> Also mass deportation. Which, incidentally, will require the construction of concentration camps or something functionally identical to them.
Obama deported plenty without them. This is the problem with people on both sides. They only see what they want to see. Their preferred source of propaganda will feed into this.
Nearly all sources of "journalism" are now shameless party rags that have a predefined narrative. Anything outside the narrative gets dropped. They also may tell blatant falsehoods. Their version of the facts may bear no resemblance to reality. Unless you have a first hand source of your own, it's difficult to catch onto this but very glaring once it happens.
So called "news" has become entertainment and media has cranked up the nonsense in order to keep eyeballs.
Both sides are equally rubbish. You need to see the same story from different bias points just to get something remotely reasonable.
After the last election, this should be obvious to anyone with any sort of capacity for independent thought.