A Mexican human-trafficker admitted in an interview for USA Today that a border wall with Mexico would make things a lot harder for his ilk. Imagine my shock! Here are a couple of excerpts from the interview with the people smuggler:
I can tell you that it would be a lot harder if they build that wall.
Really, because it’s already hard with the fence we have now. It’s difficult because, to start, not just any ordinary person who decides they want to scale it can do it. It requires skill to get up there. And to get down, oh man, one of two things can happen. You jump and if you’re athletic you can land OK, but if you’re not you can break a foot. I do it for the money.
said the human trafficker (also known as coyote) named Alexis. Even if illegal border crossings are down by almost 80% since the Donald was elected into office, a border wall would reduce that number even further. As a result of the US Border Security doing its job, smuggling prices are increasing:
“Now, you pay $4,800 from Matamoros to Brownsville; before it was $2,500. My business has dropped by more than half,”
said another human trafficker in an interview for the NPR.
If walls didn’t work, the left and the RINOs wouldn’t be working so hard to stop it.
If the illegals and drug traffickers could just “go over it or under it”, then the flow of undocumented Democrats wouldn’t be affected and they wouldn’t care.
With $20 trillion in debt and another increase in the debt ceiling, they certainly can’t be concerned about the costs of a border wall. In fact, an ineffectual wall would be another excuse for issuing more corrupt government contracts.
Nope, border walls do work. It has been proven in Hungary and Israel that walls do in fact work wonders when it comes to illegal immigration. Hungary illegal immigration is down by 99% since they put up a wall at their Serbian border. Israel has had no more terrorists entering the country since they put up their big beautiful wall etc.