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Video President Trump visits border wall, holds border security roundtable FULL

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  • to meet just said hello to Reggie and
  • I've seen so much with with Reggie and
  • his incredible brother and family you
  • know that and we're here to make it to
  • learn a little while of the border and
  • we have fantastic people with us
  • including our great senators from the
  • state of Texas and thank you very much
  • John and Ted thank you very much for
  • being here and our lieutenant governor
  • who's been my friend for a long time and
  • I also hear your son is doing a very
  • good job
  • I hear he's doing a good job so I want
  • to thank all of you for being here
  • and we're going to go around the table
  • and say a few words Attorney General
  • thank you very much for being here
  • appreciate it what a job you've done
  • big victory you had recently - it's a
  • very important victory the individual
  • mandate we're going to see if that holds
  • up because it should that was the excuse
  • they had and now we'll see if it holds
  • up right but I think you're gonna be in
  • great shape I'm honored to be in McAllen
  • Texas with the heroes of Border Patrol
  • and they are heroes you know you have
  • have so much Border Patrol ice and law
  • enforcement generally you take so much
  • heat you take so much abuse from people
  • that don't know what they're talking
  • about I want to just say that you have a
  • friend with this administration and you
  • have a friend with me nobody does a
  • better job
  • and I have to add that you have no idea
  • how much you're loved by the public
  • maybe not by the fake news but you love
  • by the public beyond police and that
  • includes my friend Brandon and Brandon
  • thank you very much for being so great
  • you've been getting the word out how
  • important it is border security the wall
  • or the steel barrier they could have any
  • name they want but we have to have it
  • and it's gonna happen but law
  • enforcement an ice and Border Patrol
  • incredible job you do and the public
  • loves you the public not like they love
  • you and I just hope that none of you run
  • for president because that will you may
  • be the one people I've person that we
  • have a problem with because you are you
  • are highly respected in our country and
  • beyond our country we know what you do
  • with ms-13 we don't know what you do
  • with the gangs we know what you do with
  • crime and we also see what you're doing
  • the border boy I'll tell you what it's
  • it's tough stuff but it could be a lot
  • easier for you and you could be spread
  • all that differently if we had the walls
  • and we'll get it well get it I think
  • we're winning the battle in a very big
  • way so I just want to thank you all in
  • particular for being with us thank you
  • very much fellows thank you very much
  • really incredible I want to thank also
  • secretary Neilson and Commissioner macca
  • Lennon for being with us we made the
  • trip down from Washington and again
  • Senator John Cornyn has been an
  • incredible champion of what we're doing
  • and a very popular man in Texas and I
  • think we're running in two years
  • together and that's very good for both
  • of us I hope I think it is I think it's
  • my honor John I want to tell you the
  • people of
  • and we have another great friend of mine
  • Ted Cruz that he is a friend of mine
  • except for about four or five months in
  • before I was telling John that Ted and I
  • were in the campaign we liked each other
  • so much and I said look at some time
  • that'll end right Ted but we just we
  • actually would do joint appearances
  • together and the press would say when's
  • it gonna end us it it'll happen Ted
  • would say - it'll happen we didn't know
  • we'd be quite that violent but then the
  • friendship is at least equal to what it
  • was and I just want to congratulate you
  • because I was here we had that arena
  • with about 22,000 that was the the
  • Houston arena that was an incredible
  • night right and we had I think one
  • hundred nine thousand or one hundred and
  • six thousand people wanting to come they
  • had thousands outside and that was a few
  • weeks before the election I said I think
  • he's gonna win I think he's gonna win
  • nicely and I want to just congratulate
  • you that was not easy and now he lost
  • and he wants to run for president and I
  • said I thought you had a win to run for
  • president right but you did a great job
  • Ted we appreciate it
  • Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton who's
  • led some incredible cases Ken thank you
  • very much and lieutenant governor Dan
  • Patrick who's been again a friend of
  • mine for a long time I also want to
  • thank the governor he's going on Fox
  • tonight and he sends his regards and
  • we're gonna either see him later he's
  • coming into Washington but the governor
  • who just had a great campaign also he's
  • been fantastic and a big believer in
  • what we're doing so say hello to him and
  • I'll speak to him later thanks also to
  • Brandon Judd and the National Border
  • Patrol Council so Brandon I've known him
  • from the beginning and almost before I
  • announced he was for my ideas and he was
  • for us he was for me and I appreciate it
  • I appreciate it all your guys coming up
  • last week they had a big impact we said
  • to them what do you want who knows
  • better than them he knows better than
  • all of us put together and that group
  • was fantastic that we had in Washington
  • just a few days ago
  • and they went in television and anybody
  • that listened wouldn't even have a doubt
  • about it
  • so Brandon thank everybody we appreciate
  • it very much done a fantastic job the
  • border patrols Rio Grande Valley sector
  • who is from the sector do you have any
  • specific guys here from and in ladies
  • quite a few now you tougher than the
  • rest are you just tougher than the rest
  • I don't know maybe but I heard special
  • I heard special problems but there they
  • are how are you come on over there
  • that's fantastic and I've heard so much
  • about all of you and we're going to
  • spend a little time in a little while
  • together I don't know if we're walking
  • or flying but either one is okay with me
  • we're gonna see a lot but thank you for
  • being here in a few moments the American
  • people hear directly from our frontline
  • border agents about the tremendous flood
  • of illegal immigration
  • drug trafficking human trafficking a
  • phenomena that has been going on for a
  • thousand years or more and that you
  • think was something that modern society
  • wouldn't have and I hate to tell you
  • that because of the internet it's worse
  • than ever before human trafficking is a
  • horrible thing and much of it comes it's
  • a world problem not a u.s. problem only
  • and they come across the border and it's
  • a it's a bad thing and they drive they
  • just go where there's no security what
  • you don't even know the difference
  • between Mexico and the United States
  • there's no line of demarcation they just
  • go out and where there's no fencing or
  • walls of any kind they just make a left
  • into the United States and they come in
  • and they have women tied up they have
  • tape over their mouths electrical tape
  • usually blue tape as they call it it's
  • powerful stuff not good and they have
  • three four or five of them in vans or
  • three of them and back seats of cars and
  • they just drive right in they don't go
  • through your points of entry they go
  • right through him and if we had a a
  • barrier of any kind a powerful barrier
  • whether it's steel or concrete if we had
  • a barrier they wouldn't be able to make
  • that turn and they wouldn't even bother
  • trying
  • they can't go through the points with
  • people so we would stop that cold we
  • would stop it cold and they can't fly in
  • obviously for obvious reasons so we'd
  • stop human trafficking in this section
  • of the world I think would stop at
  • nineteen ninety five percent of
  • tremendous percentage would stop and you
  • also have the criminal gangs coming in
  • they don't walk through the points of
  • entry they come where nobody's around
  • and you're talking about hundreds and
  • hundreds
  • miles 2,000 miles but we need 500 miles
  • of border one of the things that has
  • happened is and I was explaining to the
  • two senators and to Dan in the car that
  • one of the the things that really is
  • happening is without saying it too
  • loudly and I told them it Dan said could
  • you repeat that story when I say Mexico
  • is going to pay for the wall that's what
  • I said Mexico's going to pay
  • I didn't say they're gonna write me a
  • check for 20 billion or 10 billion how
  • would you gonna write a check I said
  • they're gonna pay for the wall and if
  • Congress approves this incredible trade
  • bill that we made with Mexico and Canada
  • by the way but with Mexico in this case
  • they're paying for the wall many many
  • times over and Dan said would you do me
  • a favor say that and I do say but the
  • press sort of refuses to acknowledge it
  • when I say Mexico is going to pay for
  • the wall that's what I mean Mexico's
  • paying for the wall and I didn't mean
  • please write me a check I mean very
  • simply they're paying for it in the
  • trade deal and sometimes I'd say that so
  • hopefully people will start to
  • understand now if the deal doesn't get
  • approved by Congress which would be hard
  • because it's so much better than NAFTA
  • NAFTA was a horrible trade deal one of
  • the worst ever made it really hurt our
  • country but now we have the u.s. MCA and
  • it's a great deal and I think that I
  • think that you're gonna see some
  • tremendous improvement for the farmers
  • and for the people of Texas so law
  • enforcement professionals at DHS the men
  • and women in this room have told us what
  • they need to secure a border these are
  • the people we went to it's not only the
  • wall of the barrier it's the equipment
  • for seizing the drugs we have tremendous
  • equipment today it's expensive but
  • tremendous equipment that when you do
  • drive through one of the ports of entry
  • we have equipment that we'll be able to
  • detect the drugs and it's the finest in
  • the world and we're getting it ready
  • it's part of what we're asking for it's
  • not only the wall and we've taken their
  • recommendation straight to Congress but
  • Congress as you know the Democrats are
  • holding us up because they don't want it
  • they think it's good politically I think
  • a disaster for them politically but I'm
  • not doing for politics I'm doing it
  • because it's right I'm doing it because
  • it's right and before when I left
  • Washington I said they can't have a
  • problem with crime because the people
  • that are coming in the criminals the
  • gangs the traffickers the drugs it's all
  • crime and the only way you're gonna stop
  • it is the way these people are strongly
  • recommending that if we stopped Brendon
  • so hopefully I hear we're making a lot
  • of progress I even hear certain members
  • of the of Congress the Democrats are
  • saying we better get this thing going
  • this isn't working out too well for us
  • because nobody's gonna win the battle of
  • strong borders and no crime as opposed
  • to open borders and crime doesn't matter
  • because that's what this same crime
  • doesn't matter we have people that have
  • been so horribly hurt families that have
  • been so horribly hurt by people that
  • just come in like it's like just come
  • into the United States do whatever they
  • want
  • in many cases they'll even then they'll
  • come back or in many cases they stay and
  • we've done a very good job at the border
  • considering we're not given the right
  • laws we have laws that are so bad
  • they're archaic and they're horrible and
  • we don't have the barrier so our plan
  • includes drug detection technology at
  • our ports more officers and agents far
  • more more beds to house the influx of
  • the influx of unlawful migrants medical
  • support closing the disastrous loopholes
  • that incentivize child smuggling the
  • single biggest victims of what is
  • happening at our border are children
  • they're being used by the Coyotes
  • they're being sold left and right people
  • are grabbing them to get in because our
  • laws are really lousy and if you have a
  • child with you it's easier to get in
  • these people know it better than anybody
  • far better than the people in Washington
  • and I think the biggest victims are
  • children and women women would be right
  • there with the children these are the
  • victims and it's women mostly in terms
  • of the smuggling and what's going on
  • with that so we're gonna take care of
  • this problem and to think anybody can
  • even think about fighting it is
  • ridiculous so we're gonna build a
  • powerful steel barrier they didn't want
  • to use concrete I said okay I'll you
  • steel it's stronger it's also more
  • expensive by the way but it's stronger
  • how you steel so we'll go to steel baron
  • now people should be happy they said
  • concrete we don't want a concrete wall I
  • said that's okay we'll build a steel
  • wolf I like it better if you want to
  • know the truth Ted and we'll call it a
  • barrier instead of a wall and I'm okay
  • with that too
  • I don't care what you call it but it's
  • got to be there Democrats have refused
  • to listen to the border agents and they
  • say this is a manufactured crisis that's
  • a new sound bite all over I turned the
  • television you know I caught the
  • opposition party it's called fake news
  • media and what happens is every every
  • Network has a manufactured crisis this
  • is a man every one of them it's like
  • they you know send out to everybody
  • let's use this soundbite today so it's a
  • manifest at what is manufactured is the
  • use of the word manufactured it's
  • manufactured by them every single of the
  • negatives but they're not winning
  • because it's common sense it's common
  • sense they say a wall has been evil well
  • so is the wheel a wheel is older than a
  • wall and I looked at every single car
  • out there even the really expensive ones
  • that the Secret Service uses and believe
  • me they are expensive I said do they all
  • have wheels yes oh I thought it was
  • medieval the wheel is older than the
  • wall you know that and there are some
  • things at work you know what a wheel
  • works at a wall works
  • nothing like a wall the government shut
  • down because Democrats will not fund
  • border security plain and simple and
  • again more than just the walls they're
  • open borders agenda threaten all
  • american families including millions of
  • legal immigrants throughout our nation
  • in the last two years alone our
  • courageous ice offices many of whom are
  • with us arrested criminal aliens charged
  • with or convicted of 100,000 assaults
  • this in the last year 30,000 sex crimes
  • and 4,000 violent killings were deeply
  • moved to have with us
  • Reggie Singh whose brother Ronald Ronald
  • Singh an incredible guy I mean I watched
  • and I I've rarely felt worse in watching
  • news of our nation than watching your
  • family and the love that you have to
  • your brother I could see that Reggie the
  • way it came through it came through loud
  • and clear and there are so many other
  • people who have the same nobody covers
  • them you know when they talk about how
  • unfair how this how that nobody talks
  • about how unfair it is to the victims of
  • these brutal killings and by the way
  • over the years there's thousands of them
  • I don't mean hundreds I don't mean in
  • the teens I mean thousands of them and
  • these officers can all tell you about
  • them and I'd like to if I could because
  • I watched a family right around
  • Christmastime and I watch them suffer
  • and I I'd like to ask if Reggie maybe
  • you could say a few words about your
  • incredible brother the job he was doing
  • he was so beloved by the people in the
  • department and beyond the department and
  • maybe you could say a few words about
  • your brother please
  • so Rennell sing of we are surely
  • originally from Fiji Alice you always
  • wanted to be in law enforcement so
  • legally we migrated to America to
  • fulfill his dream to join the law
  • enforcement after uh English is our
  • second language he worked on that got
  • his education apply for law enforcement
  • agency and he was asked to get his
  • citizenship he worked towards that and
  • he became a cop k-9 corporal canine and
  • the way he was killed what my family is
  • going through right now I do not want
  • any other family law enforcement person
  • to go through that whatever it takes to
  • minimize put a stop to it my family
  • fully supports it and 33 years old
  • Ronelle Singh was cremated and I had to
  • pick up his remains it breaks my heart
  • and no one should ever ever go through
  • that looking at that five month-old baby
  • looking for his dad no one should ever
  • go through that on Christmas Day
  • that was a tough one - it was a tough
  • one for a lot of people not only the
  • family for a lot of people in this
  • country that was a tough thing to watch
  • also with us
  • Marie Vega whose son Border Patrol agent
  • Xavier Vega Jr who is another person who
  • was loved by so many in the department
  • on the Border Patrol we had so many
  • people talking they're still talking so
  • much about him it happened in 2014 he
  • was out fishing with his wife his
  • parents and his kids and Marie I'd like
  • to baby have say a little bit about your
  • son because he is so loved and respected
  • still in this room please thank you
  • thank you
  • my name is Marie Vega we have two sons
  • my husband javi Etta and I very proud of
  • both of them both of the Marines Harvey
  • at a very young age expressed a love for
  • for for law enforcement and like you
  • know the parent that wants the child to
  • grow up and be something and be a
  • productive human we supported him
  • and he showed interest in the police
  • force numerous times he rode with the
  • police officers around our town
  • surrounding towns when he was in high
  • school he told us that he wanted to be a
  • Marine and of course it's like okay you
  • want to be a Marine you're gonna start
  • this you're gonna follow through and
  • you're gonna finish it and that's what
  • he did he became a marine upon leaving
  • the United States Marine Corps he went
  • to college became a bio med engineer
  • and almost immediately after graduating
  • he was offered a job at Christus Spohn
  • in Kingsville while working at Christus
  • Spohn because he was surrounded by
  • agents and saw how they worked and still
  • with that you know love for law
  • enforcement in his heart he came to me
  • came to my husband and said mom dad I
  • want to be a border patrol agent
  • and of course again you know ok you want
  • to be a Border Patrol agent then you're
  • gonna be a Border Patrol agent and
  • became an agent I always worried about
  • him you know like I got worried about
  • our family now you know I want them to
  • go to work be safe come home to their
  • family safely and always every day I was
  • you know scared that I would lose my son
  • never in my wildest dream did I ever
  • imagine my son dying at a family outing
  • it was supposed to be a peaceful fun you
  • know fishing afternoon and it it didn't
  • happen that way it didn't happen that
  • way because we had a criminal illegal
  • alien that killed him he came thinking
  • that he was entitled to one of the two
  • vehicles that we had there this no
  • family like mr. Singh says should go
  • through this no one no family should
  • suffer the loss of a child a parent
  • should not have to bury their child
  • we need the wallet when they say we need
  • the wall I don't mean just build the
  • wall there's other things that we need
  • to do also we need to enforce
  • immigration laws we need tougher judges
  • we need the wall itself our Border
  • Patrol agents need to have what they
  • should have the equipment the materials
  • they need to do their job
  • very proud of you right now thank you
  • very much what Marie said is right more
  • than just the wall we have to give these
  • incredible people the tools to work with
  • we're not doing that politicians in
  • Washington are saying oh you know they
  • don't know the first thing about they've
  • never been here they don't know the
  • first thing about what we're talking
  • about so we're gonna hear from a couple
  • of our landowners a couple of the folks
  • that live in the area and areas that
  • we're discussing I think I'd like to
  • start off with our Texas leaders and
  • they are indeed leaders and say a few
  • words about what we're here for and what
  • we support and what's going to happen
  • and we have no choice
  • and maybe we'll start with John Cornyn
  • senator Cornyn say a few words please
  • Thank You mr. president
  • for being here
  • the crime that occurs as a result of
  • people who don't come here to achieve
  • their American dream but people who come
  • here to cause death and destruction and
  • human misery before you you see they
  • will have somebody go through some of
  • the things that are in front of us but I
  • see here for example heroin and
  • methamphetamine that's been seized we
  • see both cash three hundred and
  • sixty-two thousand dollars when the
  • drugs are sold in the United States they
  • have to get the cash back across the
  • border to the cartels and you see the
  • sorts of weapons that are used by the
  • drug cartels and others in the you can
  • imagine the violence that goes along
  • with that and so when I when people like
  • Ted and I hear our colleagues in
  • Washington say that
  • this is a manufactured crisis we kind of
  • wonder what planet they've been living
  • on because this is not just about
  • economic migrants this is about people
  • who exploit the vulnerabilities in our
  • border this is about the 70,000 people
  • who died of drug overdoses in America
  • just last year a substantial portion is
  • from the heroin that comes from Mexico
  • 90% of the heroin that is used the
  • United States comes from Mexico and as
  • you point out the human tragedy
  • associated with human trafficking sex
  • slavery modern slavery all of that's
  • associated with our inability to control
  • the way we need to control our southern
  • borders so thank you for being here and
  • thank you for your concern and I want to
  • particularly thank mister seeing and
  • this Vega for their willingness to come
  • and tell their story and their courage
  • Thank You Janet very much senator Cruz
  • glad to welcome you to the valley and
  • one of the things you said a minute ago
  • about the men and women here at border
  • patrol and Isis you refer to them as
  • heroes exactly right
  • these are brave courageous leaders I've
  • been out on midnight Patrol with the
  • agents here the RTV Center and they have
  • a difficult job that they do each and
  • every day they risk their lives
  • you know all of us mr. sang prayers are
  • with your family the tragedy you endure
  • nobody should have to miss Vega we we
  • love you and mr. Vega is sitting back
  • here as well and this whole community
  • loves the Vega family and has mourned
  • their son's loss alongside them illegal
  • immigration produces tragedies every day
  • human smuggling drug smuggling children
  • being abused women being sexually abused
  • opioids that are destroying last year
  • 72,000 people lost their lives to drug
  • overdoses more than a car accidents in
  • this country and much of those drugs are
  • flooding across this southern border and
  • so I just want to commend you for
  • standing up and fighting this fight one
  • thing there's not a lot of in Washington
  • is back them and and and and I want to
  • commend you for helping infuse some more
  • backbone in Washington this is a fight
  • the people of Texas and the American
  • people want the borders secured they
  • want the federal government to have the
  • backs of the men and women in this room
  • that are risking their lives to keep us
  • safe and and and so thank you for
  • highlighting this crisis when we see
  • politicians go on TV and say the borders
  • secure and and and there is no crisis
  • they're ignoring reality they're
  • ignoring the lives that are jeopardized
  • each and every day so thank you for
  • leading this fight thank you I
  • appreciate it
  • dan if you could say a few words also
  • I'd like to have somebody get up and
  • give us just for the media a little
  • definition of exactly what's in front of
  • us because it looks pretty brutal this
  • is not a manufacture deal as you say
  • this is the real stuff and this is
  • nothing compared to what they have this
  • is actually nothing compared to what
  • they have so is somebody going to be
  • able to explain this to us quickly
  • good good Carlos please just go ahead
  • thank you thank you thank you girl
  • 1200 grams of heroin that were seizing
  • the commercial conveyance that was
  • making entry in the port of entry
  • officers noticed some discrepancies the
  • conveyances report - to x-rays and it
  • was it was
  • during during the exam they were able to
  • identify anomalies within the veins
  • where the use of arcane detector dogs
  • were able to seize and Prejudice right
  • here this particular lung these are fire
  • extinguishers these fire extinguishers
  • were intercepted at the port of Odessa
  • Texas it was a male that has arrived in
  • the United States and our stingers are
  • used in deportation of methamphetamine
  • and heroin 100 grams of heroin and 8
  • keys of method
  • also we have some weapons overseas and
  • reports of injury also with that
  • systems our federal partners and state
  • partners whether so we have three whole
  • tendons are gold-plated impressive with
  • diamonds
  • those were seized at the arrival point
  • of entry you have a ar-15 that was
  • seized with assistance of our state and
  • local partners with a test box officers
  • in 1847 that was seized by the officers
  • and become a port of entry going
  • southbound during a southbound
  • inspection there was nurse behavior
  • there was this played by by the driver
  • subsequently the officers were able to
  • to find the ak-47 in the backseat he
  • also had a fifty caliber rifle during
  • the inspection that port of entry
  • officers with the use of a mag equipment
  • or x-rays able to detect people under
  • that compartment was found in the back
  • seat of a vehicle subsequently
  • the assistance our homeland security
  • investigative partners and air marine
  • there was a survey that was conducted on
  • the vehicle went into a deep not
  • disclosed location from that
  • occasionally traffic stop was conducted
  • and the 15
  • what answer
  • now three guns that you see a corporate
  • handgun
  • okay it says this is just a little
  • recent this is all very recent didn't
  • have to go they didn't have to go very
  • far
  • this is over multi-agency seizure was
  • detected by Border Patrol station
  • suspected currency smuggler who to use a
  • cotton swab resulted in further
  • investigation he gave his consent into
  • his house k9 came in search cut this
  • suspect was suspected also of marriage
  • Bron
  • he was an over state he also had multi
  • thousands of dollars of financial
  • transactions all illicit
  • 362,000 of many
  • and the dogs are incredible are they
  • have in terms of finding the drugs but
  • also they buy money and drugs like drugs
  • I'll start over here
  • Publius checkpoint which is guarded here
  • same
  • here we've got pictures depicting some
  • seizures of marijuana and
  • fireworks it just so happens when this
  • multi agency task force Border Patrol
  • included when to go execute a warrant
  • the stuff fits inside the house actually
  • started trying to burn the marijuana and
  • actually try to snow it throughout the
  • different regard when we were able to
  • successfully didn't seize the marijuana
  • and make the arrest as well as other
  • features this here very sad the words
  • resonate with me it's very dangerous
  • we've got a vehicle that fell to yield
  • to Border Patrol agents this be able
  • eventually the driver lost control in
  • town
  • vehicle onto a pipe heat Jumma the man
  • who died and that
  • sixteen other subjects seriously injured
  • all
  • here you're seeing the inside of the
  • first trailer
  • endanger these folks that they are
  • smuggling
  • yeah
  • here
  • miles from here this is a tunnel this is
  • the
  • this is an area that we actually have
  • wall
  • we have some technology and agents that
  • piece of Miriam was really important to
  • you to be criminal
  • we're doing such a great job utilizing
  • the right resource at that particular
  • area that they become so frustrated
  • they're using
  • actually
  • this is about 25 feet long about 2 to 3
  • feet high
  • we were fortunate enough that when the
  • station next to us their folk Patrol
  • actually bunched in our area with their
  • very vigilant they look for new landings
  • they look for anything that was
  • different the day before and they were
  • actually able to see this was very
  • welcome
  • but they were so vigilant
  • there is no telling what all else was it
  • comes
  • here this vehicle was actually floated
  • across the
  • with narcotics loaded on a trailer with
  • barrels narcotics in the bed of the
  • truck
  • narcotics in the
  • this is technology that we have here
  • that
  • along the Rio Grande but on the Mexican
  • side getting ready to cross the United
  • States that technology is so important
  • so our agents have time flow
  • [Applause]
  • we got large juice
  • and sadly
  • this is a deceased object
  • somebody who probably was trying to
  • cross the room brand
  • pretty cool right here two juveniles
  • from Mexico trying to smuggle over a
  • thousand pounds here in
  • Allen area they actually ran the vehicle
  • they ran into a Border Patrol agent
  • that's an assault they were trying to
  • get away two juveniles over a thousand
  • pounds
  • this is a stash house mr. president
  • the smugglers they don't care they're
  • treating human beings as commodities
  • they put them in a horrible situation
  • sometimes their houses up to eight days
  • sometimes even more
  • this is terrible this is just the
  • American people need to understand like
  • you stated just now we no matter we know
  • what the cost is to your two families to
  • our families to our communities to the
  • country we're here to serve after here
  • to protect not just ourselves and
  • everybody in the country but even the
  • people who are being taken advantage of
  • [Music]
  • this prison I would share with you that
  • our state troopers seized 94 pounds of
  • petrol last year which on the street
  • breaks down to 21 million lethal doses
  • 21 million lethal doses as we talk about
  • our opioid crisis so those of you who
  • say this is a manufactured crisis
  • it's a manufactured cover-up by your
  • opposition we have we had 500,000 people
  • apprehended crossing the border from san
  • diego to brownsville last year more than
  • half in texas and most of those in this
  • sector between brownsville and falcon
  • dam we need the wall we need the fencing
  • we have 54 miles you're about to build
  • 22 more miles which leaves about 128
  • miles on the other side of the border
  • here about 10 miles away mr. president
  • there's a city of a million people
  • Reynosa without a police force every
  • night running gun fight to the streets
  • between the Mexican Marines and the
  • cartels just 8 miles from here
  • and anyone who says we don't need a
  • fence or a wall or a barrier or more law
  • enforcement that are deceiving the
  • American people so you're right mr.
  • president and we're with you and they
  • say it's immoral what's the moral is all
  • the killing that's taking place by
  • people just walking across or deceiving
  • the American people that they are there
  • and they know better and they all know
  • it's an indefensible position even
  • people that aren't into it like we are
  • where we're studying it and working or
  • would want to end it and we can end it
  • everybody knows that what we're saying
  • is right Thank You economic impact to
  • the country in Texas we have a million
  • students who who aren't proficient or
  • don't speak English and these are good
  • people that want to come here but
  • tremendous cost of the taxpayer that's
  • about one out of every five students the
  • health care cost and the humanitarian
  • cost no one should have to die trying to
  • come to America and the Democrat
  • opposition is creating that situation
  • yeah okay well I want to thank you and I
  • think a lot of people are getting it now
  • because it's very simple it's not
  • complex
  • we don't have a barrier a very
  • substantial barrier of some kind you're
  • never going to be able to solve this
  • problem and everybody gets whether
  • you're educated in this world are not
  • educated in this world you don't have to
  • be at all they don't get it that's why
  • you see Congress now Democrats in
  • Congress are coming out say hey we don't
  • like this subject that was just a big
  • article I won't give your competition
  • the publicity but there was a big
  • article in a very important media outlet
  • that just came out where a lot of the
  • young Democrats just elected to office
  • of breaking up and they're saying hey
  • wait a minute this our position meaning
  • the Democrats position of no barrier no
  • wall is indefensible and it's gonna
  • happen it's gonna happen more and more
  • because it's common sense
  • what would you say something please
  • you've done a great job mr. president
  • I'd like to say that if you all know the
  • department defense is fully supported
  • the Department of Homeland Security and
  • Customs important patrol with thousands
  • of service members the multiple
  • components and we continue to leap
  • forward and one to support in the
  • mission
  • okay and I called on you and I called on
  • the Department of Defense to come down
  • and help because we had Caravan storming
  • we have another one forming believe it
  • or not in Honduras and we paid them many
  • tens of millions of dollars they do
  • nothing for us they do nothing and if
  • you think that country is trying to stop
  • don't believe it okay and that goes for
  • Guatemala that goes for El Salvador if
  • they want to stop it they can stop it
  • but they form and then they come in
  • through Mexico they break in and you saw
  • what happened they broke in because they
  • didn't have the wall and I think they're
  • thinking about building a wall on their
  • southern border now but I want to thank
  • the military they've been incredible
  • they came up and from day one they
  • worked nobody's seen anybody work like
  • that and they put the essentially barbed
  • wire but it's called barbed wire at
  • times ten and it was very effective to
  • put it mildly very effective without
  • that we would have been it would have
  • been a stampede right into our country
  • so I just want to thank the military I
  • know you're still working with us on it
  • and I'm unfortunately I have to tell you
  • that they have another one for me
  • and we'll handle that as it happens and
  • we're working with Mexico we appreciate
  • that but we're working with Mexico very
  • much Attorney General please say a few
  • words thank you so much for coming to
  • the border so many people in Washington
  • talked about the borders that they know
  • what's going on if they don't come down
  • here so thank you also thank you for
  • your vision your persistence your
  • willingness to stand up I think like no
  • other leader we've had president and non
  • president you've done more for border
  • security to push this forward and look
  • we have two stories horrific stories of
  • people losing their lives and in Texas
  • unfortunately you're not the only two
  • families that have suffered we keep
  • track of statistics in Texas related to
  • border security our State Police has
  • addressed hundreds of thousands of crime
  • hundreds of homicides and so we have
  • hundreds of thousands of stories just
  • like this that have affected real people
  • and our our families in Texas and so
  • thank you for for addressing that we
  • also hear that the Dare ative is that
  • the wall won't work if you go to El Paso
  • we've put up a barrier there I think it
  • was under the Bush administration it's
  • over 100 miles long
  • El Paso used to have one of the highest
  • crime rates in America after that fence
  • woulda went up and separated Juarez
  • which is still has extremely high crime
  • rate the crime rates in El Paso now some
  • of the lowest in the country so we know
  • it works so the narrative is is
  • incorrect and we've tested it in Texas
  • and finally I wanted to say something
  • about your comments about human
  • trafficking I started human trafficking
  • unit my first year in office and I did
  • it because largely because of the border
  • we have the second highest human
  • trafficking rate in the country over
  • 300,000 people are victims of that crime
  • every year that's this research Houston
  • is the worst city in America and so
  • we're addressing that and border
  • security will clearly have a positive
  • impact on those horrible and horrific
  • horrific statistics they're affecting
  • our women our children so thank you very
  • much mister thank you very much what
  • you're saying is interesting because
  • you'll have a wall or a barrier and then
  • you want and what they do is they walk
  • up kick it through they come in and they
  • eventually find an opening and it's the
  • openings where they come in and we don't
  • want to have the openings we're going to
  • have gates where they come in legally
  • but other than that we don't want to
  • have openings and you'll see the crime
  • rate in this country go way down and
  • we're already doing very well in terms
  • of crime rate but it's not being helped
  • by what's going on we could make it a
  • lot better so I appreciate it very much
  • thank you very much Brendan mr.
  • president
  • I can't hear it this big gentleman right
  • here he said he didn't like that uh he
  • might be able to handle it he was the
  • right person for them I appreciate I
  • appreciate the leadership that you've
  • provided
  • I appreciate the access that you have
  • given our virtual agents to our leaders
  • like Secretary Nelson nobody has ever
  • come down and spoken to our agents as
  • much as Secretary Nelson has and we
  • appreciate that we appreciate the
  • leadership on commissioner McClendon has
  • provided in the access that you have
  • allowed our agents with with these
  • individuals I appreciate you having
  • Senator Cornyn and senator Cruz here
  • with us today these two individuals
  • played such a huge role in getting
  • Xavier Vegas death declared as a line of
  • duty death without their leadership that
  • wouldn't happen and I appreciate you
  • wanting them to be here from a personal
  • experience as a Border Patrol agent I
  • can tell you what barriers do I started
  • my career in El Central California 21
  • years ago we had very few barriers we
  • had illegal border crossings that were
  • out of control it was the busiest sector
  • at that time we put up physical barriers
  • and illegal border crossings dropped
  • exponentially I then went to NACO
  • Arizona we were the busiest station at
  • that time 20 2004 2005 we were arresting
  • one small station we were arresting over
  • a hundred thousand illegal aliens per
  • year at that station we built physical
  • barriers it dropped from a hundred
  • thousand down to twenty thousand
  • that's how physical barriers work they
  • work and we appreciate the leadership
  • that you're providing in order to get us
  • those those things that we need such as
  • personnel technology and the
  • infrastructure which is barriers thank
  • you very much mr. president thank you
  • very much and Brendan it's been you just
  • sit here listening it's like not a
  • contest there's no two sides or anything
  • and all they're doing is looking at
  • 20/20 and they figure they can't win
  • maybe they can do this or they can come
  • up with some other issue I can tell you
  • about another couple of issues they're
  • using and because we've had great
  • achievement but I won't consider myself
  • to have and that great achievement
  • unless we can straighten out your border
  • and we're working on it and your son and
  • your brother will not have died in vain
  • I can tell you that they will not have
  • died in vain it's a very important
  • purpose to all of this very important
  • Monti I agree that's a very
  • uncomfortable position I wouldn't want
  • to be in that chair but you're a tough
  • guy you can handle it please say if you
  • would mr. president first thing I want
  • to say is thank you for taking the time
  • out of your busy schedule to come down
  • here and address the situation that we
  • do live on a daily basis not only asses
  • Ranchers or anything but all the law
  • enforcement agencies senator Cruz hit it
  • right on the head whenever he said you
  • know you got a backbone and that's
  • exactly why we elected you and we wanted
  • you in the White House and we appreciate
  • you not giving up on that I grew up in
  • the Rio Grande Valley home born and
  • raised down here my family's not the
  • third generation down here
  • fifteen 20 years ago we didn't have this
  • kind of problem we had a great flow of
  • the illegal immigrants coming across but
  • those people were harmless and they
  • wanted to come over here for a better
  • life and work unfortunately it's not the
  • same thing anymore there's been many
  • times where we'd be out on the ranch or
  • even to three o'clock in the morning
  • cold drizzly rainy night have a family
  • come up and beat on my back door or on
  • the front porch I go out there and it's
  • a family and distress
  • you know we feed them with water and
  • they're asking for help we're passionate
  • people and that's that's what we do so
  • we call for help we get them over there
  • with feed them clothe them whatever we
  • have to do unfortunately a few times
  • we've also had a few young females come
  • up that you could tell had been sexually
  • assaulted they were scared out of their
  • mind they get let around in the brush
  • for three or four days and get
  • disoriented on their direction and told
  • by their coyotes that Houston's right
  • there this is where you want to go these
  • people paid $3,000 a piece to come
  • across it's everything that they could
  • garner shot you know wage wise to pay
  • these people they walking ten miles
  • across the border walking around in the
  • brush and disappear on their loss
  • they're hopeless they don't know what to
  • do so they give up and they say can you
  • call Border Patrol for me more to throw
  • my hats off to you guys I see how you
  • work all the time you're you're under
  • man the Sheriff's Department everybody
  • we got a break sheriff from the dial
  • County and probably call him my friend
  • as well any time that we've had any
  • instances I lost my father five years
  • ago and when that happened there was a
  • lot of traffic going on I didn't live at
  • the ranch at the time I would have to go
  • out there every night so I would I was
  • the constant bother to the sheriff I'm
  • sure if he was he was he was there to
  • help me all the time these guys there
  • the board control right now their hands
  • are tied and these immigrants they know
  • it so they know that they get over here
  • and they're gonna get caught but they're
  • gonna get left out that's to me that's
  • something that I think it really needs
  • to be addressed and yes I agree with the
  • wall there's a lot of farmers and
  • landowners that I do know that are on
  • the river and they're a little upset
  • because of the intimate domain that
  • brings up the question there as far as
  • you know all the languages they're
  • losing with that wall maybe there's
  • something that you can devise with those
  • owners and say hey you know what we
  • don't want to drill right down through
  • the middle of your property let's let's
  • let's rearrange you can get a little
  • closer to the river or something and I
  • think that that would probably forgoes
  • and you'll see a lot more cooperation
  • with that okay I agree with you I think
  • you're ready and the laws are a big
  • problem you know they call one catch and
  • release you catch them when you release
  • them you know other countries for the
  • most part you go into the country and
  • they say excuse me
  • these people get out you have to get out
  • sorry and nobody tries to get in because
  • I know they can with us we take them
  • through court proceedings we have to
  • hire hundreds of judges and you get
  • hundreds of judges hundreds of judges
  • you go through a proceeding they check
  • you in then they can't do the proceeding
  • because there's eight hundred thousand
  • people now waiting 8 think of it 800,000
  • people how ridiculous is this if they
  • set one foot on US property so to speak
  • they end up having to go to a trial so
  • they take the name and they say you can
  • go now come back in three years you have
  • a trial this is the United States law by
  • the way and made worse by the Ninth
  • Circuit the Ninth Circuit is a disaster
  • made worse by the Ignite go to the Ninth
  • Circuit if you're on the other side of
  • what everybody in this room is all about
  • and frankly what most of the people in
  • the country are all about it's almost
  • like an automatic loss it's like an
  • automatic book they take a case to the
  • Ninth Circuit that's nowhere near the
  • Ninth Circuit
  • that has nothing to do with the
  • Nightside so we're bucking a bad system
  • we're bucking a lot of things that are
  • bad and we're apprehending more people
  • that ever apprehended before but the
  • laws are really against us and we're
  • doing well anyway but we have to do much
  • better and we can do only better if we
  • have a physical barrier because this way
  • we don't have them even with the bad
  • laws you have a physical barrier they
  • can't come onto the into our country mr.
  • president I also I married into a law
  • enforcement family agent Hyneman Zapata
  • the CAG killed down in Mexico you know
  • it was it was pretty hard going through
  • that and I kind of feel y'all's pain I'm
  • and I were not all that close first we
  • can you know become really really good
  • friends after that after that happened I
  • don't know how but the killers when they
  • got senator what went up to DC they they
  • they were allowed to burn their entire
  • family and put them up on the taxpayers
  • dollar in front of in front of his
  • parents just paraded him around and it
  • was like a stab in the back you know for
  • the government that He gave His life and
  • it just when was that
  • sir that was uh that was right out last
  • year when when they finally went to
  • sentence
  • so convicted somebody took the fall for
  • it I can't say that it was the correct
  • person who pulled the trigger yeah
  • that's too bad stuff yes pastor please I
  • especially want to thank you for calling
  • this wood is a humanitarian crisis when
  • you use that language you're really set
  • bells to ringing because that is what it
  • is people in my profession see the
  • suffering the human suffering brought by
  • drugs by the arms that are brought Oprah
  • across making our communities more
  • violent the trafficking of women and
  • children especially and boys and young
  • males as well and the the truth that
  • needs to be talked about that is seldom
  • talked about is the amount of
  • underreporting of the crime when these
  • things happen in the shadows people are
  • not always eager to point out the crimes
  • that are taking place and it goes
  • underreported but people in my
  • profession especially spanish-speaking
  • pastors especially spanish-speaking
  • pastors in this sector know firsthand
  • the human suffering the human toll is
  • taking place because of the onslaught
  • the sickness the disease the lack of
  • sanitation is going on because of a
  • bunch of at the borders and people
  • trying to cover them so I just want to
  • give a very heartfelt thanks because I
  • have had the privilege of visiting with
  • you before I know your heart of
  • compassion although some don't want to
  • paint you as having a heart of
  • compassion I know you as the man that
  • does have this heart of compassion is
  • genuine and effective and the fact that
  • you called it what it is it's a it's a
  • crisis and a humanitarian crisis and
  • again the pastors that I'm here
  • representing today salute you and thank
  • you for wanting to bring an end to
  • untold suffering that's taking place on
  • our southern border thank you good to
  • see you thank you thank you
  • can we sure
  • Thank You mr. president obviously you
  • came to the right part of the borders
  • it's really bring this for security and
  • humanitarian crisis
  • number one for illegal crossings number
  • two for hard narcotics that both between
  • our ports of entry as you saw the
  • briefing and half of course and then the
  • humanitarian cost and the families and
  • children crossing here over half the
  • families across our work in the whole
  • country across here in town so we have
  • our men and women are trained law
  • enforcement officers dealing with care
  • for children and family
  • environment and so I just wanted to say
  • I'm incredibly proud of the agents
  • officers are marine professionals
  • they're serving down here staying
  • focused on the mission despite the
  • challenging environment at this time
  • very proud of a briefing from ELISA and
  • Carlos I don't know what their heart and
  • soul what they do every day to protect
  • our country and our fellow citizens and
  • I just gotta say the resources the
  • administration is asking for from
  • Congress are directly targeted and they
  • all fail into this crisis border barrier
  • technology agents and officers that we
  • need to address the security threats and
  • we're building new barrier tenant
  • governor know that starting in February
  • right here thank you
  • we're also the technology the for
  • cementery to stop the drugs that's a
  • critical element very importantly you
  • ask for humanitarian resources so we
  • could provide different facilities
  • medical support to get our agents out of
  • the childcare business and help protect
  • families that are crossing and in this
  • violent cycle it's all controlled by a
  • violent criminals in Mexico primarily
  • organizations we want to combat that
  • with these resources so thank you for
  • the thank your admission thank you a
  • little while we'll be there that's great
  • one of the things that Dan Patrick
  • suggested which I thought was very
  • interesting was give the state of Texas
  • a relatively small amount of money
  • they'll build a wall themselves because
  • they want to build right and I thought
  • that was not the worst idea I've ever
  • heard although I still think I give you
  • a cheaper than you I still think I could
  • do what I do like the idea and we're
  • gonna look at a couple of ways of doing
  • that where you guys get it up you do
  • things very well in Texas and I like
  • that idea so we'll take a look and Dan
  • could I ask you to say a few words yes
  • mr. president I'm Dan Bible on the field
  • office director with I CRO for the San
  • Antonio field office and with the inflow
  • of the immigrants that are coming across
  • an unprecedented unprecedented numbers
  • our officers are also are coming down to
  • the border to support that effort to
  • deal with the women and children but
  • those are the same officers that we
  • would be using and in the community
  • itself looking for those public safety
  • threats and criminal aliens which are
  • now reprogrammed to come down here to
  • deal with the crisis over this past year
  • I'm saying over half the time those
  • those officers on my task force and
  • everything are brought back down to deal
  • with these crises and when we look at
  • the family units and stuff that come
  • across in reality we either just need
  • some that right off the door once we
  • give once we take them in if they if
  • they're not in a composition that can go
  • into one of our family residential
  • centers but even if they get to one of
  • our family residential centers to do
  • some of the legal decisions and stuff we
  • have 20 days to release them from there
  • so essentially they're being just
  • released to the street as well so
  • pulling our officers terrible to just
  • basically release family units it's kind
  • of the secondary secondary I mean once
  • you get get past if all my agents are
  • all right at the border doing this they
  • kind of get a free run it's not just
  • what's going on at the border that's
  • really almost a lesser problem they get
  • through the border and then they filter
  • out throughout the whole country and you
  • have ms-13 all over Long Island and all
  • over other places we're getting them out
  • by the thousands the ice folks are doing
  • incredibly and getting them out and they
  • are rough and tough but the I will tell
  • you a little secret Isis a lot rougher
  • and a lot tougher and a lot smarter but
  • still it's a lot of people a lot of
  • people that they have to get at but it's
  • not the crime at the border which is got
  • its own problems
  • it's what happens once they get through
  • the border and they're dispersed or they
  • dispersed themselves throughout the
  • country and all of that crime is because
  • of it yes John secretary deal says did a
  • great job at DHS I just want to
  • acknowledge all the local officials here
  • are the mayors and the county judges and
  • others who support these men and women
  • who wear the green blue uniforms right
  • and who
  • we end up having trying to manage this
  • humanitarian crisis that floods across
  • the border because the gaps in our law
  • that you've already described and you
  • know we are set up as a country to deal
  • with legal immigration we have fought
  • legal immigration but illegal
  • immigration particularly when it's
  • floods over here we're just not prepared
  • for especially with these large caravans
  • and it's created humanitarian crisis
  • that these men and women who are local
  • elected officials have had to deal with
  • so I wonder if you wouldn't mind if we
  • asked into sleighs recognize
  • thank you very much thank you Jim
  • Wow it is a process it's a man eteri
  • crisis it's really a security crisis for
  • this we would like you to put there
  • a shirt it's not only a consult and
  • deeply disturbing to those who have lost
  • loved ones
  • but it's an insult to you our country
  • sir this is a decisive leader with a
  • vision that's what you have you continue
  • each day to make it very clear to
  • Congress what the crisis is
  • women here today I've told you is needed
  • to address it and
  • doing so I hope today they're watching I
  • hope they take a cue for you they decide
  • to be leaders and you in this country
  • need help us secure it thank you great
  • job you're working hard I will tell you
  • that she's working hard every time I
  • speak to her she's in a different
  • location usually along the border and
  • you and the secretary and everybody else
  • we appreciate it very much and we're
  • getting there I think we're making a lot
  • of progress and I have to say that my
  • sacred duty most sacred duty as
  • president is to defend the people of our
  • nation that's whether it's from foreign
  • nations or a log of order it's all
  • defending our people and defending them
  • properly and strongly and really rightly
  • justly and that's what I'm doing and it
  • would be a lot easier for me not to do
  • this it would be a lot easier not to say
  • anything and let this go on they should
  • have been taking care of 30 years ago 20
  • years ago ten years ago it should have
  • been taken care of I've seen all the
  • speeches made by all the presidents and
  • a lot of people that worked under the
  • presidents and you say what happened
  • nothing happened they were going to
  • build this wall in 2003 and 2006 they
  • were gonna build it 20 years ago they
  • would have build it forever and little
  • sections got built and I will say we've
  • done a lot of renovation we have a lot
  • of new wall going up where we took down
  • wall because it was in such bad shape I
  • would put new wall up we've done a lot
  • of work but we have work to do so I hope
  • that the Democrats get together and work
  • on a problem
  • that is truly it's compassion it's
  • everything it's also national security
  • just like it's a foreign country it's a
  • foreign world in many cases it is a
  • foreign country we're under attack a
  • desert
  • and we're certainly under attack by
  • criminal gangs by criminals themselves
  • by the human traffickers and by drugs of
  • all kinds much of it comes through the
  • southern border and if we can do a
  • really great job and we will of putting
  • up the barriers putting up the walls
  • putting up the fences putting up
  • everything that we have planned fixing
  • what's good but isn't working so well
  • anymore because it's decrepit it's old
  • it's torn up from years of abuse and all
  • of the things that happen we will have
  • done a great service and you know
  • somebody was saying that moving the
  • embassy to Jerusalem I got it done every
  • president talked about it for many many
  • years for decades they talked about it
  • they campaigned on it in every instance
  • they campaigned on it they never got it
  • done same thing here same exact thing I
  • got that done and we're gonna get this
  • done too and this is really the defense
  • of our country and this is compassion
  • Pastor very much it's compassion it's
  • compassion for our people and we don't
  • want to have situations like Reggie had
  • and his family where he lost a brother
  • who was special or like Marie had with
  • your son who was I mean they still talk
  • about your son as being such a great
  • young man we don't want that we don't
  • want that so what we're working very
  • hard we're going to get it done we are
  • really on the right side of an issue and
  • I think actually I know you don't see it
  • yet
  • I feel about things I think the other
  • side is starting to get it and maybe
  • wrong but I really believe the other
  • side is starting to understand what's
  • going on there in the wrong side of a
  • very important issue we're gonna have it
  • taken care of I want to thank everybody
  • and you're right John the mayors and all
  • the representatives are done such a
  • great job and some of you I know I'm
  • sure I'll get to know the rest of you
  • but especially I want to thank Murray
  • and I want to thank Reggie for being
  • here and I want to thank all of the
  • people Border Patrol Brandon thank you
  • very much Border Patrol ice and law
  • enforcement for being here we are with
  • you 1,000%
  • I want this to be out in the open I
  • don't know if this is worth 10 cents or
  • if it's worth $50,000 anyway thanks
  • that's very nice thank you everybody
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President Donald Trump threatened on Thursday to declare a national emergency to circumvent Congress if he can't reach a deal with Democrats to fund his promised border wall.

He headed to the U.S.-Mexico border to draw further attention to his case after negotiations with lawmakers blew up.

In McAllen, Texas, Trump visited a border patrol station for a roundtable discussion on immigration and border security. But he has expressed his own doubts that his appearance and remarks will change any minds as he seeks money for the wall that has been his signature promise since his presidential campaign.

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