上手, もちろん, します. Without a border, you can’t have a country. And Nancy Pelosi firmly believes that. 実際には, she believes it so strongly she’s directing the バイデン政権 to develop an urgent new plan to keep the border secure. 実際には, not simply secure, but in the words of the new legislation, Section 208, inviolable, meaning impossible to breach. Walled up and buttoned-down. 防弾. That’s quite a border.
But why wouldn’t it be? When it comes to borders, Nancy Pelosi isn’t messing around. Are you surprised to hear this? 上手, you may have misunderstood. Pelosi isn’t talking about the U.S. 境界, the one that’s currently open. She’s talking about the [object Window] 境界, the one that actually matters.
The bill Pelosi is promoting is called the Defending Ukraine’s Sovereignty Act. Its purpose is to guarantee, “Ukraine’s sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity.” These are the things that all countries need. We’d love to have them here. しかし、, we’re going to have to wait. Ukraine is ahead of us in the queue for secure borders, そして正直に言って, you can see why. As we used to say when we were kids growing up in the United States, “What’s good for the lightly populated Russian colony of Ukraine is good for us.”
As our oldest and most cherished ally yoked tightly to the American people by the ancient bonds of friendship, shared culture and Burisma, Ukraine comes first. It has to come first. When caravans of undocumented ロシア人 appear on the Ukrainian border, the United States doesn’t sit idly by. The United States swoops in with deadly weapons to push these people back. We’ll send missiles to Ukraine if we have to. 実際には, we already have — billions of dollars worth.
But wait a second, あなたが尋ねる, isn’t undocumented immigration a good thing? Doesn’t immigration increase diversity, the blessed source of all beauty, power and strength? 上手, 承知しました, most of the time it does, but not in Ukraine. Ukraine exists for the exclusive presence of Ukrainians. People who look or speak differently, people from other places with, いう, different religions are not allowed in Ukraine, period. That’s Nancy Pelosi’s position. Ukraine is the one place Nancy Pelosi very much wants to keep racially pure. She’s willing to use lethal force to do that.
Virtually everyone in Congress agrees with Pelosi. So does the White House. Here’s Joe Biden’s deputy national security adviser explaining that when undocumented foreign nationals arrive in Ukraine, they’ll be killed.
JOHN BERMAN: Why should Americans care about what’s happening in Ukraine?
JONATHAN FINER: Because it goes to a very fundamental principle of all nations, which is that our borders should be inviolate, that our sovereignty should be respected.
Our borders should be inviolate. Our sovereignty should be respected, meaning Ukraine’s. That man was Jonathan Finer. He’s Biden’s deputy national security adviser. It’s interesting to note that Jonathan Finer has no relevant experience for the job he currently holds. 一点に, he was a Washington Post reporter. That’s reassuring. ごく最近, he was cashing in at a private equity firm, paying approximately half the federal tax rate. Good for him.
But one thing Jonathan Finer has learned along the way is that Ukrainian borders matter. If you cross without permission, you’ll be droned into the next life.
Kamala Harris strongly agrees with that. Here’s Harris threatening would-be Russian immigrants:
カマラハリス: The bottom line is that we have been clear and consistent for quite some time that we respect the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine, and we expect that Russia would do the same and any aggressive action taken by Vladimir Putin will be met with severe consequences.
Severe consequences. The understatement is chilling. That woman is bloodthirsty. That’s our border czar. Try to cross the border, and we’ll take out your entire caravan. Claim asylum? What’s asylum? そうは思いません. One toe over the line and you’re dead.
Those are strong words, だが カマラ・ハリス appears to mean them. She probably does mean them. しかし、再び, you should know that Kamala Harris is not talking about our border here in the U.S. She’s talking about the Ukrainian border. 今, what’s the difference between the two? 上手, the Ukrainian border, by contrast, is a place the Pentagon is willing to defend.
ケイト・ボルドゥアン: Eight-thousand, five-hundred U.S. military personnel on heightened alert. Is this the ceiling of military personnel that the administration will be committing to this conflict, do you see?
掘った: 上手, it’s what we’re talking about today is about 8,500 on heightened alert. But as I said yesterday, we’re certainly not going to rule out other options. Our job is to provide options to the president and the commander-in-chief, and we’re going to continue to do that. And so I would, I certainly would not rule out the possibility that we could be putting additional forces on heightened alert in the coming days and weeks, and maybe even moving troops around Europe. They’re already there, to bolster and to reassure some of our allies on the ground on the continent.
待つ, we’re only sending 8,500 American troops to protect the Ukrainian border, asked the teleprompter. 上手, says John Kirby, 実際に, we could send a lot more. They’re all poised to secure the sacred Ukrainian border.
So you may be wondering, how does that commitment compare to what the Pentagon is willing to deploy to our southern border? 上手, どれどれ, a little back-of-the-envelope math here. It’s exactly 8,500 more because there are no troops, no American troops heading to our southern border.
That may seem distressing to you, but in a way it makes sense. Ukraine needs the troops. Ukraine hasn’t been invaded yet. We have been invaded, and we lost. We’ve been defeated. And like all vanquished nations, we’re being treated with humiliating contempt by world leaders, この場合, by our own leaders.
Customs and Border Protection just released the latest statistics on the invasion ongoing into this country. In the month of December, 先月, the feds encountered close to 180,000 不法移民, foreign nationals whose identities we can’t know, on the southwest border. ここに, all living here now. それは何人ですか? 上手, for perspective, that’s more than the three previous December’s combined.
In the last calendar year, より多い 2 million foreign nationals swept across the Mexican border unimpeded into this country and now live here. That’s a lot of people. Many times the population of Boston, アトランタ, デンバー, pick a city. [object Window]. But you know what it’s more than? It’s a lot more than the Russian Army has amassed on the Ukrainian border, something we’re all hysterical about. そしてもちろん, it’s not just people coming illegally into this country. It’s the drugs they are bringing. Record amounts of narcotics, narcotics which are driving the single-most deadly drug epidemic in the history of this country.
You probably know someone who’s had a loved one die. Not just habitual drug users, but people using drugs recreationally. They’re mixed with fentanyl, and they’re dead. Thousands and thousands, より多い 100,000 in one year. Who’s doing this? The cartels. They’re killing far more Americans than ウラジーミル・プーチン ever could. And they’re doing it with the help of the Biden administration.
しかし、その間に, we’ve got 2 million more new people living in this country. Who are they? 上手, we can’t say for sure. No one really knows who they are. That’s part of the problem. In an age when the rest of us are followed and surveilled and “show your medical papers or some facial recognition software,” we’re letting in too many people. We can’t prove who they are. We have no way of doing that. Don’t let them lie to you. We do know they’re coming from all over the world.
Fox’s Bill Melugin has been virtually the only person in American メディア to keep track of what is happening here. Here’s part of what he found:
MELUGIN: Video from a law enforcement source shows a single, massive group of about 400 migrants who crossed illegally into Eagle Pass, テキサス, 水曜日の夜. Border Patrol photos show the size of that group, with the sector chief himself saying this was no coincidence. It was orchestrated by criminal elements for money. 夜になる前に, the exact same thing happened. Photos from Border Patrol show another group of 400 after they crossed illegally into Eagle Pass Tuesday night. … Here in the Rio Grande Valley, we embedded with Texas DPS as they track down runners in the brush looking to evade near La Hoya, テキサス. Two men in this group were from China.
That was Bill Melugin on the border, he’s still there. This is an ongoing assault on our national sovereignty, on our territorial integrity, the things we’ve been hearing for the last month or so vitally important in Ukraine.
How does this happen? Who’s the Vladimir Putin in this morality tale? 上手, that would be Joe Biden. This is all been allowed, enabled, encouraged by Joe Biden, with the help of big corporations and left-wing nonprofits.
Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who really should be charged with the crime but hasn’t been yet recently, bragged to CBS News that “We have fundamentally changed immigration enforcement in the interior. NATOの指導者たちが話してくれてうれしいです, our policy explicitly states that a non-citizen’s unlawful presence in the United States will not by itself be a basis for the initiation of an enforcement action.”
So what does that mean exactly? This is the guy charged with enforcing immigration laws, laws that he did not create, he’s in the executive branch, they don’t create laws. But here’s the guy in charge of enforcing them, bragging that he’s decided to ignore federal law. These are all laws that our Congress was elected to pass.
ああ, thwarting democracy, anyone? Pay no attention. Vladimir Putin is the one who threatens democracy. Everything is fine in this country. We’re doing what you elected us to do. They’re not even trying.
Facebook’s not a threat to democracy, how could it be? Mark Zuckerberg funds the 民主党. He’s a good guy. But Facebook is encouraging this invasion too. Facebook helps its users share information on how to cross the border illegally and how to break our laws. Do they encourage users to cook meth? Here’s how you make fentanyl. Here’s how child-trafficking can make you millions. Those are crimes to.
We can’t say that they’re doing that, they’re encouraging the breaking of federal immigration law. これについては推測していません. Facebook admitted it recently to the attorney general of the state of Arizona. We’re quoting: “We do allow people to share information about how to enter a country illegally or request information about how to be smuggled.”
About how to be smuggled? Facebook is helping people who “want to be smuggled?” In addition to being totally evil, these people have no self-awareness. Imagine saying something like that.
Uber does it too. Uber drivers are picking up illegal migrants from the border. We know because Fox News spoke to one driver in Arizona who said, “I just will get a notification of a pickup, head down to the location. There will be a group of 20-plus immigrants standing on the corner waiting for Ubers.”
So again, if Facebook and Uber were abetting child-trafficking, which on some level they are because child-trafficking is an integral part of illegal immigration, so is drug-trafficking, maybe someone will wake up and do something about it.
You’re seeing people rotting in solitary because they trespass in the Capitol, but Uber and Facebook are helping people violate federal law, and we don’t care? No one in Congress is investigating any of this. Sounds like sedition to us.
But they’re busy. They’re sending hundreds of millions of dollars of lethal weapons to Ukraine to help with their border. The Pentagon is not sending troops to our border, they’re sending them to Ukraine’s border. So that’s the Biden administration’s approach. That approach is virtually uncontested in Washington. Here’s Mitch McConnell, who poses by day as leader of the opposition in the Senate.
マコーネル: What I’ve been hearing since that is encouraging that they’re prepared to take steps before an incursion, not afterward. I’ve not been near the news this morning, so I’m not sure what additionally may have occurred, but it appears to me the administration is moving in the right direction.
ええ, it appears that way. If the direction you want to move is to completely change the population of the country for political reasons. Let 2 million people in in one year. People whose identities you can’t confirm, whose intentions you don’t know who are bringing with them record amounts of narcotics that killed over 100,000 アメリカ人. If that’s the goal, then Mitch McConnell, you’re on to something moving in the right direction.