Securing our borders isn’t RACIST and doesn’t mean less people get in2 minute read

“A nation that cannot control its borders is not a nation.” - Ronald Reagan

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Continuously, every night almost every hour like clock work, one of the talking heads says that taking away sanctuary cities, building a wall, and deporting illegal immigrants is racist, and wasn’t what our country was built on. Well that simply isn’t true. It’s the farthest thing from the truth. And I’ll explain…

The argument that everyone on the left always uses is that “your ancestors were illegal immigrants!” Yes, America was founded on immigrants, but that’s comparing apples to oranges. Back then their wasn’t a threat of radical terrorism. And even then the people coming from other countries to America was vetted, they were checked for diseases and family backgrounds. They couldn’t just walk in.

A country is made up of borders, that is what makes it a country. Without borders you don’t have a country. By having weak borders, and letting anyone in, it makes it much harder for good immigrants to be able to come in. It’s just like gun laws, criminals don’t care about laws, only law abiding people do. More gun control means less guns in good peoples hands, less secure borders makes it harder for good people to make it into our country and contribute to our society. A better and stronger border means less criminal aliens and more good law abiding people becoming American citizens. It really isn’t that hard to see.

Why would someone from another country, want to climb a border wall to come to America, rather than take the proper steps to becoming a citizen? Because they have something to hide. That’s not being racist, or paranoid, it’s just simple logic.

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