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Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Liar's Chutzpah: Open Borders Media Operative Asserts that the American-Mexican Border is Just Like Any Built-Up Neighborhood, Making Building a Border Wall "Near Impossible"

By A Texas Reader

Not true.

An acquaintance of mine took a long road trip this time last summer.

Drove from Dallas down to Terlingua, and thence over to Arizona. Camped one night near Fort Huachua, Arizona.

He said that he was the only camper in an area with over 140 campsites. Park rangers told him not to move around at night unless he was armed. He said that the "border" was marked with nothing but a few strands of barbed area. Dotting the area near the border were 1-gallon milk jugs filled with potable water, I guess for migrants (sic) to drink.

"Sorry, Donald Trump: Building a border wall would be near impossible because of this

"While Donald Trump and other like-minded politicians like to paint the picture of the U.S.-Mexican border as a pre-militarized zone waiting for a wall and a soldier to keep it safe, there's at least one problem with sticking the world's...

At the San Antonio Express-News.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Dotting the area near the border were 1-gallon milk jugs filled with potable water, I guess for migrants (sic) to drink."


Put there by the folks who are for the illegal aliens crossing. Liberal bleeding heart types.


Anonymous said...

"Sorry, Donald Trump: Building a border wall would be near impossible because of this"


It could be done. Double fence twelve feet high with razor wire in between and patrolled and watched by cameras. Like that 4,000 kilometer between India and Bangladesh. Seems India also has a problem with Muslim illegal aliens crossing from Bangladesh. So they have taken measures and it works. That 4,000 kilometers is longer than the U.S. border with Mex.

Anonymous said...

"Drove from Dallas down to Terlingua"

Terlingua! Big Bend National Park. From Terlingua to Presidio and the vehicle border crossing is fifty miles and very dangerous terrain. If the illegal gets lost or hurt that is the end of them. Only the vultures or coyote will find them.

Seen them when standing on the American side of the river looking down into Mex [at Grand Crossing, the border is higher on the bank of the American side] preparing their rubber boat to cross over that same night.

Grand Crossing is where the Comanche used to cross into Mex on their yearly raids. Now the raids come north.