It looks as if MSNBC accidentally reported the truth on why the border wall is such a necessity for our nation’s security.
The network ran a segment on prototypes for President Trump’s wall being built along the U.S.-Mexico border, interviewing border agent Roy Villareal.
During the interview, with the camera pointed at the prototypes in the background, viewers can see a group of border agents on horseback head to a certain location along the old, existing fence.
“What happened?” MSNBC reporter Jacob Soboroff asked, adding as if to convey shock, “The people are crossing!”
Indeed, during the report on Trump’s border wall, several illegal immigrants jumped the existing, inadequate fence.
— Jordan ???????? MAGA (@Miami4Trump) October 23, 2017
“A small group of three people just jumped over in the middle of the day,” Soboroff reported. “So can you explain to me what’s going on?”
“This is the reality of every day border enforcement,” Villareal explained. “The United States is still the draw, the ultimate draw, for people that have dire situations where they’re at.”
He added, “We’re going to continue to witness this. It plays out on a regular basis for us.”
The incident was reminiscent of a visit to the border by Sen. [score]John McCain[/score] in 2013, in which he and fellow senators, including [score]Chuck Schumer[/score] (D-N.Y.), [score]Jeff Flake[/score] (R- Ariz.), and [score]Michael Bennet[/score] (D-Colo.), watched “a woman successfully climb an 18-foot bollard fence a few yards” from their location.
— John McCain (@SenJohnMcCain) March 27, 2013
That was in 2013! Here we are four years later, and our border is still as insecure as it was then.
The prototypes being built stand over 30 feet tall and will be tested by a private company in November.
Cross posted at the Mental Recession