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Video: MSNBC Tries to Bash Trump's Wall. Accidentally Makes a Case for it Instead...
Bleeding-heart progressives tend to ignore all the rapey, murdery negatives of illegal immigration. Because
votes compassion. That's why they push illegal immigration despite most Americans being as against is as the media is against honest reporting.
So here we have MSNBC, which sent a team to San Diego to
take swipes at report on Trump's wall, currently in its prototype stage. Probably hoping to prove the wall is a giant waste of time and money. And "literally" a symbol of hate.
Greetings from Mexico. Got an up-close look at Trump's almost-done border wall prototypes from both sides of border. https://t.co/AJULBGx5RP— Jacob Soboroff (@Jacob Soboroff) 1508771355.0
Pajama-Boy-lookalike making passive-aggressive remarks about how pointless the wall is. Only for la migra to catch tres illegals on camera two seconds later. And you thought God didn't have a sense of humor. SHAME!
Notice also how the reporter disclaims the bejeezus out of the footage, declaring the illegals to be peaceful asylum-seekers. That may be the case here. But, not all illegals are little girls with pink backpacks. Many others who cross over illegally are of the machete-wielding and rape-happy variety. Who would happily prey on girls with backpacks. The better to strangle her with.
MSNBC inadvertently proved the fence as it is doesn't work. Like the video shows, jumping over to Los Estados Unidos requires little more than a step ladder. Or an hombre's heave ho. Luckily, Border Patrol and ICE are on the case until the concrete gets poured.
The wall isn't going to stop every illegal from making their way over here. But, it's certainly a step up from what we've got right now. Build the wall, build it high. Preferably the one with the spikes.