“Operation Faithful Patriot” Underway….

“Operation Faithful Patriot” is the name given for the U.S. military deployment on the southern U.S. border ahead of several thousand central American migrants. Pictures of advance military preparation are beginning to come from the Arizona and Texas border regions with Mexico.


Pictures below:

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555 Responses to “Operation Faithful Patriot” Underway….

  1. Right to reply says:

    They usually light tent cities on fire for media attention.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Fools Gold says:

    I specifically heard our POTUS tell us these invaders will be rounded up and moved to live in tent cities on the border until they have their day before a judge and turned over to ICE for deportation. No catch and release for these invaders. MAGA

    Liked by 18 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      I have not read or heard that but we don’t want to use our money for warriors who are foolish enough to think they can enter onto our soil and not face being hurt or shot. We don’t want to care for them and don’t want a judge or court date and they never appear. Get a grip as this is WAR!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Annie Ok says:

      Well, since Mexico has been so ineffective at stopping them, perhaps Mexico will be nice and let us build tent cities on Mexican soil. And indeed, if it is war, we could actually enter Mexican territory, right?

      Liked by 2 people

  3. litlbit2 says:

    I would hope someone would encourage these gualible people to get attorneys from Mexico to bring charges against the promoters that fed them this stupid caravan scam. Lawyer up suckers the promoters have deep pockets.

    Liked by 6 people

    • auntiefran413 says:

      From what I’ve been reading, most of them are illiterate in their native language(s). I doubt that they’re bright enough to know to contact an attorney. Sad, but…

      Liked by 2 people

    • Maquis says:

      Some of them are trying to sue our President to force him to permit their entry.
      Soros and Spawn.

      Liked by 1 person

      • litlbit2 says:

        Yes I read that as I wondered how many from other countries would try to sue? Makes my head spin the amount of plain stupidity that these people think about.

        Not to offend but for most forty years these types have voted Democrat. Same can be said for unions. As a example on the latter I was approached to provide dynamite by union BA’s in order to get stubborn business owners to sign new union labor contracts ending strikes.

        The actual behind the scenes actions for the most part have never been seen by the public.

        Glad to see the exposure and the waking up of the electorate.

        Liked by 1 person

  4. Milton says:

    You are going to need more razor wire to stop them!

    Liked by 10 people

  5. 335blues says:

    By GOD, it’s looking like the marxists may have unwittingly done America a YUGE favor.
    President Trump IS securIng the border, and he is using better assets than a wall-
    the US military. We will of course need a wall in the future, but instant border security is our military. Trump took their ploy and turned it into a solution. LOLOL
    WE WIN.

    Liked by 26 people

  6. Chicago->Arizona says:

    Stackable HESCO MIL filled with sand for dedicated perimeters. In Iraq some were topped off with Concertina wire.

    Liked by 5 people

  7. AngelOnejudicial says:

    The Pentagon is not taking this seriously instead of outright obstruction of POTUS they’re going through minimal motions.
    Draining the swamp including the Pentagon needs to happen and fast

    Liked by 2 people

  8. rumpole2 says:

    Operation “Target practice”

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Gunner says:

    Reading some great comments from my fellow deplorables about this ‘first step’. Just keep in mind that it is just that…a first step. POTUS has got this, and when Gen. Mattis tells the press that ‘we don’t do stunts in this department’ (responding to criticism that the move is a political stunt), just know that we have, thank God, the leadership that will finally begin securing that porous border.

    I don’t pretend to know the details of that mission order or the rules of engagement. While l could hazard a guess, it just isn’t necessary. What I do know is that I have confidence that that ‘necessary glorious bastard’ of ours is doing what he said he’d do, and I will support him, our warriors, ICE, CBP, and everyone else involved.

    That support begins with many prayers and then a visit to the polls bright and early Tuesday morning.

    Liked by 19 people

    • churchmouse says:

      ‘While l could hazard a guess, it just isn’t necessary.’

      Thank you. I fully agree that we do not need to know specifics.


    • Buck says:

      Gen Mad Dog “sort of a democrat” Mattis has got this alright.

      When DHS requested some units that specialize in Riot Control be deployed, Mattis promptly Rejected the request.


      • Gunner says:

        …ye of little faith — maybe not rely so much on press accounts. Give these folks a chance…or we can just go back in our rabbit holes and let the Ds take over. I’d prefer not.


  10. Lucille says:

    All the comments about how stupid the preparations are! LOL! Think, people! Does anyone truly believe President Trump and General Mattis don’t know what they’re doing?

    By all means, let’s send a press release to the Open Society Foundation providing them with an item-by-item listing of our preparations and what’s in store for their dupes.

    Liked by 21 people

  11. we should have a caravan tracker app–like ‘find my friends’.
    I think it’s genius.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Milton says:

    This is a border fence – Hungary

    Liked by 8 people

  13. rumpole2 says:

    How about signs that say ( In Spanish)…..

    There may, or may not be minefields ahead.
    Do you feel lucky, punk?

    Liked by 8 people

    • MM says:

      Make my Day……….

      Liked by 3 people

    • Carrie2 says:

      rumpole2, problem is many don’t know how to read or write in their language and they come from many countries thinking they have the right to invade us. WRONG! But they will understand gassing or being shot and get the real message that they ain’t wanted here, PERIOD!

      Liked by 2 people

      • rumpole2 says:

        I was impressed with “No Trespassing” signs in Singapore… had the message in 4 languages.. plus a picture of a guy being shot 🙂

        Liked by 6 people

      • Lucille says:

        Literacy rates:
        94.47% – Mexico
        88.99% – Honduras
        87.97% – El Salvador
        75% – Guatemala (the lowest in the Western Hemisphere except for Haiti which is 61%)

        Liked by 3 people

        • Lucille says:

          But if you want a real shocker, check out the United States…

          Average Educational Levels In The U.S.A. By State

          Liked by 3 people

        • tony says:

          most of the young Hispanic women (probably Mexican) I met in a N.W. U.S. hospital, were not literate.


          • Lucille says:

            As President Trump has said, many countries are not sending us their best. Some of the very remote villages of Mexico and Central America don’t have a functioning public school system. It’s pretty much hit-and-miss unless it’s a church or missionary school. Also, it may be that it’s not important to the village to educate their girls.

            Both the legal El Salvadorian and Mexican male and female housemen/housekeepers and ranch foreman/workers who worked for my boss were literate and they expected their children to excel in school.


            • churchladyiowa says:

              Several years ago a native Central American woman married to an American was visiting her in-laws in my town and came into our store. Back in the mid-60s she had married a Navy sailor and moved to California. “I’ve overheard a LOT walking around your town and going into stores,” she said. “The vast majority of what you have here are 90% young people from a very poor, mountainous area of Mexico. They have virtually no education beyond 4th grade and are not literate in their own language. Most have never seen grass before coming here, which is why they don’t know how to mow a lawn.”

              One especially galling thing she told me: listening to a “newbie” complain to his friends that he had a medical condition and needed to go to the hospital. He was lamenting that he had no money or insurance. His friends laughed and said, “No problem! They have to see you, it’s the law. And the rich white gringos pay for it all!”

              Our small town is about 80% Hispanic and Sudanese. At this point, we’ve maxed out on Mexicans. Pretty much all newbies the past few years are Guatemalans. And they all drive brand new vehicles and seem to travel back & forth on vacations to their native land with no problems. If and when anything is ever done about this, our small city will be a ghost town. With a tremendously overbuilt school system . . .

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    • Lucille says:

      You’re on a roll, rumpole!

      ¿Te sientes con suerte, punk?

      Liked by 2 people

    • Grandma Covfefe says:


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  14. auntiefran413 says:

    Our lives as we know them ARE dependent on this election! VOTE RED!!!


  15. Gary Lacey says:

    Appears the military is building the Trump wall.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. Sherri Young says:

    Here’s a little info on the 6 miles of border wall that has been contracted for construction along the Rio Grande. There is supposed to be a podcast of a webinar that was held last week, but I cannot find a link on CPB’s website. Public comment is open through November 6th.


    However, it sounds like the wall is set to go through a woman’s land where she has 100 acres devoted to the National Butterfly Preserve. This has been an ongoing feud. There were even 4 young boys (ages 6-11y/o IIRC) trafficked and left together on her land. I guess she does not recognize the danger to the children. IMO, she should be shopping for land set back from the border because the government is going to need to take her land in an eminent domain action. Instead, she has plans for further development where she is.

    “Butterfly Preserve On The Border Threatened By Trump’s Wall”

    Liked by 2 people

  17. warhorse says:

    put military engineers on the wall project. army at one end, seabees on the other, and build to the middle. border patrol certifies the daily total. work out some sort of bonus system for whoever builds the most on a daily or weekly basis.

    it’s been done before..the alaska-canada highway.

    Liked by 8 people

  18. Carrie2 says:

    Which my Uncle John did and then wound up with lung problems but, yes, built it beautifully and quickly. When we want to get something done, we may have to sacrifice a little land but better than being raped, robbed, killed by invaders.

    Liked by 3 people

    • spoogels says:

      Or terrorist attacks.

      Many are Islamists from Bangladesh and Pakistan or elsewhere.

      Hezbollah has infiltrated South America. Too many young fighting age men as well.

      How do we really know who they are and where they really are from?

      They dont have ID on them

      Many carry guns, Molotov cocktails and rocks

      We don’t need scum like that.

      Liked by 3 people

  19. wheatietoo says:

    For those who haven’t seen this yet…this video is from July 2018.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      Just look at all of that wide open space except where the fence is being erected.

      Yes, that is a deterrent.

      What is shameful is that the previous administrations did not get this done. People have died in the desert trying to make the trip. People have died in our country from criminals who have entered illegally. The cartels have made a mint shepherding people across. Which brings to mind a question — Who in power on this side has been enriched by keeping this sick pipeline flowing?

      Liked by 7 people

      • wheatietoo says:

        Yes, this video gives a good glimpse of the vast distances that will have to be crossed with The Wall.
        It is no small feat.

        The fact that it is such a huge undertaking, has served those who don’t want a Wall…because they have just dismissed the idea as “impossible”.

        Thank God we finally have a President who sees ‘impossible’ as a challenge and a starting point!

        The cartels will find other ways to try to get their drugs and human trafficking into the country.
        We have a lot of porous shoreline too.

        But at lease with Pres Trump at the helm, we are finally fighting back.

        Liked by 12 people

      • the5thranchhand says:

        New Mexicans love and cherish our wide open spaces! We also use barbed wire fences and cattle guards to keep our cattle and other livestock on their proper ranges. Beautiful country and strong, hard-working people.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Jenny R. says:

        Well the group, Nexus, which is helping to bring the migrants’ lawsuit has connections to Terry McAuliffe, or so I’ve heard.

        Liked by 2 people

    • spoogels says:

      Thing is they can tunnel under. Needs to be landmines on THEIR side and sentry towers on OUR side


      • Sherri Young says:

        I hope they do tunnel under. We’ve partnered before with Israel on tunnel detection systems.

        A tunnel is a bottle neck and has a financial cost associated. Tunnels would not be constructed by one-time users. Tunnels would be infrastructure “owned” by the pros and could be expected to be used for the worst types of smuggling.

        Build the wall. That would narrow the cartels’ options and make them choose to go out of business or try such strategies as tunnels which would make them easier to arrest and confiscate their merchandise, human and otherwise.


  20. Sherri Young says:

    Article from Stars and Stripes —

    “A look at the troops being sent to US-Mexico border”

    Liked by 5 people

    • rbrtsmth says:

      With members of Congress focused mainly on Tuesday’s midterm elections, reaction has been mild. A group of senior House Democrats wrote a letter to Mattis on Thursday expressing opposition to the military mission and demanding answers on its cost. The deployment of active duty troops, they wrote, “only exacerbates the potential to unnecessarily escalate the situation.”

      Chuck Hagel, a former Republican senator and Army combat veteran who served as defense secretary under President Barack Obama, told CNN the mission is “folly” because there is “no need, no threat.”

      Retired Army Gen. Martin Dempsey, who preceded Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, took double-barreled aim at the border mission. Writing on Twitter Thursday, he called the military mission a “wasteful deployment of over-stretched Soldiers and Marines” that would be “made much worse” if they used force disproportional to the threat they face on the border.

      Or, in other words, America Last.

      Liked by 11 people

      • bflyjesusgrl says:

        Look at who’s writing the article, they’re from AP. Another article published in Stars and Stripes comes from AP as well. It accuses the President of “rambling” and fear mongering. S&S needs to stay away from “Fake News” authors.

        By ROBERT BURNS AND LOLITA C. BALDOR | Associated Press | Published: November 3, 2018

        Liked by 5 people

        • wheatietoo says:

          Yep. I noticed that too.

          The Stars and Stripes should Not be getting it’s material from the leftist AP!

          Liked by 6 people

          • Jenny R. says:

            It’s media — everybody gets their material from AP or Reuters…down to the last rinky dink hometown newspaper.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Roger Duroid says:

              Stars and stripes is a for profit PRIVATE newsrag like Army Times. More fake news.

              Liked by 2 people

              • Cuppa Covfefe says:

                Sad to say, like most everything else, they’ve drifted left.

                And the imposter-in-chief did nothing to help that; in addition to his purging the upper ranks of conservative, REAL Americans, and replacing them with libtard snowflakes…

                Lots of damage to undo, but VSGPDJT and his Administration are on it.


      • emet says:

        Gen Dempsey critical of this operation. One might think that he would keep his opinion to himself after the Benghazi mess, for which he was substantially responsible.

        Liked by 7 people

      • Deplorable_Infidel says:

        “Retired Army Gen. Martin Dempsey,”

        First of all, I would like to know where he is working now and how much he is being paid.

        Liked by 6 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Chuck Hagel = complete, total political hack of the rankest sort. IMO.

        Liked by 2 people

  21. noswamp says:

    Remember Treepers, they are strengthening areas near ports of entry. This is important to remember because Trump told the caravan to head to a point of entry if they were serious. The criminals will be the ones going to weakened areas around the point of entry or elsewhere to enter. This is where the military reinforcement with barbed wire will help the most. But that being said, those criminals are a huge danger to this country. Huge. And there will be hundreds of them trying to get in.

    I am sure that NG or MIL were told in advance that this would be where they would be trying to enter. In other words, those with the most to lose(imprisonment) will be going through the Rio Grand and or other openings along the border that by then should be closed or harder to cross. The weaker ones and women and children will get the memo to go through the border crossing where they will be treated much better, before having their asylum interview and getting deported(most of them) back to their countries.

    Liked by 7 people

  22. Bill O Writes says:

    I hate to say this but one of our overlords (fka federal judges), probably in California, will issue an injunction. It will require removal of all obstacles.


  23. Buzz says:

    An undercover video shows staffers on U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill’s campaign describing how Planned Parenthood sends money to her secretly so she will not look as pro-abortion to Missouri voters.
    A pro-abortion Democrat, McCaskill is considered one of the most vulnerable senators running for re-election in November, Townhall reports. After voting against U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, she fell behind her opponent, pro-life Republican Josh Hawley, in the polls.
    The video, released by Project Veritas this week, shows how McCaskill’s campaign appears to be trying to appeal to moderate voters in the mid-western state by downplaying her radical pro-abortion stance.
    “It’s f——- beautiful” how Planned Parenthood indirectly supports McCaskill’s campaign, one staffer tells an undercover investigator.
    Get out and vote all RED for the November election. Urge all of your Republican, Conservative and other friends to do the same and urge them to urger others. For the sake of this country NEVER vote for a DemocRAT again, NEVER, the future of this country, you children and grandchildren depend upon it.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. Buzz says:

    Every voter in Arizona should watch this video. Pass it on.

    Every voter in Florida should watch this video. Pass it on. https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/1057804610595897344

    Every Texas voter needs to see this video. Pass it on.

    Liked by 4 people

  25. emet says:

    What many Americans may not realize is that the Mexican Army has always operated on our border, often illegally entering our country as an escort for drug shipments. Our Customs and Border Patrol outgunned by armor and automatic weapons. This was covered up for years. So…about damn time the playing field is leveled

    Liked by 7 people

  26. dallasdan says:

    Passive, makeshift impediments will not stop human waves that bum-rush both established entry points and selected weak points on the border. Our military will not use lethal force, especially if fired upon from within large groups containing women and children. The opportunity for a human and political disaster is ripening each day.

    Those who cross the border and are apprehended and put into tents in internment camps will require immense resources from the basics of food and medical care to the same amenities afforded the DACA illegals. Does anyone believe those encampments can be sustained for multiple years without violence and abuse occurring within? Moreover, they will be an ongoing and deep source of msm and Dem agitation against the President and Repubs.

    If Mexico can not be made to stop the caravans, they will reach the border and succeed in creating indefinite chaos there and serve as a catalyst for demonstrations and violence throughout our country. Threatening AMLO with the economic destruction of Mexico appears to be the best deterrent, but time is quickly running out. JMO

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sherri Young says:

      Tourism is a great big deal to the Mexican economy. It’s not just people from the US either. In the state of Oaxaca, tourism is one of the tracks of study for middle and high school students. Mexico has to walk a fine line so that they don’t seriously damage that part of their economy.


  27. cripto says:

    I posted this before. Interesting units deployed.
    This was from September:
    “The Marine Corps is quietly monitoring sections of the US-Mexico border to stop migrants and drug traffickers” (this is from September)

    I would surmise both the US and Mexico have deployed intel to monitor the caravans to identify the ‘leaders’ , their sources of funding and to discourage the clueless to go home or accept asylum in Mexico pending processing, and to identify the individual criminal elements.

    The US (in cooperation with Mexico) have the ability, the skills to end this in its tracks.

    Liked by 7 people

    • cripto says:

      My point is, don’t set your hair on fire. The US military (intel) etx have this under control.

      Liked by 2 people

      • cripto says:

        I think the claymore, bombs, and other comments are hysteria only matched by the Left towards the President and his administration. I don’t understand why people here buy into this narrative. The US military, Intel, have this monitored down to the last bean taco, in conjunction with the Mexican authorities. The caravan may snake its way forward, but everyday it is being compromised. We are getting a very clear picture of the leaders, the funding, and the ability to warn the peeps to turn back. It will not prevail.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Free Speech says:

          What do you think the true purpose of this caravan is? Is it for political optics or are there other nefarious motives- distracting our military and police resources while saboteurs, assassins are sneaked across for an uprising?


  28. wodiej says:

    Thank you for the pictures of our military doing what they do best.

    Liked by 2 people

  29. Akindole says:

    Damn sons….Concertina wire is my favorite.

    It does leave a mark the next day.

    Liked by 1 person

  30. Sam says:

    Never, never in all my days working along the southern border did I think I would see images of US troops stringing concertina wire to keep illegal aliens out. God bless President Trump for having the intestinal fortitude to steward the safety or this nation, even in the face of radical, misguided reaction.

    Liked by 3 people

  31. Linus in W.PA. says:

    Make a tent city in northern Mexico and only provide (3) Port-A-Johns (with no servicing provision) and an endless supply of 1980’s-era MREs (Meat Ready to Eat).

    Nobody, and I mean nobody, will voluntarily remain on MRE’s ad infinitum.

    Liked by 3 people

  32. melski says:

    Cool pictures. Looks like the military is going fishing in and along the rivers setting out “gill nets.”


  33. Dave says:

    Our enemies want to invade US like what happened to Europe. Can’t have a one world govt if sovereign nation states exist. And to them, we’re the worst example! Our other enemy within, the complicit msm, will be recording all that is going down, and reporting their lies to further take down our nation. We can’t let that happen! The President needs to keep them back from adding to the problem.


  34. William Dorritt says:


    He needs to issue an Executive Order,
    immediately banning all US Financial Institutions and businesses
    from issuing, transacting, or clearing
    any transactions of any kind with MasterCard.

    TRUMP also needs to withdraw all funding
    from the UN effectively immediately
    they are the ones planning and organizing the Invasion.

    TRUMP needs to declare an Invasion, up to 100K now marching North
    and authorize the use of deadly force for all Invaders crossing the border.
    If it’s good for Israel, it’s good for the US.

    TRUMP needs to instruct the Treasury Department
    to seize the assets of any of the Foundations and Trusts
    that are involved in planning, financing and supporting the Invasion.
    Ford Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, Soros Foundation to name a few.


  35. Belarmino Rodriguez says:

    Im very happy to see that the real americans are not falling in the trap of the Europeans….. the falacy of multiculturalism and the weak assumption of thinking that this kind of inmigrants are poor victims……nothing more distant from reality. God bless america and the ones that are ready to defend your culture your hard earned lifestyle and your amazing country!!!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  36. William Dorritt says:

    “But that’s about to change, as the “Open Society” founder – who famously financed much of the opposition to Trump SCOTUS pick Brett Kavanaugh – is now partnering with Mastercard to hand out money (in the form of ‘investment capital’) to migrants, refugees and “others struggling within their communities worldwide,” according to Reuters. Through their partnership, Soros is effectively providing open financial support for migrants and refugees seeking to enter the US and Europe.”

    Liked by 1 person

  37. Curt says:

    What is Skunk Water?
    Police departments in the United States are reported to have bought a foul-smelling liquid developed in Israel to repel protesters. What is “skunk” and how is it used.
    It is a truly putrid stench. Palestinians who have been sprayed describe it as “worse than raw sewage” and “like a mixture of excrement, noxious gas and a decomposing donkey”.
    Invented by Israeli firm Odortec, skunk water was first used by the Israeli military against demonstrators in the occupied West Bank in 2008. Since then armoured vehicles equipped with water cannon spraying jets of the stinky liquid have become a regular sight.
    Although it may induce a gagging reflex, the company says skunk is made from “100% food-grade ingredients” and is “100% eco-friendly – harmless to both nature and people”.

    GET IT & USE IT…..

    Liked by 2 people

  38. bessie2003 says:

    So, after reading so many different sites over the past few days on this invasion from Central American countries, somewhere in the mix of articles was that China was interested in building a new ‘Panama Canal’ but in Nicaragua or Honduras, and in order to accommodate the newest Chinese ships, which are huge, in order to be successful the new canal would pretty much require the entire country of Nicaragua, even Honduras, to get rid of all its citizens – so adding to the conspiracy theory mood that seems to have taken over so many discussions – is China financing these caravans to empty out those nations so they can come in and build their canal? Just wonderin.

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  39. Moe Grimm says:

    0bama characterizes this latest iteration of The Great Border Bum Rush as “malnourished asylum seekers”. Aside that he’s a long established champion of the grotesquely, often willingly misinformed, it continues to amaze how many of these “asylum seekers” are truly obese. It’s a significant number of them too including the children accompanied by *.*=x. The males? Not one (1) from the hundreds I’ve seen could be defined as anything even remotely akin to ‘malnourished” as they proudly display the flags and symbols of their own respective countries of origin which is a strong indication of intent to “assimilate”.

    I’ve seen but two (2) American flags carried by “caravans’. One was burned in Tegucigalpa, Honduras before lead elements charged the MX. side of the Guatemalan border that was initially and (maybe) incorrectly reported by the “AP”. Regardless of when/where it seems burning the American flag is far more palatable to the marxist media if it’s done by “migrants” already here and “assimilating”. The other time I saw our flag desecrated it was being dragged underfoot stomped on the ground by the “caravan” previous this latest caravana hacia el norte. ALSO… I noted in one picture taken of this current “caravan” one male wearing a black T-shirt with white lettering reading: “THE FUTURE IS FEMALE”. Another search using Bing vs Goolag showed five easily spotted wearing the same T-shirt/s reportedly just outside 0axaca, MX. Can you envision the logistics involved in conveyance here?


  40. frangelica1 says:

    What a beautiful sight!!! Love it!! Thank you President Donald Trump!!!


  41. tony says:

    Circa 2006, Kinky Friedman was running for Texas State Gov. He proposed a “5 Mexican Generals” solution to border control…giving a large amount of money to each…subject to their control of 5 respective zones, and subtracting for each illegal intrusion into the US. Also I believe some of our mothballed aged Navy fleet could be anchored offshore in neutral waters and used for temp housing for detainees as a bridge to more appropriate domestic laws,rather than tent cities.


  42. Kid Jupiter says:

    Operation A-10 Warthog would be more appropriate.


  43. shipley130 says:

    They are going to have to designate the entire border like it is a military base.


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