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Jeffrey Jankowski

Jeffrey Jankowski

Critical Thinker
  • A wall is what Border Patrol thinks would help cut down on several different kinds of criminal activity. Drugs and human trafficking is the main concern of many locals near the southern border. On a side note, the lack of border allows people who don't want to be seen to traverse the millions of acres

    A wall is what Border Patrol thinks would help cut down on several different kinds of criminal activity. Drugs and human trafficking is the main concern of many locals near the southern border. On a side note, the lack of border allows people who don't want to be seen to traverse the millions of acres of land. There is currently a lack of personnel on the border to prevent problems from coming into the USA. Vigilantes who are former military are currently working on the border to monitor suspected cartel members. There is several videos of people in camo entering the country.

    5 billion dollars is easily available for a wall and won't hinder our economy.

    It is not an immoral request considering what's at steak.