When you look at the RV park from Jim Acosta’s ‘no wall,’ ‘no fence’ photo on Google maps, you see Border Patrol vehicles on patrol 

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Twitter user @|c40380d8f81368e07214e78a3ea529cf|_Fog has a GREAT thread up explaining why there’s no fence or wall at the RV park CNN’s Jim Acosta visited in Texas on Thursday:

OMG, Acosta has done it again. https://t.co/O6q9GVNEu3

— Brit Hume (@brithume) January 12, 2019

THREAD ==>

I try not to get autobiographical, but I lived 5 minutes from that RV park (Chimney Park).

I'm an expert on the area. Let me tell you why there's no fence. https://t.co/Q8jFrypINW

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

For starters, there's nothing on the Mexican side. Less urban density means less cover. Nowhere for smugglers to hide.

Also – the Rio Grande is wider and deeper in this section than in other parts. It's a logistical challenge. pic.twitter.com/eQVXiEXPSV

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

There's LOTS of security in this area. CBP office is 10 mins away. pic.twitter.com/foXO1OrVhv

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

This section of the Rio Grande is constantly monitored by boats.

I circled a gas station 6 minutes away (terrible food). That's where they fill up the boats. The next door apartments are full of CBP/ICE/Texas DPS Agents. pic.twitter.com/nHTQfxZK73

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

The location is 10 minutes from the Anzalduas Int'l Bridge.

An area of heightened security with a good amount of aircraft/helicopter activity. pic.twitter.com/Tr30Cykjpy

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

Also, there's a levee just inside the TX side and an elevated road (pictured) that goes down to Granjeno TX (3 miles away). Levee ends at RV park; road continues.

The levee road provides great visibility. CBP trucks there constantly. pic.twitter.com/29h75GxKT4

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

As a final layer of security, @GregAbbott_TX sent LOTS of DPS Troopers to the border. You see many on the south side of Mission TX (near RV park).

They've helped tremendously.

TLDR: Acosta doesn't understand why there's no fence at the RV park.

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

It gets worse for @acosta

He was about 25 yards from a boat ramp sometimes used by Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

He was 50 yards away from a vantage point routinely used by CBP. pic.twitter.com/EiDRq949kf

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

Now, here’s the kicker…

When you look at this RV park on Google maps, you can actually see CBP vehicles on patrol:

You can actually see Border Patrol SUVs stationed right next to the RV Park in Google Maps.

It's a natural observation point at the bend of the Rio Grande. (see pic 2) pic.twitter.com/rpkTZzkhJe

— Techno Fog (@Techno_Fog) January 11, 2019

Here’s the expanded photo:

Busted. Again.

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Related:

LMAO! Trump just personally thanked Jim Acosta for a ‘good job’ of reporting yesterday (and people CAN’T stop laughing) https://t.co/4KHE9hX834

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 11, 2019

ICYMI ==> ‘OUCH!’ Former CNN reporter SHREDS Jim Acosta’s journo credentials after backfired border hackery https://t.co/bWQcUYyq8H

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 11, 2019

‘Tweet of the year’: President Trump, Donald Trump Jr. double-team on Jim Acosta after wall self-own https://t.co/zkjnVET836

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 11, 2019

 

 

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