While Liberals Bash The Idea Of A Wall On Our Southern Border, Obama Is Using Tax Payer Funding To Support A Wall... ON MEXICO'S SOUTHERN BORDER!
Every day we are told that building a wall along the southern border is racist, that building a wall won’t work, that building a wall is xenophobic. We look around the world and see a myriad of border walls and fences doing exactly as they are intended, protecting national sovereignty. These borders separate countries of different religions, languages, cultures, and races. Most of these barriers are constructed by countries to protect their national sovereignty, to protect their citizens, and preserve their economies. National interests that if failed to be protected would lead to starvation, infection, invasion, and in the worst of cases genocide. Yet for some reason in America, if you support national sovereignty and strong borders, you are considered a racist xenophobe. WHY then is President Barack Obama’s administration spending $75 million dollars of tax payer money on helping Mexico with its southern border wall?
The obvious answer is, we are helping the Mexican government stem the northward flow of central American immigrants who illegally cross into Mexico. Immigrants from Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, and Nicaragua who illegally enter Mexico with the intention of eventually illegally entering America. These illegal immigrants are often unvaccinated, uneducated, and in some cases members of extremely violent gangs. Mexican authorities are trying hard to protect their citizenry from diseases, violence, and economic hardship. These “helpful” efforts of our administration are detailed below by DailyCaller writer Alex Pfieffer
President Barack Obama has slammed Donald Trump’s proposal to make Mexico pay for a border wall, but his own administration is spending $75 million for border security on Mexico’s southern border. Since 2013, the Obama administration, through a partnership with the Mexican government known as the Mérida Initiative, has already spent at least $15 million helping Mexico secure its southern border, according to a nonpartisan Congressional Research Service report.
“With U.S. support, the Mexican government has been implementing a southern border security plan since 2013 that has involved the establishment of 12 advanced naval bases on the country’s rivers and three security cordons that stretch more than 100 miles north of the Mexico-Guatemala and Mexico-Belize borders,” Congressional Research Service wrote in a February 2016 report.
“The State Department has provided $15 million in equipment and training assistance, including NII equipment, mobile kiosks, canine teams, and training for INAMI officials in the southern border region. It plans to spend at least $75 million in that area,” CRC wrote.