Many people talk about the Mexican border. Few go there. Those who do find it’s as bad as critics say (see Liberal Journalist Goes to Mexican Border. Admits Trump is Right and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Bans Sanctuary Cities). Like Joe Biggs and David Rodriguez, who allegedly timed themselves sneaking across in under a minute…
I still don’t understand how border security is a controversial opinion. That it’s wrong to control who comes into our country.
I’m sure you’ve probably heard (or used) this analogy. If not, huddle up ninos y ninas. In your domicile, be it apartment or house, do you leave the front door open and allow anyone who wants entry to enter? Or do you keep your door locked, and check who’s knocking before you let them in? If the latter, do you allow entry to those you know, or do you allow entry to anyone? How you answer determines the degree of your racism.
Yes, it really is that simple. Take your home security and apply it to America, since America is our home. If Americans protect their domiciles with basic home security like locked doors to prevent crime-spree hoodlums from busting in their homes to start a ruckus, why leave the border open? So crime-spree hoodlums can just walk in and start a ruckus? No, I don’t care how good the tacos may be.
Knowing who is coming and going into our country isn’t racist or hateful. It’s basic common sense and security.