Bernie Don’t Need No Stinkin’Wall

In a staged photo op and pandering moment, Bernie Sanders says that the United States border fence is not needed. Bernie claims that the issue is all “trumped up”, his words, not mine. He further asserts that all 11 Million illegal immigrants pose no threat and should be grated amnesty. In a definite Hakuna Matata! moment, Mr Sander’s worry-free philosophy came to the fore. Displaying his world government view that we should all just be under on roof he attacks anyone who has a different opinion. He needs to go take down his own gates and doors before he starts opening ours. As long as he was down there near Nogales, Arizona, he took another swipe at Sheriff Joe Arpiao. Bernie’s story of his wife’s visit there to Joe’s Tent City Jail has no reality based on the videos that came from there. You could call him a lying politician but that would be an oxymoron. Read on:

AFGE leaders, staffers and activists participate in #StopFastTrack rallies in the D.C. metro area during the month of April.
AFGE leaders, staffers and activists participate in #StopFastTrack rallies in the D.C. metro area during the month of April.

As Written By MARYALICE PARKS at ABC News:

Bernie Sanders on the Border: ‘We Don’t Need a Wall’

Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders called the controversy over immigration “trumped up” today during a visit to the U.S.-Mexico border near Nogales, Arizona, just days before the primary in this southwest state.

“The so-called immigration problem we face today at this particular moment, is a trumped up and exaggerated problem,” he said during a hillside press conference with the expansive, brown border fence stretching off into the distance behind him. His microphone was run off of a generator.

Sanders went on to quote numbers from the Pew research center that indicate more people have been going from the United State to Mexico, rather than the other way around.

“We don’t need a wall and we don’t need barbwire,” He said. “We need to fix our broken criminal justice system. First and foremost, it goes without saying that we need comprehensive immigration reform, we need to take 11 million undocumented people out of the shadows, out of fear, and we need to provide them with legal protection, and we need to provide them with a path toward citizenship.”


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