It’s basically technical constitution that for everything our current president says, something he previously said directly counters or affirms it. The beings of the internet have made a game out of detecting Trump tweets that don’t age well( here are 31 examples , just for funsies) and one financier even started now-sold-out flip flopswith denying Trump tweets published on them.
Good meters, America!
For two plus times, we’ve discovered Trump go on and on about the demand of building a wall along the entire Mexico-U.S. territory, which Mexico was( somehow, miraculously) going to pay for. Though he’s now conceded that steel slats are a better select for a barrier, much of his push was for a “big” and “beautiful” wall made of concrete–which makes archived footage from a commencement pronunciation he applied in 2004 all the more hilarious.
In a time shared by The Daily Show, Trump described to postgraduates of Wagner College how people should never get up , no matter what obstacles they come across–including a concrete wall.
“Never, ever throw overboard, ” Trump said. “Don’t give up. Don’t allow it to happen. If there’s a concrete wall in front of you, follow through it, go over it, go around it. But get to the other side of that wall.”
Excuse me, but BWAAAAHHAAAHAHH-!
Oh man, formerly Trump get his wall he better hope no one presents Mexico this old video we found.Posted by The Daily Show on Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Much has been analyzed and written about the potential efficacy of and problems with “the wall, ” by much more qualified and knowledgable kinfolks than myself. For speciman 😛 TAGEND
– Why the Wall Won’t Work by David Bier, immigration policy adviser at the Cato Institute’s Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity.( The Cato Institute is a Libertarian think tank .)
– 5 Problems ‘the Wall’ Won’t Solve by Michael Dear, emeritus prof in the College of Environmental Design at the University of California, Berkeley
To sum up for the TL ;D R kinfolks, the wall won’t solve the problems Trump claims it will. Most hard drugs are snuck through ports of record not drew over the open areas of the border, terrorists are plainly not coming inthrough the southern margin, human trafficking is a far more complex actuality than a wall can possibly address, and most experiment shows that immigrants both substantiated and undocumented are actually less likely to commit crimesthan American citizens are.
Not to mention, illegal intersects have been on a serious and steady recession since the early 2000 s, and are actually at a 46 -year low-pitched.
There is no “flooding” of their own borders, despite the dread mongering rant we hear from the White House . strong> There are issues with immigration that need to be addressed, but building an expensive, environmentally damaging, largely ineffective eyesore is not the right way to address them.
Not to mention, if people make Trump’s own opinion about get through or over a wall no matter what it required in order to get to the other side, there’s no way it will work at even a very basic, purpose-of-a-wall stage.
Instead of investing in a wall, let’s articulated that fund into meaningful in-migration reform that indicates an understanding of the intricacies of human migration and respects our name as a nation of possibilities and diversity.