Another Fake Photo of ‘Trump Putting Kids In Cages’ Goes Viral


Once again, a leftist on Twitter has begun pushing a photo gone viral labeled “Trump putting kids in cages,” despite that the photo was taken during the Obama years.

This time it was supposed actress Nancy Lee Grahn who has had bit parts in a mélange of daytime soaps who posted an image of kids wrapped in silver blankets in a detention center that she claims was taken recently.

“Trump administration is forcing children 2 sleep on cement floor with an aluminum blanket & lights on all night. Sarah Fabian from DOJ argued in court that it was good enough & soap was unnecessary. Companies making 750 a kid a day to torture them,” she tweeted on June 21.

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However, despite her insistence that the photo depicts something that occurred during the Trump era, the photo was actually taken during the Obama years.

Almost immediately people pointed out that the images were taken in 2015 when Obama was in office.

Calb Hull, for instance, noted that the woman even cropped out the date stamp on the photo that shows it was taken in the year 2015.

Others also noted that Grahn is lying:

https://twitter.com/molratty/status/1143121643763617792

The actress, though, has not deleted the tweet or apologized for lying.

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