President Trump Draws Attention to Border Crisis in Hildago County New Mexico…

Investigative reporter Chris Ramirez reported on the security crisis and crime on the southern border in New Mexico. He speaks with New Mexico border residents about the security challenges on the border, with one resident noting, “we have a crisis down here.” The report ran on the local New Mexico NBC news station KOB 4.  Watch:

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President Trump drew attention to this report moments ago on Twitter:

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131 Responses to President Trump Draws Attention to Border Crisis in Hildago County New Mexico…

  1. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    They will not give you a wall Mr President.

    If you cannot make a SOTU in the House do one on the border.

    Make another SOTU three months after that one. then another in three more.

    Make this the defining issue of your Presidency.

    You will win!

    Liked by 30 people

  2. Bullseye says:

    87 miles no border wall. The 1.6 billion authorized prior to shutdown was only for 65 miles. Arizona border looks much the same as NM. We need to full amount to protect the US (us)

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    • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

      Can the President start using the funds from the Kolfage GoFundMe?

      I know it won’t do much in the way of construction but it would send a message.

      Liked by 2 people

      • snarkybeach says:

        the Kolfage project is working with private landowners to build a wall. Sheriff Clarke & Kris Kobach are also advising.

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        • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

          Great! I like Kobach.

          It would be nice IMO if the President would initiate a conversation about that effort by having a news / speech event at any of those private locations.

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      • purpleibby says:

        No Stab, the President cannot use funds that have not been appropriated. He can do what he has been hinting about, but he will face the courts. Anyone telling you different is probably trying to get you to screw yourself over by not supporting %1000 the one guy out there who’s TRYING to fix the problem.

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    • California Joe says:

      How does a 65 mile fence cost $1.6 billion?

      Liked by 1 person

      • Fringe Dweller says:

        No bid contracts, overbilling, and pretty much zero oversight.

        Liked by 2 people

      • J Bird says:

        Some existing property owners need to be bought out, that we be a battle. Environmental impacts will also institute ridiculous requirements like shutting down job if identify some bug, plant or animal identified as endangered.
        Also the steel slat fence will have a 5ft deep in the ground cement base for re-enforcementfrom being rammed and eliminate easy tunneling.

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        • Bullseye says:

          No, there already is a fence. Erect new one same as already being done in Texas , California and Arizona. These contracts are being let out to contractors registered w/gov for this type of work. Not Union. No issues so far on other portions already being done and completed.

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      • bertdilbert says:

        Union Labor.

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      • GB Bari says:

        I was quoted $12,000 to install 220 linear feet of 6 ft high vinyl privacy fence (plus two gates) 6 years ago. I think that $1.7B for 343,200 linear feet of 30 ft. high steel barrier. Is reasonable work given the significant increase in fence size and installation requirements for the high steel barrier that requires a large, deep concrete foundation.

        One must consider the cost to mobilize the installation teams, heavy equipment costs, on site temporary shelters, power generators, etc. Not to mention 24 hour security for the crews and equipment. This isn’t a Home Depot DIY project.

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      • mimbler says:

        Yeah, that is about 1700 dollars per foot. Of course, I don’t know how much land is public, and how much will have to be purchased through eminant domain.

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  3. Bullseye says:

    Many harp on the fact we need eminent domain for the wall land. Seems to me a wall goes right where that little fence is. I’m sure there is a government right of way setback from the border. Why all the neah sayers

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    • Bendix says:

      As if eminent domain would be a problem.
      The Supreme Court has ruled that the government can seize your house, and let a private business have it.
      The big wall is just a lot of short walls joined together. Walls are something we have known how to build for centuries, now suddenly it becomes more complex than a lunar landing?

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    • InAz says:

      The Roosevelt Easement allows the federal government access to 60 of the border with Mexico. This is from a GAO report: “The land where this fencing was built has been publicly owned since 1907 when President Theodore Roosevelt reserved a 60-foot strip along the international boundary with Mexico for the United States to maintain the area free from obstructions as a protection against the smuggling of goods between the United States and Mexico. In effect, the Roosevelt easement provided the federal government with a 60-foot border right-of-way on which it could build the fence.”
      The federal government has the power to construct a fence along the border to protect the United States. In fact, in 2008 DHS Secretary Chertoff issued a waiver “to bypass environmental reviews to speed construction of fencing along the Mexican border.

      Arizona has the Roosevelt Easement. I do not know if New Mexico and Texas and California have it.

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    • Toenail says:

      There is always naysayers. Ignore them Keep the heat on Wall is being built now! No unions or right of way required..

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  4. KP Smith says:

    shemesh [sheh’-mesh] Hebrew word for ‘sun’. Also to be ‘brilliant’.
    raqad [raw-kad’] Hebrew word for ‘dance’.

    Sundance is our Brilliant Sunshine dance. I thank the Father for EVERYTHING you do, Sundance. God bless you, PJDT and the USA! Keep up the good fight! MAGA/KAG

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  5. KP Smith says:

    Supposed to be ‘PDJT’, sorry.

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  6. Publius2016 says:

    a country without borders is not a country!

    Liked by 6 people

  7. Publius2016 says:

    25 million illegals…Evidence of voter fraud and election theft…now, video of a foreign army??? Pressure!

    Liked by 9 people

    • Publius2016 says:

      “Everyone is worried” at the prospect of a second closure, a female corrections officer said.

      “I feel that for my brothers and sisters in blue … we have to protect our country,” she said. “But at what cost? We’re all banding together for the greater good of our country.”

      President Trump stated, “negotiations with Democrats will start immediately.”

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      • Bullseye says:

        Apparently missing paychecks are not an issue for teachers in LA and Denver

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        • purpleibby says:

          If it was me, and I was a govt worker I’d feel a bit disgusted that my paycheck was essentially blood money that had to enable murder, drugs, and human trafficking to make happen.

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          • mimbler says:

            I never minded shutdowns as a fed if I thought the reason was just (and it always was).

            I believe these are fake stories about the feds suffering. They can call their federal credit union and get a zero interest loan to cover the missing paychecks.

            If they are too lazy to do that, good riddance to them. But I believe the media is just interviewing sympathetic libs who are lying about their dire straits.

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            • swissik says:

              To me a federal shut down just proves that we don’t need most of these people. Shut down everything except those departments that provide a SERVICE to we the people, such as park rangers, TSA, Air Traffic, Customs agents, etc.

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              • montanamel says:

                TSA provides a “SERVICE” to people???
                I beg to differ…. bunch of sot’s….some perverts…most “wanna be’s”….
                Check out using General Aviation next trip you take…maybe learn to fly yourself?
                This is NOT a charter jet ad…this area is called General Aviation, aka: Part 91 flying.
                NO GROOPING…NO RUBBING…NO LEARING LOOKS!… real people, not idiots!
                Check-6

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            • mztore says:

              My thoughts exactly. If I can live on my little income, and save for the chance there won’t be another check, then they can also.

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            But then you’d come to realize how special it is having an extra vacay around the holidays AND getting paid for it. And then, you’d probably feel inclined to vote Dem, just as do the majority of these Feral workers.

            Nothing buys votes like giving away free stuff you didn’t earn.

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  8. ristvan says:

    Lurking Lawyer here.
    This tweet is a small part of his present ‘wall/immigration’ strategy. Pelosi said publicly many times no negotiation until gov reopens. Gov reopened means she at least has to pretend to negotiate.

    The CR gave the congressional task force exactly 21 days. Today is already day 19 and there hasn’t even been a first meeting. The Dems have to know that if they don’t get DACA now, it will soon be dead at SCOTUS. So there is a chance for a hurry up deal PDJT can accept. A very small chance given the small time window and failure to start yet.

    Meanwhile, PDJT can use the 21 days to make the very public urgency case in two ways: cost (first post shutdown tweet already) and crime (this first post shutdown tweet). The crime stuff needs to be heavily illegal drug trafficking and transnational criminal gangs (like MS13). Preferably irrefutable visual proofs, as this TV report showing the current inadequate Hidalgo county fence. This irrefutable information is actually strategic for the rapidly approaching endgame.

    After 21 days, there are only two possible outcomes. Either is a PDJT win and a Pelosi checkmate.
    There is an acceptable deal, slat barrier ‘fence’ gets built, and gov stays open.
    There is not, and Trump promptly invokes 10USC284 (b)(7) [he orders DHS to request DoD assistance concerning narcotics smuggling and transnational criminal organizations. The statute has been on the books since 1986 and was reaffirmed in 2016 under Obama (via a renumbering amendment creating §284). It allowed SecDef to order Army Corp of Engineers to build ‘roads, fences, and illumination’ at US border upon other federal agency (DHS) request to stop drugs and transnational criminal orgnizations. The specifics were highlighted in nonpartisan Congressional Research Office report that came out last week. AND, anywhere illegal aloens are crossing the southern border is ALSO a place that narcotics and MS13 can cross. So 10USC284 has no real locational constraints.

    IMO Trump wisely signed the 3 week CR for three reasons (and the caved stuff is just noise):
    1. Lower level Dems (up to Steny Hoyer!) were starting to see their no barrier position as a loser, signalling this to the PDJT team and publicly.
    2. ATC and TSA unions (heavily Dem) were starting sickouts that, among many other things, would damage the economy and very visibly upset the Superbowl.
    3. He learned of the CRS opinion. So the legally risky national emergency EO becomes just a ‘Art of the Deal’ head fake. Unlike the NEA and thereby invoked 10USC2808, I can think of NO viable legal challenge to 10USC284.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      Great summary! Wondered why 45 said “Border Barrier” and not, The Wall…we love The Wall but with the law stated above, must change term to “barrier…fencing…”

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      • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

        ristvan I certainly hope you are correct with your well thought out summation.

        My fear is that Pelosi is as much a captive of the AOC crowd as PDT is a captive of the Mitch/GOPe crowd.

        There is not even a hint of political calculation with the Friends of AOC. Just RESIST.

        Maybe that is a good thing?

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        • Dennis Leonard says:

          Would you mind clarifying on this one,
          ” as PDT is a captive of the Mitch/GOPe crowd.”

          Liked by 1 person

          • Peoria Jones says:

            Don’t put too much emphasis on the word “captive.” I understood Stab to mean that they’re both receiving insane pressure from, and being thwarted by factions within their own parties.

            For what it’s worth, I disagree that Pelousy is. I fully believe she is a demented harpy who lives only to stick it to PDJT and the USA every way she can.

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        • ristvan says:

          Stab, it is a good thing. Think beyond Pelosi checkmate 2019 to 2020 election. Again, the two outcomes both favor PDJT re-election to second term.
          1. A deal is struck by Feb 15. Dems get some DACA for their base, PDJT gets wall and maybe more immigration reform, and immigration is largely ‘off the election table’. Dems would see that as a win, BUT Pelosi is bigly weakened, the crazy AOC branch of Dems is strengthened, and the net result is PDJT in a BETTER 2020 position. More promises kept, Dems nuttier than Bernie 2016.
          2. A deal is not struck. PDJT gets DoD (Army Corps of Engineers) to build fence/barrier using uncommited DOD funds under 10USC284, which laws ‘corridors’ restriction really isn’t, (faulty CRS analysis detail explained on previous threads. Strengthens Promises Kept, and allows PDJT to position Dems (with lots of facts) as the party insanely in favor of drugs and crime via open borders.

          No bad outcome for PDJT, no good outcome for Dems. Checkmate coming soon. And PDJT only talking about a National Emergency but never declaring one alerts the public to the serious situation AND completely messes up the obvious Dem lawfare gambit. A nice little chess side gambit.

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          • bandit says:

            Everybody here seems to forget that we have problems with the GOP on this. Friggen Rubio is out there running his mouth about he is against the Pres using emergency powers. Folks, we have a problem with 25-30 GOP house people and at least 15 to 20 Senate GOP’s. Hannity, Rush, and everyone else seems to forget that. Pelosi and Schumer know this and have nothing to lose watching us devour ourselves. I have never been so sick to my stomach about the scumbags who run this country. It is the most amazing thing I have ever seen. Christ! How we won’t see a revolution will be amazing.

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          • Sunshine says:

            Like.

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          • Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

            OK ristvan. That is reassuring.

            The only thing I want to add here is THIS TIME… when some judge says NO! President Trump will do his best Andrew Jackson impersonation from (1831?) when President Jackson was countered by Supreme Court justice John Marshall regarding government control of conquered American Indian lands… Or something like that.

            President Jackson told American citizens that “Marshall has made his decision. Now let him enforce it.”

            PDJT has allowed these judges leeway so far but this decision is the BIG ONE as far as I am concerned.

            Tell the judge to go pound sand… or something like that.

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            • mac says:

              Is there any way he could send Federal Marshals to arrest a judge issuing an injunction by claiming they are illegally interfering with carrying out a lawful order given by a superior authority? I would give a month’s salary to see one of these black-robed, dictatorial bastards yanked off the bench and perp walked straight to jail.

              I’d give six months salary to see one resist arrest and get a serious wood shampooing.

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      • As I commented before: Just repairing and doing fix-up on a 3ft. steel wire fence by adding more steel/slatting ……27ft. higher. Steel…Barrier…fencing. Symantics.

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    • snarkybeach says:

      Thanks for you insight! IMHO the clowns in congress will get nothing done (and upset the DACAs) and our president will get his barrier built.

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    • dianeax says:

      Excellent analysis and explanation – thank you!

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    • Tazio Nuvolari says:

      >Trump promptly invokes 10USC284 (b)(7) [he orders DHS to request DoD assistance concerning narcotics smuggling and transnational criminal organizations. The statute has been on the books since 1986 and was reaffirmed in 2016 under Obama (via a renumbering amendment creating §284). It allowed SecDef to order Army Corp of Engineers to build ‘roads, fences, and illumination’ at US border upon other federal agency (DHS) request to stop drugs and transnational criminal orgnizations. The specifics were highlighted in nonpartisan Congressional Research Office report that came out last week. AND, anywhere illegal aloens are crossing the southern border is ALSO a place that narcotics and MS13 can cross. So 10USC284 has no real locational constraints.<

      Doesn't matter, they'll find a judge to hold it up in court, it will stay in limbo for eternity. They'll have challenge after challenge lined up.

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      • OldParatrooper says:

        District Court judges only have authority within their District. Same for Appeals Courts. The is no reason that the President, citing the national level emergency nature of the crisis, can’t ignore District and Appeals Courts and say he will respond only to the Supremes.

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        • mimbler says:

          Only if he wants to be impeached. The SC hasn’t reined in the District courts for making decision affecting the entire country, so they are “legal” to issue.

          I obviously agree with you in theory, but in the law precedence is king and these district judges have been ruling against the entire country, with no pushback from any court.

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      • J Bird says:

        authority to use Department of Defense resources to build a wall “without obtaining congressional approval or declaring a state of emergency”

        statue that authorizes the Secretary of Defense to assist civilian law enforcement with counterdrug activities
        “may provide support for the counterdrug activities or activities to counter transnational organized crime”

        https://amp.dailycaller.com/2019/01/24/trump-wall-no-state-of-emergency?__twitter_impression=true

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      • ristvan says:

        TN, they might try. But 10USC284 is clear and precise and basically unchallengeable.

        There is no conceivably credible 9th circuit counter. IF a biased judge were to try anyway, SCOTUS would have to step in right away as Justice Thomas has already suggested.
        But IMO no liberal judge, however biased or from Hawaii, would commit such a career ending legal offense, Plus, VERY hard to see how anyone would have standing to get to court (ok, a feeble legal joke follows: EXCEPT Mexican drug cartels or MS13).

        Unlike a National Emergency declaration invoking 10USC2808, where both the factual basis for a national emergency AND the ‘wall’ use of §2808 are colorably challengable. As covered in detail on previous threads

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  9. Green Gas says:

    The senator s voted 98 to one to fund the opioid crisis, do they know what a crisis is ?,do they think it stops at the border, the border is the heart and soul of the opioid scourge , fentinal !!
    Excerpts >The numbers are shocking. In 2016, more than 42,000 people in the U.S. died from opioid overdoses ,

    https://www.cbp.gov/frontline/fighting-opioid-scourge

    Excerpt >President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis a national health emergency, pledging the full support of the federal government in this fight. Part of that support starts right at America’s borders and ports of entry. <NAIL that point home then ,the same senators who voted to fund the opioid crisis need to sign on to the wall ,hold their feet to the fire,

    I just threw my wife off the t train but she's back on now and she's crying and acting hysterical over this, I gave her a nerve pill so she'll be fine but I'm about to throw her momma from the train ,is the Trump train a unstoppable run away train ? ,someone should call Lamar and curse him out ,call Collins too

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  10. DesertRain says:

    Excellent report.

    Given the vast miles of unmonitored/unprotected Southern border, how is it possible to claim “x” percent of drugs/guns/etc come into the US at the official entry points?

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  11. soaplady says:

    I live in NM….the state is now full Democrat. The new gov. spent one hour on the border and said nothing to see there. The ranchers are now screaming, and have been for several yrs, for help….there will be NO eminent domain fights in southern NM. When Obama was president, border patrol was yanked back 50 miles from the actual border—media tells you nothing…local channels are KOAT, KOB and KRQE for local reporting. The flesh eating bacteria illegal was in a group of many recently coming in.

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    • Publius2016 says:

      SAD! its 100% deliberate…they are overwhelming Social Security and Medicare just at the most important time to protect it!

      Liked by 3 people

    • mikeyboo says:

      Soaplady, these facts are what the President should be blasting at every opportunity!

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    • mike says:

      I live in NM also. When I write congresswoman Halaand, Senators Udall and Heinrich all I get is a bunch of liberal bs and Trump hate. They are totally out of touch and appear to want illegals in Albuquerque and Santa Fr as both are sanctuary cities. Meanwhile their schools are in bad financial shape. The amazing thing is they have a $ 1 billion dollar surplus in taxes this year, due to OIL REVENUE! Thank you President Trump would be in order but these people are full of hate and envy. And all you see on the news stations you mentioned is Trump hate. Bunch of damn fools. (I couldn’t get the video on this article).

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      • the5thranchhand says:

        …….’they have a $ 1 billion dollar surplus’……..yeah, well the new democrat governor can’t wait to spend all of it on the illegal invaders flooding in. How New Mexico lost the governorship to a damn democrat is just mind-boggling.
        And, I have many close family members that live in Hidalgo County (Redrock, Lordsburg, and Animas) and the border crisis is a thousand times worse than that film showed. And, yes, my family has been effected by the invaders…..stolen vehicles, fences cut, gates destroyed so cattle and horses are un-pastured, trash everywhere. So far no deaths, but that has happened right next door, in Arizona.

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      • montanamel says:

        Refer to lesion #4, from THE DUKE: You know, Some people just need killing!
        When you got a pest problem, you best call the “bug hunters” or get to yourself!…
        Dirty deeds done dirt cheap….TWANNNGG…. Check-6

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    • Ceegee says:

      I also live in the now deep blue and soon-to-be sanctuary state of NM. I agree with soaplady…the residents of that part of our state will have no problem with building “a barrier.” The state politicians, however, will fight against it with any and every power they have/can make up.

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    • DesertRain says:

      NM Rancher talks about rape trees. Rancher explains some of complexity in dealing with cartels.
      https://mobile.twitter.com/Breaking911/status/1088998991461781505

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  12. Zippy says:

    Excellent film, The Arroyo, free streaming for Amazon Prime members:

    https://www.amazon.com/Arroyo-KennyMaines/dp/B00KILVJWE

    It was totally ignored by the always VERY liberal “professional” movie reviewers which should instantly tell you something, but with 79% likes from viewers:

    https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_arroyo

    “40 miles north of America’s southern border, nightfall marks the beginning of a mass migration of men and drugs the likes of which the world has never seen. For the ranchers whose acreage is in the path of this exodus, the horror of finding the dead bodies, raped women, and destroyed property is second only to the feeling of betrayal by a government that is happy to take their money, but not to guard their rights and land. Jim Weatherford has taken horror and betrayal alike in stride, but there are some things a man simply cannot abide, and some lines that must be defended.”

    I saw it on a mailed DVD when I was a Netflix member and thought of it after reading this column.

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    • mopar2016 says:

      Building a wall, changing our self defeating laws, and having real border security would not only help to keep out the lowlife illegals, but it would stop the garbage that the invaders bring into our country.

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      • Hsssssss says:

        Maybe they could put some of those fatasses lounging around in the detention centers complaining about the food to work picking up trash to pass the time while they wait for their court dates?

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  13. Dee Paul Deje says:

    but but but manufactured crisis.

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  14. Jill Woodliff says:

    I’ve started praying Psalm 91 over all our borders daily.

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  15. teeheeman says:

    OK, here is an overly optimistic scenario:

    1) Maybe some house Dems (mostly newly elected Dems) are more open to real border security than is being reported – people/voters in these districts should bombard these reps over the next 2-3 weeks – PDJT and others in the admin are hinting at this potential house Dem “support”

    2) Every day march out real life stories like this NM story – put them behind a microphone in a briefing; yes it wouldn’t be covered by MSM but info does get out at the margin on the internet – CONTINUALLY PUT A FACE TO THE PROBLEM/CRISIS

    3) Work to get something acceptable passed in the Senate – you’d need ALL of the R’s and seven red state D’s or D’s from states that will likely vote Trump in 2020 to get it passed – for sure this would be really hard

    4) If it ever gets to the House there is more cover/support for Dems than expected and you get basically the same Senate bill passed

    Very low probability of working so you then go the “Emergency” route which will get stayed by a liberal fed judge – then work hard on getting it to the Supreme Court as fast as possible.

    But I think you’ve done yourself some good. I think the “daily fight” works in PDJT’s favor as the real human stories are emotionally powerful. Also helps light a fire with the Supreme Court and also helps the 2020 election narrative (where the future of the Supreme Court will also be a major issue)

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  16. Bendix says:

    Tough, New Mexico residents.
    The Coastal Elites, neither of whom were elected by you (you couldn’t even vote for them if you wanted to) are totally opposed to your having anything approaching public safety in your communities.
    So much so, you would think Chuck and Nancy’s lives depended on it.
    I know, you New Mexicans don’t get to have any say on what happens at the border between New York and Canada. That doesn’t matter. Not one bit.

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  17. TwoLaine says:

    I understand that there are complete swatches of parkland in California that the drug growing cartels have taken over and people are afraid to go there to boot them out. You keep letting this go on and on and on and pretty soon, you won’t own that land anymore. You will have been moved off it by the gangs & drug cartels, physically.

    Pretty soon our crime rate will be as high as Mexico’s.

    FOOLS!

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  18. Tazio Nuvolari says:

    The problem in New Mexico is the same as it is in most states. The large metropolitan centers with large populations overwhelmingly vote Democrat which negates the rest of the state. This is a real problem in this nation, it forces a “one size fits all” governance onto all citizens when there are very different ideas and needs in rural areas vs metropolitan areas.

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  19. beaujest says:

    Congress is composed of Criminals,Commies,Cowards ,it is that simple !

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  20. Vito Romano says:

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  21. dogsmaw says:

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  22. Vito Romano says:

    25,772,342 illegal aliens, not 11,000,000

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  23. NC Patriot says:

    Here we go——-he is going to start on voter fraud and voter ID—–expect to hear much more throughout 2019

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  24. Pale rider says:

    Why, I’m depressed enough already on the invasion. At least let it be a fair fight and quit holding us back. You give us the rights of a sovereign nation and let the populace handle this. I can tell you within a month or less they would be standing in legal lines to “ask” for permission and verification they were legal. Screw all this nonsense, and it is just theater nonsense.

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  25. Fools Gold says:

    Where’s they’re state leaders and elected reps, senators, councils and local media, not to mention all the elected reps. In Washington reprensenting the state and national interest in the border states? You got to get your States “rights” first folks!

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  26. montanamel says:

    This cold anger sure burns a hole in your gut!
    Loved the tweet above with the current figures direct from PDJT.
    Send a note to the WH…back him and his use of 284….love it when Pigface’s head explodes!

    Where can we sign up for our march on DC ??? … (someone did start that rolling, didn’t you?).

    Check-6

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    • Hsssssss says:

      What March do you speak of? Kind of hard to take off work to go march when you are busy working and paying taxes so illegals can get free medical care and plenty of food for all those hungry illegal kids….

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  27. Hsssssss says:

    Attention anyone who owns property on the Southern Border – now is the time to sell – you can get big $$$ for your ranch and retire wealthier than you ever imagined!!! Just make sure the buyer has good intentions….or maybe their last name starts with T /s

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  28. Bricky says:

    The bottom line, the President needs to Make a Deal with the Democrats, period. At least that is what he believes.
    Why you ask? It’s all about attracting possible Democrat voters to enter into HIS political voting tent for the 2020 Presidential election. Why do you think he keeps stalling, talking/advertising about our border invasion on his twitter feed when he has the full legal authority to seal the border? (See government reports below)
    How many more times do you need to hear the president complain/tweet that his administration and Uniparty will not fund his wall?

    Did you ever imagine one day you would find out our elected Representatives would ignore their enumerated Constitution powers that protect American citizens in their own homeland and our countrys border?
    Americans have to be insane to let the Uniparty and President “make a deal” all for political gain. WAKE UP AMERICANS!

    Read the government reports below that give the President and Homeland Security full authority to protect our sovereign borders.

    Emergency Power Statutes
    https://ia802500.us.archive.org/3/items/senate-report-93-549/senate-report-93-549.pdf
    https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5694004-Congressional-Research-Service-Can-the.html

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  29. wodiej says:

    I don’t know why people live in these godforsaken places. I have a sister and my dad who live in New Mexico along with 2 nephews. I don’t get it and I worry about them.

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