BBC Reported Major Migrant Unrest At Channel Port As ‘Power Problems’

Calais
The Channel port of Calais saw a pitched battle between illegal migrants and French police yesterday, with hundreds of police deploying tear gas to keep the situation under control, yet the BBC reported the problems as being purely technical. The port was forced to close yesterday as hundreds of migrants armed with stones and debris attacked vehicles entering the port in a desperate attempt to board ships headed for the United Kingdom, as reported by Breitbart London. Objects were placed on roads leading into the port forcing vehicles to slow, giving illegals an opportunity to clamber aboard. Motorists were left stranded as riot-armour clad police deployed tear gas to control the estimated 300 rampaging migrants who were heard to shout “fuck the UK”. Two ‘No Borders’ militants were arrested. Yet despite the chaos, the BBC reported the cause of major delays at the port yesterday as being down to “extra passport checks” and engineers working to fix “a problem with some overhead power supply”. Sources tell me serious disorder in Calais right now . Being reported by BBC as "power cut ". Violence against uk motorists and police — David Vance (@DVATW) June 20, 2016 It was only after other British news sources