CNN is showing their true colors again. This time via an article they published called “5 must have apps for undocumented aliens.” The apps were suggested because they help illegals either avoid detection of ICE or to solicite help from organized groups.

From CNN Money:

1. Notifica

With a press of a button, undocumented immigrants who are the subject of a raid by Immigration and Customs Enforcement will be able to use the Notifica app to send customized messages to 15 personal contacts. The app hasn’t launched yet, but it has more than 7,000 people on the wait list to download it.

“Notifica is an app that gives people control of their own destiny,” founder Adrian Reyna says. “I want to do everything in my power to make sure that individuals aren’t afraid and they are able to live a life with dignity and respect that they deserve.”

An undocumented immigrant himself, Reyna wanted to reduce fear by helping undocumented immigrants contact friends and family when they are in trouble.
He says the app will make sure undocumented immigrants don’t compromise their safety or their contacts’ safety. The messages are encrypted, and all records disappear after the message is sent.

2. Arrived

A hub for immigration resources, Arrived displays the latest immigration news and educates users on the deportation process. It also offers English lessons, answers popular queries like “how to write a resume” and offers a map with every non-governmental organization, law clinic and sanctuary city in the United States….

3. Tarjimly

Tarjimly is a Facebook messenger bot that connects a community of 2,000 volunteer translators with immigrants and refugees in real time. The bot plans to launch globally this summer….

“Tarjimly is extremely important given a political climate where Trump can ban immigrants and refugees,” co-founder Atif Javed says. “Technology must help us stick together in Trump’s America and eliminate the fear we have of suffering people.”

4. Cell 411

Although Cell 411 isn’t specifically for undocumented immigrants, the app recently rolled out features for that population. It allows users to contact close friends and family when being confronted by ICE officers.

“I’m an immigrant myself,” says founder and CEO Virgil Vaduva. “I remember when my visa expired and how terrifying it was.”…

5. RedadAlertas

This soon-to-be-released app will deliver verified and crowdsourced data on ICE raids, checkpoints or other confrontations happening nearby.

Once a raid is verified, RedadAlertas will send alerts to other users in a 10- to 20-mile radius. RedadAlertas will also help community organizers, journalists and activists respond to and protect immigrants.

CNN claims to be a fair and impartial arbiter of the news but yet is publishing articles that give assistance to foreigner, many of whom are criminals. 

One more reason the public refers to them as fake news.