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    If you donít want militia patrolling the border, then secure the border without them

    If you donít want militia patrolling the border, then secure the border without them



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    Kerry Marasco





    If the southern border of the United States was properly secured by the government, there would be no need for armed militia to patrol it. If you have any argument you perceive as valid that contradicts this claim, please feel free to express it. Iíd love to hear it.


    But there wonít be valid arguments against this claim because the claim is purely logical. Itís easy for politicians on both sides of the aisle to scream about armed militia detaining illegal immigrants and asylum-seeking migrants crossing the border, but their screams are irrelevant as long as the borders are so porous, the laws are so restrictive in addressing illegal immigrants, and the border patrol is forced to be stretched so thin by the sheer numbers of people crossing over.

    Following the arrest of Larry Mitchell Hopkins, 69, also known as Johnny Horton Jr, a spotlight has finally been placed on United Constitutional Patriots and similar militia groups. His arrest may be on the record as happening because he is a felon who was found in possession of a firearm and ammunition, but the actual reason he was arrested is because his organization was noted for their apprehension and holding of illegal immigrants. They and others have been patrolling the border in search of those who have crossed over illegally, knowing he CBP is overwhelmed.


    I would love to have a situation in which border patrol had plenty of men, the border wall was build, technology was improved, resources were properly allocated, and laws were changed to plug the loopholes currently being abused by illegal immigrants and asylum-seeking migrants. But we donít have that situation, and while Iím not crazy about an armed militia patrolling the border, I also canít blame them. This is their country. Itís our country. This nation is supposed to be sovereign, but if the government is unwilling to take the proper actions necessary to defend our sovereignty, where does that leave us?


    If the border were properly secured, armed militia like the United Constitutional Patriots would have no reason to patrol it. But the border isnít secure and many feel the only recourse is to do it themselves. Can you blame them?

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    I hope 100,000 Patriots are reading these articles and get down there to stop this ourselves!

    No more turning yourself over with your LYING, FAKE, ASYLUM CLAIMS!

    Load them on buses back home.
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    STAY HOME AND BUILD AMERICA ON YOUR SOIL

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