Portions of Trump Border Wall Removed to Make Trafficking and Illegal Immigration Easier
If there was ever proof that Trump’s border wall worked, it was found near Tucson, Arizona. The Gateway Pundit reported on Sunday that large sections of the border wall have been removed, making drug trafficking and illegal immigration easier for those seeking to enter the nation.
If walls don’t work, why have large portions been removed? We all know why. Even though a wall is not perfect, it certainly makes travel more difficult. Remove the wall, remove the problem. With Biden’s new open border policies, might as well make it easier for people (and drugs and weapons and who knows what else) to travel as well.
“Drug traffickers only have to cross about 65 miles of desert to reach the city and the endless network of isolated trails along the way provide the perfect path to complete the journey undetected,” according to the report.
“Smugglers are now free to go back and forth as they please, all they need to do is look both ways and make sure there is no agent in sight – and thanks to the fiasco border agents are dealing with, there usually isn’t one,” the Gateway Pundit added.
First, Biden ended construction of the border wall by executive order on his first day in office. The move ended thousands of jobs and harmed the national security of our country.
Second, the president ended nearly all deportations for 100 days through executive order.
Third, he reinstated the Obama era catch and release policy to allow those illegal immigrants who are caught to remain in the U.S. while waiting for their immigration hearing, which is usually two years down the line.
The result? We’re at more than 1.2 million illegal immigrants and growing this year. We’re currently on track for more than 2 million by the end of 2021. That’s more people than the entire of state of Delaware where Biden previously lived.
The Biden administration claims their moves are more humane and compassionate. However, a look at the border area shows increased drug trafficking and human trafficking. Thousands of unaccompanied children live in large government housing centers. Entire towns have been overrun just by COVID-19 positive illegal immigrants in Texas.
This is not compassionate. This is insane. No one who wants a secure and safe nation leaves their door wide open for anyone to cross. That’s why Texas eventually took matters into its own hands. They’re now arresting people at the border, but the numbers are far too many to keep up. Thousands have already been arrested, but then what? Only so many can be jailed.
If they are sent back, they can just try again and hope to not be spotted by Texas authorities the next time. It’s a losing battle, but at least Texas is trying.
Now the state is even working on its own fencing system. It might not stop everyone, but it will help. It’s at least better than cutting down the wall and inviting people to walk right in like the latest scene in Arizona.