Mark Morgan, who served as Border Patrol chief under Barack Obama and was removed by Donald Trump, told ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight’ that the president is right, the wall will work.
“I was removed as the chief, and I’m here today to tell you… the president is right. The president of the Border Patrol Council is right.”
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders announced President Trump would visit the southern border on Thursday. On Twitter, the president announced that he would hold a primetime address in the Oval Office to discuss the humanitarian crisis at the border.
Democrats claim to support border security, but have thus far refused each offer, opting instead to introduce a spending bill to reopen the government that is void of wall funding.
“A wall, in my view, is an immorality. It’s the least effective way to protect the border and the most costly,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said in a recent interview with Elle. “I can’t think of any reason why anyone would think it’s a good idea — unless this has something to do with something else.”
As People’s Pundit Daily (PPD) reported Monday, the Justice Department (DOJ) confirmed a notorious Mexican sex trafficking organization “frequently” relies on the U.S. southern border to smuggle their victims.
For over a decade, the Rendon-Reyes Trafficking Organization, based in Tenancingo, Tlaxcala, Mexico, has used the insecurity and lawlessness at the southern border to smuggle young women and girls to the U.S. from Mexico and Central America.
Female victims, some as young as 14 years old, were often lured into fraudulent romantic relationships by male members falsely promising them love and marriage. In other cases, some victims were forcibly abducted and, on one such occasion, the victim’s child was also taken.
When asked if there’s “a real argument against the wall,” Mr. Morgan promptly and frankly responded.
“No, there’s not.”