Monday, August 13, 2012

US Borders Not Safer According To ICE and Border Patrol Agents- video

Are our borders safer and more secure as the Obama administration would have us believe?

Unions, yes, the Unions for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents and border patrol agents weighed in on the issue, and what they have to say is incredibly disconcerting.

At a press conference late July, 2012 with Alabama Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions, Union leaders Chris Cane of the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, and George McGubbin, 111 President of the National Border Patrol Council, talk about the major problems their agents face on a daily basis. This includes being threatened with losing their jobs if they enforce the laws.

On June 25, 2010 there was a unanimous vote of 'no confidence' in ICE director John Morton, and yet nothing has changed. 
Safer? Yeah, right.

I'm thinking these Union members will be voting Republican this year.



Carlie said...

We have enough troops overseas to oversea our own borders. This President has not seen the priority in this issue.

Incognito said...

Yes we do, Carlie, but it doesn't seem to be a priority for this administration.