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FACT CHECK: Video Claims To Show Texas Farmers Protesting About The Border Crisis

video shared on facebook It claims to show Texas farmers protesting the border crisis.

Verdict: False

This video is from Germany, not Texas. It has nothing to do with the southern border crisis.

Fact check:

The news agency said Eagle Pass residents are increasingly frustrated by the conflict at the Texas-federal border. ABC News.

Social media users are sharing videos of tractors claiming to show Texas farmers. One user wrote, “American farmers on the border. American farmers, not European farmers, supporting Texas and efforts to stop the southern border invasion.”

However, this video is not from Texas. Check Your Fact did a reverse image search and discovered that the video was shot in Germany, not Texas. Check Your Fact found French videographer Silvano Trotta's video through a reverse image search.he posted a video X January 19th.

“The German farmers' demonstration remains magical and exceptional. An amazing event in Forchtenberg, a town of 5,000 people,” Trotta tweeted. (RELATED: Convoy video is from 2022, not from current Texas protests)

Logally Facts, Fact Checking Outlet, found Enhanced version of the video uploaded to YouTube A German license plate is visible in the video, further proving that the video was shot in Germany.

“On January 14, 2024, around 500 farmers staged a protest against the federal government's current austerity measures in the vineyards of Forchtenberg in the Hohenlohe region,” the video description reads.

According to reports, German farmers have staged a protest against the government's financial policies. targetschauGerman outlet.

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