Beto “Beano” O’Rourke claims the problem with a border wall is it would be built on private land, like the evil freeways, airports and schools. Open borders is his solution, no wall…
For Americans who knew Hussein Obama was shoveling from the manure wagon every time he cited “every single expert agreeing” on issues he was supporting through propaganda, like the mythical 97% of climate scientist believing that man-caused global warming killed off the unicorns, the comments of Texas Senate candidate, Democrat Beto “Beano” O’Rourke, should be cringe inducing.
Those same “experts,” he tells us, are now dismissing the effectiveness of a border wall. We can imagine that none of them live in Israel, are Palestinian, or have commented on the whether their walls work. [[WATCH VIDEO BELOW]]
Asked by leftist comrade David Gregory if he supported the position of Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer that some border wall was needed in order to secure the nation, O’Rourke stated that he does not. He goes on to fabricate a reason why, out of the respect for the rights of the property owners. He is effectively contradicting the ideology of the Democrat Party and its Marxist roots which forbid personal property ownership.
Those are the same Texans whose property has essentially been made unusable by the hordes of humanity, including criminals and traffickers, trampling over it at all hours of the day and night.
O’Rourke said, “We do not need walls. Those walls would be built on the private land of our fellow Texans here, on ranches, on farms, on homesteads. We’ll have to use eminent domain to build a wall miles into the interior of the United States at a time that we don’t need it.” The ranchers, farmers and homesteaders would welcome the return of their land the fence would provide them and would consider the use of eminent domain a blessing.
As for not needing the fence, O’Rourke doesn’t offer the supposed factual basis for that claim or his next one, that “every single expert who has looked at this issue says that it will not do what it is intended to do.” Of course he doesn’t offer what doesn’t exist, so no source for that statistic was produced.
He then spews the typical Democrat code words for open borders, saying, “We need to fix our immigration and make sure that those laws reflect our values, our interest, and look like Texas.” So suddenly the lawbreaking illegals are going to obey other laws, Einstein O’Rourke? Or is it just that if they’re Democrat laws your filthy anti-American legislators will allow them to be enforced?
And since immigration is a federal enforcement responsibility, why are the immigration laws of our nation supposed to look like Texas? Shouldn’t the people of Wyoming or Maine be entitled to the same consideration? How does he justify imposing the appearance of his state as being the model for America?
He doesn’t address the issue of keeping people out because he’s a globalist, Soros shill who wants open borders and wants to flood this country with anyone who cares to come in in order to destroy us. He admits it saying, “We don’t need walls, we don’t need to militarize the border.”
He then adds in the empty feel good plan of moving “forward with our basic fundamental strengths and success, which is premised in large part upon those who want to come to this country, contribute to our success, make us a stronger, safer and yes, more secure country.”
So he’s saying the best security is no security and the best way to control the border is to simply eliminate it. Just let everyone in and they’ll contribute in a way they never did in their home countries. It’s a matter of positioning, of one’s latitude, apparently, which will be the only difference between America and Mexico if clowns like this are allowed to win.
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