Fox News Shreds Sarah Huckabee Sanders Over Border Terror Claims

[SIZE=7][B]Fox News’ Chris Wallace Shreds Sarah Huckabee Sanders Over Border Terror Claims[/B][/SIZE]
“I studied up on this,” Wallace said as he disputed the White House press secretary’s claims about terrorists coming into the U.S.

By Hayley Miller

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Sunday continued to push the Trump administration’s false claims that terrorists pour into the U.S. across the border with Mexico. But Fox News’ Chris Wallace wasn’t having it.

Sanders had a heated exchange with the host of “Fox News Sunday” as she discussed President Donald Trump’s threat to continue the partial government shutdown if his demand for $5 billion to fund a U.S.-Mexico border wall isn’t met by Democrats.

“Let’s talk about the wall,” Wallace said. “The president talks about terrorists potentially coming across the border.”

He then showed a clip of Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen stating Friday that “over 3,000 special interest aliens” trying to enter the U.S. from the southern border had been stopped by Border Patrol agents.

“But special interest aliens are just people who have come from countries that have ever produced a terrorist, they’re not terrorists themselves,” Wallace said. He also cited State Department reports that found “no credible evidence of any terrorist coming across the border from Mexico.”

Sanders responded, “We know that roughly nearly 4,000 known or suspected terrorists come into our country illegally, and we know that our most vulnerable point of entry is at our southern border.”

Wallace, ready to pounce, interrupted Sanders with a blistering fact-check.

“Wait wait, ’cause I know the statistic,” he said. “I didn’t know if you were going to use it, but I studied up on this. Do you know where those 4,000 people come or where they’re captured? Airports.”

The exchange begins below around the 5:35 mark:

“Not always but certainly a large number,” Sanders said as Wallace continued to hammer his point.

“The state department says there hasn’t been any terrorists found coming across the southern border from Mexico,” he added.

Sanders, seemingly ignoring the facts laid out before her, said terrorists enter the U.S. “by air, it’s by land, it’s by sea” and that the southern border is the country’s “most vulnerable point of entry.”

“But they’re not coming across the southern border, Sarah,” Wallace persisted. “They’re coming and they’re being stopped at airports.”

Sanders continued to dance around the facts, saying that terrorists are “coming a number of ways.”

“I’m not disagreeing with you that they’re coming through airports,” she told Wallace. “I’m saying that they come by air by land and by sea, and the more and more that our border becomes vulnerable and the less and less that we spend time and money protecting it, the more that we’re going to have an influx, not just of terrorists, but of human traffickers, drug inflow and people who are coming here to do American citizens harm.”

Trump last month claimed the government had stopped terrorists from entering the U.S. from Mexico, but Reuters reported that no evidence backed up the president’s assertion, according to four government sources.

“People are pouring into our country, including terrorists,” Trump had said. “We have terrorists. We caught 10 terrorists over the last very short period of time. Ten. These are very serious people.”

Studies show undocumented immigrants commit less crime than native-born citizens. In fact, states with more undocumented immigrants have lower crime rates than states with fewer of them.

Wacha nicheke tu.the same thing i told a very mouthy patty hapa he refuted.He called it trash cnn shit.maybe pia fox is trash .truth is truth .

You want the truth? Can you handle the truth? And this is something I’ve pointed out before but which you conviniently ignore…

Why did Senator Barrack Obama, Senator Hillary Clinton, Senator Chuck Schumer, Joe Biden and 23 other democrats in 2006 whole heartedly SUPPORT George Bush’s republican act called The Secure Fence act to build an additional 700 miles or 1,100 km of border fence? Why did they support the wall then?

Chuck Schumer in 2009 said:

“[t]he American people need to know that, because of our efforts in Congress, our border is far more secure today than it was when we began debating comprehensive immigration reform in 2005. This progress includes … construction of 630 miles of border fence that create a significant barrier to illegal immigration on our southern land border.”

Ni siasa buda. They fear Trump will score political points with the wall.They know the wall is necessary.

Leta counter stats no one needs ur opinion.

Sasa tena imekuwa my opinion? The truth hurts doesn’t it? The democrats supported the wall in 2006 even asking for and even approving more funding…

But today because Trump is the one building the wall all of a sudden it is a racial wall…

What changed Chuck Schumer, in 2009 you were singing praises to the brand new wall.

Facts don’t lie…

[SIZE=7]Fact-check: Did top Democrats vote for a border wall in 2006?[/SIZE]
By Allison Graves on Sunday, April 23rd, 2017 at 3:06 p.m.

White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said he doesn’t understand Democratic opposition to funding the border wall because top Democrats voted for it just over 10 years ago.

During an April 23 segment on Fox News Sunday, Mulvaney talked down concerns about a government shutdown, but scolded Democrats for obstructing action on Trump’s border wall. Mulvaney pointed to the voting record of top Democrats in 2006 to explain his confusion.

“We want our priorities funded and one of the biggest priorities during the campaign was border security, keeping Americans safe, and part of that was a border wall,” he said.

“We still don’t understand why the Democrats are so wholeheartedly against it. They voted for it in 2006. Then-Sen. Obama voted for it. Sen. Schumer voted for it. Sen. Clinton voted for it. So we don’t understand why Democrats are now playing politics just because Donald Trump is in office.”

Mulvaney is referencing their votes on an act that authorized a fence, but as we’ve noted several times in the past, the 2006 fence was less ambitious than the wall Trump is proposing.

[SIZE=5]The Secure Fence Act of 2006[/SIZE]

The Secure Fence Act of 2006, which was passed by a Republican Congress and signed by President George W. Bush, authorized about 700 miles of fencing along certain stretches of land between the border of the United States and Mexico.

The act also authorized the use of more vehicle barriers, checkpoints and lighting to curb illegal immigration, and the use of advanced technology such as satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles.

At the time the act was being considered, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer were all members of the Senate. (Schumer of New York is now the Senate minority leader.)

Obama, Clinton, Schumer and 23 other Democratic senators voted in favor of the act when it passed in the Senate by a vote of 80 to 19.

Sanders has an ugly mourning voice. And she also suffers from the disease that afflicts all liars, letting herself be convinced by the lies she consistently tell on behalf of the lonely individual 1.

@marine1 @Purple Chuck Schumer in 2009 praising the wall.

Ryan Saavedra


Chuck Schumer in 2009:

-Americans don’t like illegal immigration
-“Illegal immigration is wrong”
-People illegally in the U.S. are “illegal aliens,” not “undocumented”
-Border fence made the southern border “far more secure…created a significant barrier to illegal immigration”


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In fact he sounds harsher than Trump:

[SIZE=5]A typical, classic politician. Chuck Schumer in 2009. Very tough on illegals. The wall is great!![/SIZE]


[SIZE=5]Chuck Schumer in 2018/19… ten years later…[/SIZE]

[SIZE=5]Chuck Schumer in 2009 VS Donald Trump comparison…[/SIZE]

Video does not lie…


Mjamaa kumbe huwa unanyamba na kuhara nonsense ukiwa umejificha Norway.

Surrounded by Trump look alikes everywhere.