Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Three Reasons We NEED Trump’s Wall


 What no one likes to mention is that the controversial wall securing Israel ended incursions for the terrorists.  And that was actually good enough to really lower the threat.

What this item discloses is that terrorists are actually using this route in.  Action needed to be taken long ago.  The other reality is that illegal immigration is appealing to many others beside Mexican and getting a flight into Mexico is no trick and cheap enough.  That problem is not going to go away until global poverty is solved.

So yes this wall actually must be built.  Border security will be a problem for decades more.

Three reasons we NEED Trump’s wall

While immigration was essentially ignored during the first presidential debate Monday, it is still a major issue plaguing our nation and a huge part of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s platform.

Trump has famously called for a wall along the US border with Mexico to help stem the tide of illegal immigration, and it has caused critics to fume with anger. But we have three reasons that PROVE it needs to be built.
  1. FBI data shows terrorists are sneaking in through Mexico
Leaked FBI data obtained by Breitbart Texas revealed Monday that there were 7,712 terrorist encounters in the US – in just the past year! Between July 2015 and July 2016, the majority of terrorist encounters (interactions with known or suspected terror watch list suspects by law enforcement) unsurprisingly occurred in border states, with Texas, California, and Arizona ranking among the highest.

The leaked information from the Terrorist Screening Center, the group behind terrorist watch lists, reveals that majority of the encounters in Arizona were with Islamic terrorists.

This information makes it clear that terrorists are making their way into our country through Mexico, and the current administration isn’t doing anything about it! A Trump presidency would mean stricter enforcement of immigration laws and a secure wall at the border that’s currently welcoming in terrorists.

  1. Board patrol agents back Trump’s plan
The government organization that knows more about immigration policies than any other entity asked for the wall when they endorsed Donald Trump for president. The National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council (ICE) announced their support for Trump on Monday, marking the first time the group has endorsed a presidential candidate – ever.

The statement released by the president of the council, Chris Crane, revealed the 5,000 officers within the organization, “come into contact with many of the most dangerous people in the world – cartel members, gang members, weapons traffickers, murder suspects, drug dealers, suspects of violent assault – yet ICE officer are unable to arrest or are forced to release many of the most dangerous back into U.S. communities due to unscrupulous political agendas and corrupt leaders.”

There is no more reliable source on what is needed on our border than the men and woman who dedicate their life’s work to guarding it. With Clinton receiving a meager 5% of the members votes, it’s clear that Trump’s policies are necessary to keep our nation safe from the criminals attempting to illegally enter it.
  1. It’ll cost taxpayers nothing. Mexico WILL pay for the wall
Critics have long argued that the wall would cost taxpayers a fortune, and Trump’s plan to force Mexico to pay for it is absurd. But that absurdity has officially been debunked, by none other than Mexico’s former secretary of foreign affairs.

Jorge Casteneda, who allegedly hates The Donald, listed out a series of ways Trump could demand the funds. While he might not receive a single check written “for the wall,” there are multiple indirect ways.

Casteneda told the Weekly Standard that Trump could, “increase the fee for visas, which is a decision made by the State Department, not by Congress, increase the toll on the bridges [between the two countries]… again, not done by Congress.”

He also suggested Trump could tax the remittances being sent from the US to Mexico through, “transaction fees, commissions, special fees etc.”

So while Mexico might not explicitly agree to pay for the wall, it can be funded their dollars, not ours.

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