oppression and only wanted a chance to get back on their feet in the United States. We were always told they were law abiding people. Drugs? Weapons? (In GUN CONTROL NEW YORK CITY?????) A drunk  ten year old girl?

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I didn't see the FOX segment but I imagine they showed a bit of the same footage from Savanah Hernandez.

The rooms are absolutely filthy and one does not get the impression that those illegal migrants are anywhere near as grateful as they should be for everything that has been given to them.

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3 minutes ago, Americana Antifa said:

Other networks get things wrong, but they haven't been caught admitting that they don't believe their own stories.

THEY ALL HAVE GOT CAUGHT LYING.

Dan Rather of CBS News LIED and used FORGED DOCUMENTS to try to influence a presidential race.

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7 minutes ago, reason10 said:

THEY ALL HAVE GOT CAUGHT LYING.

Dan Rather of CBS News LIED and used FORGED DOCUMENTS to try to influence a presidential race.

So I looked into this and CBS actually fired the people in charge of authenticating the documents.

See, that's what happens in a real news network. If people fail to maintain the standards, they get fired. But with Fox, nobody gets fired for failing to authenticate stories because all of the stories are lies.

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20 hours ago, Americana Antifa said:

Other networks get things wrong, but they haven't been caught admitting that they don't believe their own stories.

That's because they're pathological liars. I'm sure that sometimes they're not even aware that they're lying. 

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On 5/30/2023 at 2:12 PM, Deluge said:

That's because they're pathological liars. I'm sure that sometimes they're not even aware that they're lying. 

There's no evidence of that. But there's plenty of evidence that the Fox pundits know they're lying.

If you were a true principled conservative (as if those even exist) then you would condemn Fox for being a network full of grifters.

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19 hours ago, Americana Antifa said:

There's no evidence of that. But there's plenty of evidence that the Fox pundits know they're lying.

If you were a true principled conservative (as if those even exist) then you would condemn Fox for being a network full of grifters.

NBC rigged trucks to explode just for the story. 

CBS's Dan Rather tried to use FORGED DOCUMENTS to influence the Bush/Gore race.

I could go on and on, but your brain can only handle so much humiliation at once.

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3 hours ago, Americana Antifa said:

Source?

STUPID?

Were you born this morning?

https://www.dailysignal.com/2015/10/30/the-truth-about-dan-rathers-deceptive-reporting-on-george-w-bush/

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/why_its_important_to_remember_rathergate.html

On September 8, 2004, CBS’s “60 Minutes” used forged government documents as the basis for a story that attacked the military record of then-President George W. Bush.  It was bad enough that CBS used forged government documents, but what made it worse was that CBS aired this story during the presidential election and timed the airing to coincide with the rollout of Democrat John Kerry’s “favorite son” campaign theme. CBS thus provided the “news” upon which the Democrat candidate based his attack ads.  The CBS story was quickly disproven and eventually forced CBS into personnel changes and investigations.  Dan Rather was forced into retirement a few months later. But CBS did not give up before a lengthy battle in which bloggers demonstrated that the font and other features in the forged documents did not exist in 1972 (the date placed on the forgeries).

The battle over the truth became a story in itself. The truth about the font spread like wildfire through the blogosphere and the internet, quickly picking up steam. CBS, Rather and the left clung to their story as long as they could.  They even invented the “fake but accurate” standard to defend the forged documents.  CBS and its surrogates belittled the bloggers but ended up making them famous.  Conservative bloggers would embrace the “pajamas” epithet thrown at them during the battle – some of whom still use it today.  With persistence, they established that CBS was wrong.  The documents were forgeries, and CBS personnel committed misconduct in airing the story. Investigations and lawsuits and an independent panel followed. 

The result was a victory for the truth and a blow to the establishment media. CBS was proven to have lied to influence a presidential election. Its lie was discovered and exposed very publicly over two weeks.  The repercussions continued. Dan Rather “retired” the following winter (he is still trying to repair his reputation).  CBS would be relegated to a distant third place in the news ratings for years, despite endless hype for high profile new anchors. (An excellent summary of the scandal appears in Hugh Hewitt’s 2005 book entitled Blog, at pp. 37-42.)

Why is a 2004 scandal at CBS still relevant 16 years later? Even without Dan Rather, the network has not truly changed. The other networks are just as bad – if not worse.  Rathergate serves as one example of what the establishment media do. They lie.  They lie regularly, and they lie during election years to help elect Democrats. They have created the permanent campaign and the permanent commercial in which they continually look forward to the next opportunity to elect Democrats. We cannot know every lie that they broadcast or print. But the experience of exploring Rathergate can help immunize us against future such lies. Celebrating the anniversary has a cleansing effect that leaves us stronger.  We develop herd immunity to future lies because we commemorate this one prominent lie. 

The left does not allow its “victories” to collect dust. They perpetually celebrate Watergate (they’ve produced two new films just since 2017), further distending the bloated library of Watergate movies and books.  Leftists glorify Watergate witnesses and reporters. Even the co-conspirators are brought out of mothballs to condemn more recent GOP presidents. Viewers will never be allowed to forget it. Students of history learn about little else. These commemorations come in handy for the left when they make contrived and false accusations against new GOP administrations.  Leftist followers have a convenient roadmap to impeachment as they ponder each fresh attack against Donald Trump. The Watergate comparison overshadows every new item of fake news.  With each new battle, the GOP begins with one strike against it because the left perpetually commemorates Watergate.

By contrast, the conservatives begin each new election cycle attempting to prove leftist bias in the media by highlighting voter registration among reporters, percentages of negative stories about GOP politicians, or censorship of conservative stories on social media.  Those strategies are adequate as far as they go, but they are insufficient.  We start each election cycle from scratch, never building on the facts we have established in prior years. 

We can do more.  We can celebrate our past victories in ways that reveal the true context of our political wars.  We can commemorate and explore Rathergate the same way that the MSM commemorates Watergate. Every year, we can write articles and columns noting the anniversary.  Conservative authors somehow manage to get their books published. Some of those books can focus on Rathergate.  The story is compelling, for it features conflict, intrigue, dishonesty, and a successful resolution. 

Conservatives should also produce films and documentaries. Those films can chronicle the events of September 2004. The blog posts that brought down America’s longest-serving anchor would be better preserved in book form or even on film. set to dramatic documentary music. The bloggers that exposed the lie can be interviewed. They have a story to tell. 

It will take more than one book, one movie, or one anniversary article. We need repetition. Many aspects of the scandal remain unexplored.  Our initial despair upon CBS’s airing of the forged documents was followed by anger as we learned the truth. That anger gave way to exhilaration as we realized that we could, indeed, defeat the MSM.   The MSM’s attacks on bloggers immediately following September 8, 2004, would, themselves, fill a volume. 

The explosion in the blogosphere in the months after the scandal is its own compelling story.  The scandal inspired thousands of bloggers to document their ideas and spread facts that the MSM ignores. Some of these bloggers made careers for themselves in journalism. For the first time, they discovered that they were not alone in their beliefs and could amplify their efforts through concerted action.   Because it continued to commit journalist atrocities, the MSM has already and will, in the future, provide more opportunities for such unified action. Hugh Hewitt has compared this explosion in blog activity to the early days of printing in the aftermath of Gutenberg’s printing press.  

By exploring each of these angles through film, publications, social media, and even fiction, we could create a new backdrop for our political discussions. Instead of seeing every Republican president in the context of Watergate, we should filter every MSM story through Rathergate and its progeny. Skepticism about the MSM is not new.  But it would be more concrete if the words of the Rathergate heroes rang in our ears as we witness each new bizarre accusation against President Trump. We need context to understand the mass of noise that the MSM daily throws at us. We cannot forever be mired in petty battles over the latest nonsense. We must see the forest instead. Rathergate was a major step toward discovering that forest. Let us make that discovery a constant part of our political discussion.  

Image: Dan Rather (edited in Pixlr), by Moody College of Communications. CC BY-SA 2.0.

 
 

 

 

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4 hours ago, reason10 said:

STUPID?

Were you born this morning?

https://www.dailysignal.com/2015/10/30/the-truth-about-dan-rathers-deceptive-reporting-on-george-w-bush/

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2020/10/why_its_important_to_remember_rathergate.html

On September 8, 2004, CBS’s “60 Minutes” used forged government documents as the basis for a story that attacked the military record of then-President George W. Bush.  It was bad enough that CBS used forged government documents, but what made it worse was that CBS aired this story during the presidential election and timed the airing to coincide with the rollout of Democrat John Kerry’s “favorite son” campaign theme. CBS thus provided the “news” upon which the Democrat candidate based his attack ads.  The CBS story was quickly disproven and eventually forced CBS into personnel changes and investigations.  Dan Rather was forced into retirement a few months later. But CBS did not give up before a lengthy battle in which bloggers demonstrated that the font and other features in the forged documents did not exist in 1972 (the date placed on the forgeries).

The battle over the truth became a story in itself. The truth about the font spread like wildfire through the blogosphere and the internet, quickly picking up steam. CBS, Rather and the left clung to their story as long as they could.  They even invented the “fake but accurate” standard to defend the forged documents.  CBS and its surrogates belittled the bloggers but ended up making them famous.  Conservative bloggers would embrace the “pajamas” epithet thrown at them during the battle – some of whom still use it today.  With persistence, they established that CBS was wrong.  The documents were forgeries, and CBS personnel committed misconduct in airing the story. Investigations and lawsuits and an independent panel followed. 

The result was a victory for the truth and a blow to the establishment media. CBS was proven to have lied to influence a presidential election. Its lie was discovered and exposed very publicly over two weeks.  The repercussions continued. Dan Rather “retired” the following winter (he is still trying to repair his reputation).  CBS would be relegated to a distant third place in the news ratings for years, despite endless hype for high profile new anchors. (An excellent summary of the scandal appears in Hugh Hewitt’s 2005 book entitled Blog, at pp. 37-42.)

Why is a 2004 scandal at CBS still relevant 16 years later? Even without Dan Rather, the network has not truly changed. The other networks are just as bad – if not worse.  Rathergate serves as one example of what the establishment media do. They lie.  They lie regularly, and they lie during election years to help elect Democrats. They have created the permanent campaign and the permanent commercial in which they continually look forward to the next opportunity to elect Democrats. We cannot know every lie that they broadcast or print. But the experience of exploring Rathergate can help immunize us against future such lies. Celebrating the anniversary has a cleansing effect that leaves us stronger.  We develop herd immunity to future lies because we commemorate this one prominent lie. 

The left does not allow its “victories” to collect dust. They perpetually celebrate Watergate (they’ve produced two new films just since 2017), further distending the bloated library of Watergate movies and books.  Leftists glorify Watergate witnesses and reporters. Even the co-conspirators are brought out of mothballs to condemn more recent GOP presidents. Viewers will never be allowed to forget it. Students of history learn about little else. These commemorations come in handy for the left when they make contrived and false accusations against new GOP administrations.  Leftist followers have a convenient roadmap to impeachment as they ponder each fresh attack against Donald Trump. The Watergate comparison overshadows every new item of fake news.  With each new battle, the GOP begins with one strike against it because the left perpetually commemorates Watergate.

By contrast, the conservatives begin each new election cycle attempting to prove leftist bias in the media by highlighting voter registration among reporters, percentages of negative stories about GOP politicians, or censorship of conservative stories on social media.  Those strategies are adequate as far as they go, but they are insufficient.  We start each election cycle from scratch, never building on the facts we have established in prior years. 

We can do more.  We can celebrate our past victories in ways that reveal the true context of our political wars.  We can commemorate and explore Rathergate the same way that the MSM commemorates Watergate. Every year, we can write articles and columns noting the anniversary.  Conservative authors somehow manage to get their books published. Some of those books can focus on Rathergate.  The story is compelling, for it features conflict, intrigue, dishonesty, and a successful resolution. 

Conservatives should also produce films and documentaries. Those films can chronicle the events of September 2004. The blog posts that brought down America’s longest-serving anchor would be better preserved in book form or even on film. set to dramatic documentary music. The bloggers that exposed the lie can be interviewed. They have a story to tell. 

It will take more than one book, one movie, or one anniversary article. We need repetition. Many aspects of the scandal remain unexplored.  Our initial despair upon CBS’s airing of the forged documents was followed by anger as we learned the truth. That anger gave way to exhilaration as we realized that we could, indeed, defeat the MSM.   The MSM’s attacks on bloggers immediately following September 8, 2004, would, themselves, fill a volume. 

The explosion in the blogosphere in the months after the scandal is its own compelling story.  The scandal inspired thousands of bloggers to document their ideas and spread facts that the MSM ignores. Some of these bloggers made careers for themselves in journalism. For the first time, they discovered that they were not alone in their beliefs and could amplify their efforts through concerted action.   Because it continued to commit journalist atrocities, the MSM has already and will, in the future, provide more opportunities for such unified action. Hugh Hewitt has compared this explosion in blog activity to the early days of printing in the aftermath of Gutenberg’s printing press.  

By exploring each of these angles through film, publications, social media, and even fiction, we could create a new backdrop for our political discussions. Instead of seeing every Republican president in the context of Watergate, we should filter every MSM story through Rathergate and its progeny. Skepticism about the MSM is not new.  But it would be more concrete if the words of the Rathergate heroes rang in our ears as we witness each new bizarre accusation against President Trump. We need context to understand the mass of noise that the MSM daily throws at us. We cannot forever be mired in petty battles over the latest nonsense. We must see the forest instead. Rathergate was a major step toward discovering that forest. Let us make that discovery a constant part of our political discussion.  

Image: Dan Rather (edited in Pixlr), by Moody College of Communications. CC BY-SA 2.0.

 
 

 

 

Oh yeah, I already addressed this. The people who didn't fact-check the evidence were fired.

This is what happens in a real news network. There are actually consequences for dishonesty, even if it's an accident. Fox never holds their fact-checkers accountable because they don't exist.

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22 hours ago, Americana Antifa said:

Oh yeah, I already addressed this. The people who didn't fact-check the evidence were fired.

This is what happens in a real news network. There are actually consequences for dishonesty, even if it's an accident. Fox never holds their fact-checkers accountable because they don't exist.

Fox is the ONLY real news network. The rest are propaganda machines for the goose stepping left.

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LOL...stupid New Yorkers have the same problem we had. A deluge of "refugees" who are given a safe, clean place to reside, and abuse it till its an unrecoverable dump.

@herbie here, thinks the hotel owner is to blame. Childish activists do that...blaming anyone and everyone but themselves. 

New Yorkers...you people have been had. Your elected leaders have convinced you that giving a home to your "refugees" is the "moral" thing to do. This insanity will cost each and every one of you. You will experience the fruits of your misguided "feelings"

The feeling of empty wallets.

Feel good?

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