Mexico, United States, Buckley discussed on Larry Elder

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The agents can't get people crossing the border because they can't get there. In addition to fencing with me humor also argued that the president doesn't need five billion dollars for wall because he has yet to spend a one point seven billion for border security. They already gave him. All right. Let's go back to what he said walls. He says don't work. Here's Hector Garza. Of the border patrol council. Some of the Democrats were quick to Georgia border patrol agents and what are agents out there. It's no secret or agents rescue a lot of people on a regular basis. There'd be recognized by a lot of our members in congress. Now, they were saying that some of these kids need medical check-up that they needed all these services wolf onboard security, give us the money. So we can do our job pay of gives our paychecks give the proper money so that we can have the resources so we can train border patrol paramedics as it is. We have a lot of ages that are certified as paramedics so that we can provide that medical attention to those people are coming to our custody. But again, they're quick to criticize but giving the funding for the boys curry from the border wall. One of the points that Chuck Schumer made in his interview with CBS to local reporter, New York is that nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine nobody here is part of an interview that William Berkeley did Jan September fourteenth nineteen seventy seven what's that forty one years ago? And he's interviewing the then mayor of Baja California Roberto de LA Madrid here is what Buckley said to him. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand. In the last fourteen years would would your government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common frontier. No, no, no, no, no. Nobody was talking about a wall back in two thousand six two thousand nine says Schumer. This is nineteen seventy seven giving you some idea of how severe this problem has been. Here's what Buckley said to the then Baja then governor of Baja California, but the reality is right now on that your country on a massive scale, your citizens are violating American laws on a massive scale. And we don't quite know what to do about it. And you are certainly not coming up with any ideas. The effect will be to cut down on that. So we may be headed toward they certain ugliness. We worked. We know we know that illegal immigration from Mexico has risen one thousand sat in the last fourteen years. Let's get his response to the proposition of how would Mexico feel if we built a wall? You just now told us governor that it's up to every country to police it's own laws. It's not up to Mexico for the United States to to police their losses up the United States. You just now said that. So what's the problem with us building? A wall said Buckley. Would would you government be sympathetic or not sympathetic to attempts to physically obstruct that movement by building some sort of a wall along our common from certainly not why not? If you accept the responsibility of providing a home for your own citizens as I just said a while ago any and all Mexicans have the right to return to Mexico at any time. This keeping their right to Mexico understanding their right to come to the United States without an American LIZA. That's the problem the United States, you're the one who should say. In other words. The other way around for people from the United States. We're coming into Mexico. It would be up to us to see that these. US did not come into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not talking about Mexicans financing this wall. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? Be. If such a war were constructed we with would that under the conscience of the people the United States. I'm not asking you to pay for the wall. I'm asking you. What would your opinion be? If we constructed and he said he was still against it. And then he said, well, it's up to the conscience of the people of the United States into Mexico without the necessary documents. I'm not Mexican financing this war. I'm simply asking what would Mexican opinion? If such a war were constructed. We would that under the conscience of the people of the United States. Well, do they want the wall between Mexico, and they want this? They want to do something about illegal immigration because it is it is a problem that by everybody's reckoning is getting out of hand. We're talking about a ten twelve million people whereas only four hundred thousand people are legally admitted every. Nancy Pelosi has referred to a wall as an M morality. This was a conversation that Buckley had forty one years ago with the then governor of Baja California Mexico. Why would you have an objection to a wall? We would be you just now said didn't you? That it's up to the countries themselves to police their own countries to police their own borders. So what skin off you if we put up a wall, and we pay for it. You heard his answer. Well, I got to the conscious of the American people. How could he possibly object? What would your objection be? You have the military on the border Guatemala to make sure the quantum Marlins don't come into your country illegally. Why would you give a rip if Americans want to spend the money, however, foolishly in your opinion to build a wall? If it's on American property. Why? I didn't hear a good answer. Come back. I'm gonna give you some more of this interview. Also, the mayor of Shiloh Israel talks about what happened the first year that they built a wall, and.

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