Listen: United States, Mexico And Dale Wilcox discussed on Lars Larson
"Caught crossing the border from Mexico into the United States. And I said where would they get Ebola? And she said, they are Congolese, and I said Congolese people from the Congo. Okay. Then they were crossing from Mexico into the United States. I don't have a world map in front of me by recollection is that wouldn't be the usual path into the United States. But somehow. There were twenty of them. And apparently the folks at CDC, we're keeping an eye on them. I thought about that when I plan to have Dale Wilcox on who's the executive director of the immigration reform law institute. Dale, welcome back to the program, by the way. So when people assume that most of the folks who are coming in across the border at Mexico, and and the southern states of the United States, and they think well, they're from Mexico or Guatemala Honduras, or El Salvador, other places in central or South America. We're seeing an awful lot of people cross that border who are not from this part of the world at all aren't we? Absolutely VP customs and border protection has documented that they've been countered people from fifty different countries all over the world more than fifty countries. And I think personally ended down there to the border nineteen some of the literature left behind in some of the trash left behind, and there has been script languages from the Middle East from all parts of Asia. So no, it's just not Latin Americans coming across the border. You've got p individuals from all over the world, and sadly people who really want to horn coming across the border Hezbollah has outposts in Latin America. So, you know, we have potential terrorists attempting to get into this country all the time, including some of the official state sponsors of terrorism, Iran, North Korea, Syria and. Sudan they're coming in as well."