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dasright bitches.
Posted from another board...

I want to share smoe more childish ignorance regarding the border, there a crisis or not. Here's what charts, statistics, and over generalizations don't pick up, standby, more real life stories... A long-time friend of thirty years who retired from Fedex a few years ago, lives in Tucson, has flown Civil Air Patrol up and down the border for years says the constant trash and swath of destruction over the hundred or so miles that he covers reveals, in his opinion, a bona-fide crisis of invasion by foreigners. He says farmers complain of their property being overrun, items stolen, used and then discarded, animals stolen, plus the fear of being robbed or walking in on someone in their house looking for food. Just imagine living in that kind of environment. [/size][/color]

Is his opinion 'more valid' than smoeone who lives a thousand miles away who can't see it, feel it, or taste it? [/size][/color]Well, the charts don't show it, so it must be fake news.

This is a crisis decades in the making. It's not a couple of buildings being knocked down by hijacked airliners, something spectacular to watch,...highlighting decades of [/size][/color]terrorism.
Ladies & germs, the President of the United States of America.  *points and laughs*

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This is what everyone was talking about today?

He's right. But 42% do not see it that way, Oh well now he can turn to other things, no collusion so that's out of the way, now he can watch the left squirm like a jar of leeches. And they will ,,,,,,,,,,he won the election how could they not.
You couldn't get a clue during the clue mating season in a field full of horny clues if you smeared your body with clue musk and did the clue mating dance.