Jorge Ramos Swims Across Rio Grande River

Jorge Ramos, the amnesty advocate and fierce questioner, took a swim across the Rio Grande river on Friday to follow the journey of Central American children.

Ramos, who is also a Univision anchor and has been praised by Matt Drudge for asking politicians tougher questions than his fellow liberals in the mainstream press, said his stories will air on the Fusion network "soon."

Spanish-language television has influenced many illegal immigrants who are trekking to America on harrowing journeys. 

According to a leaked "elite, law-enforcement sensitive El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC) intel report from July 7, 2014" that Breitbart Texas obtained this week, migrants interviewed by federal officials cited Univision as one of the outlets that has helped "shape their perception of U.S. immigration policy." Out of 230 migrants interviewed, 219 said they came to the United States because they thought they would receive "permisos" that will allow them to remain indefinitely in the United States.

Swimming the Rio Grande, following the journey of Central American children. Soon on @ThisIsFusion pic.twitter.com/kXgDv5OZTP

— JORGE RAMOS (@jorgeramosnews) July 19, 2014

The tunnel use by immigrants to cross into the U.S. Soon on @ThisIsFusion pic.twitter.com/FxNfPyC6m1

— JORGE RAMOS (@jorgeramosnews) July 19, 2014

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