Helicopter Tour of Arizona No-Man’s Land

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Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu told Breitbart News “nobody does” when asked who has operational control of this region of the United States of America.

Babeu was on a helicopter tour of Mexican drug cartel scout locations in caves in the side of mountains throughout the desert about 70 miles inside the U.S. border. Essentially, that means U.S. sovereignty is gone for hundreds, perhaps thousands, of square miles throughout the American southwest. See the video from Breitbart News below.

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    No you build a wall like the Chinese did so it can be manned by the military. They would be on top of the wall looking down ARMED of course. That way you would not need so many people to man it! Mine the border 50 yards on the U.S. side and MAKE IT CLEAR IT HAS BEEN MINED! That MIGHT stop the constant flow of INVADERS!!

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    A 100 foot tower with three camera pointing left to right of the fence, one mile away so the illegals can’t shoot the lens. The towers can be placed 3 miles apart. Our military on planes, and choppers have really good cameras. We can keep them out.

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    Article IV, section 4 of the US constitution,: “The United States shall guarantee to every state a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against invasion; and on application of the Legislature, or of the Executive(when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.

    Where has Obama’s Government protected against the invasion of illegal aliens at our border? NOWHERE!
    Where has the Obama Government protected against domestic violence? NOT IN FERGUSON, MISSOURI! NOT IN BALTIMORE, MARYLAND. NOWHERE HAS OBAMA’S GOVERNMENT PROTECTED AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE! IT HAS INSTEAD FOMENTED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ENCOURAGED THE INVASION OF ILLEGAL ALIENS!

    The Obama Government has failed in every instance it’s duty to protect the interest of the American people!
    It would be a great service to the people of America if the Governor of Arizona would direct the state’s National Guard, Air and Army, to light up the desert and exterminate the vermin illegally crossing our Southern border.

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      Let’s face it….the republicans have not done much about illegal immigration either. I suspect that they enjoy the cheap slave labor for their businesses. Especially the ones who haven’t figured out how to outsource all their labor at slave wages in Asia. Maybe we need a party that supports the american worker.

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    Wayne Cornelius is director of the Mexican Migration Field Research and Training Program at the University of California-San Diego. He wrote this in the Los Angeles Times: “Where is the proof that spending more on physical fencing-taller, stronger, longer-will do any good?”

    Ok, how’s this about San Diego from an Associated Press story by Elliott Spaget: “A 14 mile fence and tougher US enforcement have dramatically reduced the illegal flow of immigrants across this stretch of border.” “In San Diego, an 18 foot mesh fence extending 14 miles from the Pacific Ocean was completed in 2009, with razor wire topping about half of it.”

    Hit a little close to home with that? Of course, he tries to ignore the places where it does work by noting there are “nearly 700 miles of various kinds of physical fences.” Yeah, and that 700 miles is barely more than a third of the entire border, meaning the big majority has no fencing at all. And those “various kinds” include many miles of what are essentially cattle fences that an 8 year old could climb over. Others are “vehicle barriers” that might stop a truck or car but allow people to walk through.

    Very little of the total border is the type of the 14 mile San Diego barrier. When it comes down to it, people like Mr. Cornelius don’t want a fence so they say it won’t work. No one says a few people will not manage to get over a fortified fence, but it dramatically lowers the chances. The Border Patrol says they work because they slow illegals down, giving agents time to get there. Believe Mr. Cornelius or believe the Border Patrol.