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July 13, 2022 1:29 pm

Biden Looks Weak in Meeting with Mexican President

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July 13, 2022 1:29 pm

President Biden just held a meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. President López Obrador called on Biden and his Administration to stop ignoring the crisis at the border and institute formalized immigration policies that actually work. Jay, Jordan, and the rest of the Sekulow team discuss the details of the meeting and provide their analysis on how the Biden Administration can end this human crisis. This and more today on Sekulow.

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SICU looks weak meeting with Mexican prison as the border crisis spirals out of control, keeping you informed and now this is 13,000 illegal crossings at almost 2000 people every single day want to hear from you Sharon, now your home 12. That's what hundred 684-3110. Second, the broadcast for secretary state by Pompeo will be joining us to talk about all these issues, including presence maybe with Mexican President.

The President was overseas officially in Israel as we speak with meetings there that I traveled to Saudi Arabia so get into all that today of the broadcast first is really just how weak to get him. He just said about a lot a lot about this present when it comes to foreign policy, especially in domestic policy issues like inflation he had throws his hands up in the air as as well as put salt about foreign policy as well. Most of the week we preview yesterday, the President of Mexico. Remember who decided not to attend that meeting that was held in Los Angeles for the first, the US got it right first time in 20 years of the Americas.

The conference of the Americas and he boycotted his attendance at a deputy that was supposedly sitting at a political message to present Bible.

He had this to say yesterday to break down this the present Mexico. The terminology he was using, which I think you might've tried to use terminology present by would like, but he was using it wrong. As it that his first language. Take a list and screening. Although there is little a needle is placed in the way that is not through conservatism.

The conservators may scream about the policies but that we need a bold leadership gift of strong and not maintain the status quo. I think he was usually conservative in the sets of people who are conservative in their approach to issues, but that we know when it comes to immigration the border. We do what you serve approaches we want those bold approaches, we do not want the status quo, the status quo is is 200,000 people 200% of normal capacity just to del Rio's migrant cut there in their custody.

13,000 illegal crossings yesterday when I want to think in del Rio just in the center's thing about having people that is if those up AA Inouye municipal Auditorium, but I'm still this is the problem when you don't have a more policy is a problem unit policy. But what you got. Now you got 88 immigration crisis, a border crisis, a national security crisis all this happening simultaneously. She got asked yourself as this is all unfolding. Why do we have no policy wise or not a policy in place that make sense and here's the reason why there were policies that we had that make sense but there is nothing that was previously done that's and I don't care if it's in the border in with Mexico orbits in the Middle East.

And that's the problem when you have a patent administration that is looking at basically let's just make sure will do anything they did. Even if that work. That's the problem. There is a huge crowd someone to take your cause of this letter from border states that border states as well. What he's present should be doing right now right now to secure the border because there are steps you can take what would impact your community. Best what you had illegal immigrants dumped off into communities maybe far from border where you live in border states, 1-800-684-3110. Well, if you could just say present do this and he did. What would you tell the difference what hundred 684-3110 because the Mexican President say to be bold yet to be bold here gives you a lot of boldness, vitamins, fish about the Southwest border cutters would rapidly increasing since there is no sign of a slowdown, so January there were hundred 54,000 encounters February hundred 65,000 encounters in March, a big jump up to 222,000 and it's really a meat sustained massive numbers since then and get the warmer months for you. The June numbers I think is pretty staggering possessor of the first summer month but May is also April May very warm and more people moving to 235,000 encounters.

Then in May we know the final was almost 240,000 encounters were dealing with a far left Mexican President who would be more in line with Bernie Sanders and he would be with even Joe Biden when he comes to politics at front and so that the issue is when he says we want transformative things that the status quo generally. I agree with that, but he's not stopping people from coming across the border. I was better. This is a present Donald Trump negotiate with Mexicans Mexico's present time to incentivize them to stop people from coming across the border and it also to secure their own southern borders versus this northern tribal country so that they could not see those caravans through because they get to the problem yet incentivize that she got to the root cause.

So if you if you if you stop the access points at the initial entry points you not to have the exit point problem, which is what we have on our southern border the southern border is the end of the road for the people that are in these basically you know thousand 13,000 just in the del Rio sector yesterday so if you if you got if you look at it that way you look at it as getting in their early getting to the southern portions of Mexico so the so doesn't transfer up. That's the way you deal with. That's the problem is and this is I think what we have to realize this President doesn't want to do that and then you got the President Mexico's drawings that far left guy goose makes the statement that we need something to be transferred from eight transformative and I just want when they say transformative. I get very nervous when you got a leftist President of Mexico and their same transformative that's like AOC saying transformative. So where does that go with what is transforming open borders let people and get them wherever they go, they go back transformative dangerous, but it transformative so I think we have to be cognizant of exactly what we deal with. No one wants the status quo, but their status with their change and their radical changes are not the same radical changes that we support 5000 so radical it's going back to the policies were working you. I just wish they could divorce the policies from the former President, a man cannot do it don't remain in Mexico were three incentivize Mexico when they said the bill the wall they incentivize and they effectively were building the wall because he wants the money we were receiving back for Mexico and saving why those policies that work.

It took the pressure off of our Berber border patrol nice agents that let the judicial system start catching up to the number cases also said that we were keeping kids in cages so that we didn't have 200% capacity 200% capacity. Del Rio sectors in the him in there there in the their facilities to hundred percent look at last week that's in you think I know del Rio between the del Rio sat sure like to hear from people on these border areas. 1-800-684-3110 if you just to del Rio sector and the Rio Grande Valley sector you are over 21,000 in week that's just to sectors severe to be impacted by this morning from 800-684-3110 and 100-684-3110. I mean, when you look at this again Mexico is said they will contribute 1.5 billion towards infrastructure at the US southern border. I don't even know that basically said that improving processing will here's the thing I think we got we have video up for our social media platforms and TV and will describe the store ready audience. So let's go ahead and play this but this is what it looks like there are people waiting for the Rio Grande Valley representative on right and you're talking they see can see the hits in the river, a prefix for so that you come out of that in the desert but it's thick flush so you can have thousands and tens of thousands of people following in the water right there is a was 100 people more than that. Just in the water amid its processes. This is very dangerous if it stated they will not.

You're exactly right Jordan because the previous edition so paranoid of of doing something that work because of the review of the previous administration, they will not exercise good judgment now and that's a problem. Note it's like they should be partners. This should not be partisan should be about what special United States on our border. That's what I want to hear from you. 1-800-684-3110 at 2064 31108 people already resources are tapped out with inflation the numbers with the economy so this is not a time we can absorb when you just absorb hundreds of thousand people easily into into a system and an active as I can have an impact. Listen. Listen to these numbers. January hundred 50 this is that many are border patrol agents encounters they had January hundred 54,000 February hundred 65,000 March 222,000 April 235,000 May 239,000 Emmy people.

Let us that's over a million encounters. I mean, we don't know the countries barely hanging in there financially to put this kind of of stress on the system that's broken ninth in the list. We said we want comprehensive immigration reform and ice I still believe that we need competence immigration reform, but you cannot secure the border since the first part of competence and immigration perform is have the borders secure inspecting every jurisdiction in the United States. It's not just the border states it's around the country were taking a calls, trained on Facebook so Mexico must help Parnate should be conditioned on them, assisting on board are scary are a great and Mexico right now has no incentive because were not cutting when I can reduce the foreign aid so that no incentive to do anything under the previous ministration assured that wanting to call out of Arizona yes Curtis there's an online therapist to mark all, and fill out the enormous amount of illegal aliens are coming across the border and especially in places like human del Rio, Texas, and the places usually have a hard time take care of these people and come across are not hypnotically examine the ceiling news that I have not given indoctrination right now it's a humanitarian crisis and an American third caregiving and kind people and even people that cross illegally.

We tried it got to be main but we have the system is so overtaxed it doesn't function.

This is the problem folks when the systems overtaxed.

Guess what, it doesn't work in the system is just overtaxed and this is the great problem that we have with this and that's why there's no policy, no additional we put policies together. Working with members of Congress on this, but I will tell you Jordan. You know this is uphill battle to get anything done when it comes to the border right now almost impossible. Oh you happy because you have it administration it will just not is not willing to do common sense security measures they punish, they blame the border patrol agency demonized border patrol if demonized by Steve demonized the system and so would you demonized the system. You can't rely on the system to help but what they are doing and this is again it will consider Blackford about yesterday with the price and potential they want the flood of the migrants they want this, this, and now they think somehow long-term, politically. This is helping them, but they are getting beat up among Hispanic voters right now US citizen Hispanic voters right now. They lost that special election that in on the on the border and at +20 McCracken SC that they can lose again in the fall. This is why we have really no idea how the elections in the in in the midterm election to come down because we could see some demographic shifts amongst African-American voters amongst Hispanic voters that we started to see in the present trump after the media really push back against trying to demonize the President make its come out to be your racist or are upset with these groups, and so it kinda tapped out again that the in his reelection efforts that we saw, but I think were to proceed, given the midterm of the receipt that know the Democrats are not getting that the Hispanic vote. This way, the way that joke Joe Biden had out in apologize, tacos, and blessed believable because they see them as just about that you be built and that this is an ad for this group, they are expendable, until the US elicits yet because I can't vote yet right legally.

So you left some die if some don't make it. Some kids get loud. It's a long-term play for that is what I mean and that that's just to me long-term political place when human beings lives at risk.

You can do a long-term political play of how you educate those voters to want to vote for your party. Sure, that's fine, but you don't use them and say one day they'll be happy because were the ones that let across know this is designated writer rips folks. I want to encourage you to do something if you're able to do it where matching Chancellor matching tones month of July and your support. The ACLJ makes a huge difference in the amount you donate to us and we matched. That means if you donate $50 we get 120, $35 we get seven naming this display work. It's really important for our budget.

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California is the coastal states, New Mexico's which are saying you know that we have five people in for free to have their abortion issues like that and they're trying to put in a coarse language of very extreme abortion language at state level. We caught the body, but we also realize it was a plan because they were doing it.

Multiple their lobbyists were doing both, but both Coast Maryland and California and one of our attorneys Olivia Summers sheet sheet is testifying on one hearing California and then and then cc another hearing popped up and because you were registered it up as a to testify should enable testify thereto.

That's right, says a day we been watching on an assembly bell TTT three out of California which uses the perinatal language I can actually they are still putting then right they are still putting my name would perinatal Maronite natal means after birth, so any can be depending on what definition you see can be almost up to a year after baby is born on.

Usually it's up to 30 days but depending on what the definition is which they have not defined it can be after it is after the baby is born said this at bell TTT three which we been watching. We followed it out the Appropriations Committee to the Judiciary Committee and this was now the health committee which we were watching on that the testimony there. The only name it that this this bill has had is talking about perinatal death due to causes that occurred at a desk due to causes that occurred in utero, but of course that still means if you have a botched abortion and the baby survives and is completely alive and living and born. You can still kill that baby, so we legally under a statute that authorizes the spokes when they when they Virginia Gov. Northam said that, remember that whole controversy. Well the baby for alive and then you want to bore them afterwards. Will let you know we make him comfortable then then then terminate the baby thank that's exactly what this is doing the law and law, and so we were able to object to that bill and then as we were waiting for that bell. Another bill came up on 1918, which actually provides funding to train just specifically abortion providers, and so we were able to do an objective that Bella went as well and it was interesting because the, the one of the two Republican senators that were opposed to these bells really went after them ship, pointing out the medical shortage. The California has with cardiologists, orthopedic surgeons, neurologists, general surgery, thousands and thousands of medical positions that they have a shortage on black bike Planned Parenthood only cares about. Let's get funding for abortion Dr. so we are able to stand against that as well. I would say this because you know to be able to knock out as you said your two bills were being discussed. That means you're not just able to do it. Make the legal argument that's likely to be on top of this. This is a 50 state issue now that we got ACLJ action which is putting together this whole plan SRC for which you got the ACLJ on the legal side of this that are dealing with is that we just got word we father in this case in US Court of Appeals for the six circuit meant the center for equipped with the brief up on the on the screen. This is was filed in the united states Court of Appeals for the six circuit meant the Center for reproductive health versus Slattery. That's the government -dependent. We came inside of the government here. It's very interesting. The Dobbs decision came out in the court on its own after the brief work involved ordered that the law be put into effect, which in this case was a heartbeat law so was once Artie subjected to Abortion except for the rape life of the mother and incense exceptions and the interesting aspect of this is were starting to see this ripple effect in federal courts. We represent a governor gnome in South Dakota and on that case, it's Georges and informed consent law that said you need to seek an abortion. You have to get really informed consent. None of this. You know every things fine. Don't worry about it they claim. In those groups challenge but now the light of Dobbs.

I admit I'm expecting that order any moment saying that law is constitutional. Yeah, trying to think about it. What what the overture rover suite that we still have the fight on the actual abortion procedure loss patient when it went. What gets bad what gets restricted. There were also all those additional youth informed consent. I want the pro-life pregnancy centers could do. Why was there so much outrage. Wiser still so much outrage at pro-lifers Caesars because they play such a critical role here and in the abortion industry know, so long as you have this lot at Roe versus Wade overturned, and functioning pro-life pregnancy centers. They are in a tough spot to try and convince Wood to kill their child, and so they have to go after the polite princesses. But this overturning of Roe versus Wade also overturned a lot of court made decisions very complicated. Some you know distro. I did the pill which Court of Appeals you read but basically you what. Informed consent was okay what importance it was okay. What was too much of a bird. What was not enough of what was a bird with think about that. But here's the thing that I do we do it we will people understand what were doing here soberly, the six circuit Court of Appeals that's in federal court of appeal.

So that's the six circuit competency number of other states in the case of CCU were just talking about it state issue is not a federal court system.

It's in the legislative process in the state of California and were on top of those issues to but this is what the fight this with the fights can look like going forward. Now it's currently in all 50 states, whether year in a red state or a blue state. We are going to see legislation like trigger laws or whatever they're there to go after that. So you can't just say hey we find and you know we cannot go back to sleep now you know.

Yes, we have a good decision out of Dobbs, which was correct.

There is no constitutional right to abortion, but now each state each of the 50 states get to say on their own how there when they're going to protect life when not that's gonna be and and what their point. What kind of protections that benefit around what we have to do is mobilize our lawyers around the country on this and then at the same time it's at the ACLJ. Jordan's got the 501(c) four ACLJade action which is taking initiatives in each of you mentioned Kansas to make every Mother's Day Kansas right after tennis.

There's a ballot initiative that needs to be done in August of its on etiquette is the supposed pre-midterm election so you want to make sure relations through a sale to actual steps. We were the first states, we have added advertising right to get people out to turn out people to vote, so that's Kansas specific because they're subbed in some states they need to make some corrective changes before they can even get a law in place because of they put in a right to privacy in 1898 into the state constitution or what they did or they followed something like road accident get put those rights in, but it was not as partisan of an issue and people word is informed on abortion so were also look at that way, that the states that are the there's quickfix states there's long-term states like New York, California. This is, states are kind of in the middle where you need to do probably is probably more than one step necessary to put in good pro-life loss and this will really utilize the C4's to get that the it's easy to pass legislation, usually with pro-life legislators in those states, or even with the people getting the ballot on the initiative to get people out of its application via insignificantly process book Lord tell me is were given a comprehensive approach on all of this.

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Today, Sec. Pompeo should be Julius Caesar. See accounts for global affairs annexing the broadcast. So to get to these photos will be on order of hoop and hold on Lynette in Texas first on my to he would it call they should be a place called the earlier gallery on me that way again and again crying and can't wait load that unaccompanied minors being bought and track him and only see my gang member and current crime of murder and what we need to daily and parts are borderline. I really need to underline and get back to you can lighten people here illegally and in the past asking get back to where this is. It was working as a trump your cup largely from del Rio that he inherited a crisis but things were getting better workday. They were getting quite a bit. Quite a bit.

Quite a bit is a lot in one company few years, we have a crisis like this. It's been ongoing and going to these policies work. That's what would that be as focuses to the policies work. They refuse to enact policies that work because they happened to be policies designed by Pres. Trump in his diocese refused to acknowledge that those policies work and that's a problem. If a policy works keep the policy go even if you're the new administration are now been two years into this disaster.

The fact is policies at work uses possible scrap medical yeah Richard California online three hey Richard, hey my daughter.I'm an American that Mexican descent test and why.

Parliament okay you come over here illegally and you get all the benefit which you would get a look at it, then you get a EBT card to get all being. Get transportation on which is wrong or thinking our country is not helping our countries not embracing it, but to explain it. The second thing it yet on for our borders being protection for national security but we should do something on Portageville if we put our border patrol with Mexican border interchange on order both on both. I think I'll think of a model react on both side and help medical audit behind anyone coming in from the board that are not met beginner from Guatemala potential America they could stop him. But now the thing policy for both more difficult for Mexican border at night the Richard presentation that they had that kind of policy it wasn't US border patrol agents in the Mexican side of the board with the Mexican side of the border was doing. We had a coordinated plan to stop the inflow both of Mexico's northern border with the Alexander southern border with the northern tribal country so the issue is that Mexico is a strong enough country.

If we incentivize it to prevent a lot of this because it's not actually Mexicans so people are having to come.

They are utilizing Mexico as a route I and again we know there's always to be some people trying to illegally cross you can put up but that's and we have to deal with the with borders. People want to get into America but I think you know it what what were talking about here is why are we allowing excessive appetite with the fundamental shift or cultures of the allies voters again in the bin conservative voters one day and I think the Democrats are wrong on that. But is that within every of the other shadows as part one is he with Democrat majorities the House-Senate White House. Still, the shadows of been there for 20+ years under this a kick agreement on that right of the lease. We had working our first got your first job was presence to secure your people.

The drugs allowed their killing people. That's what they human trafficking that that they had of people having issues. It's disgusting wrong it's inhumane. It's not about radical politics. It's about policies that were just policies that work babe policies that work and at this time.

Right now, that's we support the ACLJ and I think really get to a point where River present by his argument was for leaving hog is getting pushed a lot harder after the note, the November elections. If people turn out and vote. The way this poster with these can change significantly talk about Sec. Pompeo in back to secular by RC counsel for global affairs will restrict estate by Pompeo sick capability right to it is a lot going on here in our country.

A lot of course with the present overseas present by the land in Israel today disclaim the relationship with Israel of the United States is deeper and stronger than ever. I have a feeling I would ask you this file to your answer. Would you buy that at all. Well, not what I buy it or not, really. People know that the Israeli leadership and the people in Israel can see clearly that when Hamas attacked Israel justly conducted by Mr. Dr. Coppock that that that day to make a statement that is is where you have the right to defend themselves and when the arguments inside the Democratic Party but actually underwriting iron down or when we decide you know were going to try and cut a deal with Arabia that will give a clear pathway to a nuclear weapon and that that that theocracy.

The authoritarian thugs in Iran I think is really people can state that is very different from how I behave without Victor stayed out America behavior during my time and they know that that creates risk for them, and we should all know that Christmas break. That statement well selected Jerusalem Post has a headline this what race binds visit lenses: when a politically we present meets an interim prime minister talking about the fact that you got a President that is definitely viewed internationally is weak right now you got Israel going through their fifth election in three years and at the same time you got a PLO which is terrorist organizations. Let's be clear and their demanding that in order for there to be substantive meetings with the President and substantive progress that that three things have to happen one they will remove Israeli recognition and they will cut their security ties unless Israel gives them.

These access points in the land and more money in all this and I say to myself, and you know this as well as anybody in the world if Israel were to cut it security ties with the Palestinian leadership with Mahmoud Abbas that he would last about 20 minutes before Hamas would take over obligated to report you highlight of this report. The security and the security and to dance to merit the security of the entire region is dependent upon a capable Israeli security course, but the fact that Pres. Biden given his domestic challenges as their meeting with Mahmoud Abbas, probably telling them don't worry were given that the consulate in Jerusalem is deeply destabilizing for the region and back to the United States is certainly bad for those of us to believe that Israel is the rightful homeland of the Jewish people.

Abbas is weak he is corrupt.

He has no incentive to make any kind of deal where would any Israeli leader, let alone if they're making their way through their governmental changes as well and we shouldn't forget the Gaza Strip still sit there with Hamas control in the joint and that combination of the state terracing Gaza Strip and that corrupt leader in Judea and Samaria is not something that can lead to increased customer is why we went up after they ran the court why we were isolating Iran as never before. And when I when I think it may be Israel is going to be asked by Mike about the Security ties. That is a recipe for danger the region and at a loss of life, but is really like that like a lot of life for people in, and the west part of the Jordan River as well issues. It's interesting about this trip is that you, God's also a visit to Saudi Arabia, you wrote on Fox's the presence trip to Saudi Arabia will likely not correct his egregious policy missteps when he sees the outcome by what what is he going there to bag a week late for oil for gas we get that that's part of it. What comes out of this meeting. Ultimately I think it is getting different counsel from his team, and finally by divine auto remember. He campaigned on eliminating tracking and energy production date and bake in the kingdom of Saudi Arabia a pariah state that the recipe for high gas prices that they will be unable to afford it. Cooler homes and that's what they're up against other the time to go scramble to say we get our part. We try to put this relationship back in quite a person good language from some on the team, the talk about current integrate the Arab nations Israel. The goal state. I think that's all a good thing that the corollary a follow-up to the Abraham court appoint when you say that these are that there are no socially redeemable qualities of leadership begin to federate when you get a break of accreditation got sweet. Good. Good luck in and doing the will and and by the way, and then send it across the table from the Arabian that that is that is not the kind of thing that actually delivers less risk to gap America, you know, I was so existing about that week that we have an office in Jerusalem and had that office for a long time sweeping their negotiating when there's been a lot of conflict as you not gone to the international criminal court multiple times representing Israel's interest and recognize the jurisdiction of the court. We went in to it to say this is the position and been successful so far. The ICC shockingly with this new prosecutor is not been near as aggressive and over-the-top as the predecessor.

Having said all of that you worked on significantly reshaping the Middle East in which you mentioned the Abraham records and this was historic.

This is more successful than the Oslo accords.

It was more successful than Camp David built on a process that could. It has tremendous potential and is this ministration say will Mike Pompeo did that some were not going to do it, even though they know it was successful and is successful. Even today, one should never have there probably be vindictive or oriented to act because the guys we don't like very much did not expert. You should try get it right for America with week there were ample things at present Obama left breast that we tried to build on right.

We want to make which started you that they need to put our people court that the American people first. Send dear, what about party politics it was about security and prosperity. It does appear that they have had a down this path of that's why we gotta go get back in the Jeep the file because Trenton Pompeo got out, we have to go deal with Abbas because that previous ministration built out the Abraham Ct., Palestinian black like you had a veto on peace in the region. I hope I hope cooler heads prevail in the and nonpolitical had died the fight to Gorelick, they can go build on what we get.

It doesn't belong to a Republican that belongs to America and you know why we think about our young men and women company who fought and risk their lives in the Middle East if we get this right and do this well, the risk that some President someday may have to send them to go fight with their lives and that place has proven so difficult for so many decades will be greatly reduced and that should be the mission of Pres. Biden on this trip and every American. Later as we move forward yesterday and as Mexico's President was with present binds the last 40 left to go overseas and meeting people try to figure out exactly what the Mexican President if I was to take a swipe at actual concerns America beaming conservative policies and he is a leftist, but but usually quoted you tweet that there remains a crisis on the southern border. Even though by that Harris ignored the mainstream media are it should in reporting on as we speak right now that this would Fox's report they can see the end of the amount of people across the del Rio sector over the Rio Grande right now me, there's just people coming out of the will and rest in droves of right now. What did each month. We know the June numbers are not yet. We don't get a hit another record. What can we do right now to affect change in the Bible says when I feel like that of the November elections are very important but also talking about solutions that worked under the ministration you worked it the people in Texas have been call this a secretary Pompeo safe.

Things were greatly improved in those four years, and in the administration of the board address of want. Think about it will literally kowtow to the most progressive elements, the most open border crowd inside of their party and to watch with going on wait. We all know we saw the loss of life that took place that out to two weeks back. I like dozens of people that died a result of the spell border policy. We know what this means not just on the southern border.

God bless the governors in Arizona and Texas are trying to do their best but we know what it means to people all across America is illegal to go and all over the United date and they're going to going to engage in activity that will be detrimental to the things that we value so much year that the tools that we have at hand are to speak about it. To be honest right to highlight the risks that happen to the United States of America.

When we have an open borders we have today and then elections matter week we had a policy it was colder made it back so it go.

Clifford deeply reduced flow of illegal immigrants into our country. Simply go back to that it would put us in a very sound place contexts on my two signature Infante Lori welcome to say failure on the air. I like taking my car (moderately radical Galileo was right across the street from the Rio Grande. We have a mini administrative 22 years point going to become so difficult that ministry and afraid to basically Constable this is-this is the problem. The secretary you got an organization that's giving relief to people across the border and now they can even do their function today just too dangerous that I've heard similar stories that or break my heart. I bless you for all the work you do and try to help the people who are then difficult difficult circumstances, but the responsibility of the federal government to get this right. I'm glad the governors like the time that that in the end is the federal government possibility to protect American sovereignty to secure our borders to protect you and your people who are trying to be clearly quite work to make life better for those who are really struggling when it becomes too dangerous for folks who are trying to provide aid and comfort start of the past of America you know you got, ironically, actually I think a secretary in the secondary were appreciated as always, Mike horse is artsy counsel for global affairs back with more 1-800-684-3110 if you want talk to secular to call as well of valor, international work I JB in New Mexico online what he J beat welcome to secular idea my call light on on illegal immigration, telling my friend Mark for the Cherokee nation in Oklahoma made agreement we got a contract from HA $500 million to open a felony or unaccompanied minors without the community hernia with opening ability. HA can't handle what's going on America battling it out at at that kind across to the other entity throwing money out to figure out. Maybe somebody will do something him again Cherokee nation may be able to do this or or not.

I've no idea.

But the idea that you're doing that tells you I will comment unaccompanied minors. You in the law. We call that human trafficking okay that's mostly what it is is human trafficking and finally say that growing human trafficking is growing across the world. I mean that the amount of people to cross borders for trafficking, human trafficking purposes is expert at just going X potentially yes and I think what again we just we dictate back step the border. I don't find creative solutions if the Cherokee nation very right place to do it. They get the property and they have the resources of a been any the jobs know that that that that's been an issue on Indian reservations in an that we need more jobs. If a good job, good paying jobs. Maybe that's a positive solution, but it does seem like a last-minute kind of absurdity like $500 million half a billion.

Half $1 billion of just for kids who were never going back to wherever there from. So let's have no family here totally unaccompanied right so the potential for abuse is so high there. Those kids long term because some people will try to claim them bad actors try to claim them, whether it's involuntary servitude, sexual trafficking amid the list goes on and on. And so I again that these are this doesn't work without significant get investment into people that come from an pars has a very interesting comment on this is what you are going to Journal South tropical alarming rate that we should all come together for safety and a grandson of anything.

Children are being dragged into the chalice trafficking in reality and I think that conversation wasn't that she is hundred percent correct.

This is that this is the human tragedy of all of this is Christians which especially we understand the burden of taking care of the least of these, but you gotta be able to take care of. That's the problem is that this process has to be fixed and stop. We do have a situation in Nigeria. You remember that the binder ministration removed the country of concern from Nigeria which is the largest if you look at pro rata largest persecutor of Christians, and I think in the world is branch of the determination asked cell when the administration binder ministration removed night air from the country of particular concern. The last that was at the same time that Nigeria has more Christians killed for their faith than any other country and a Christian is killed for their faith every two hours in Nigeria and why do you think that happen.

So we we start them, so why would they removed the country of particular concern designation Nigeria when all this persecution is going on in Jordan. Your team started working on this as well and I hate to say you trade persecution for oil were to find out if that's the case, pictures not look like it. It is so we've actually update file new FOIA and the reason we did that to say that for two days because the binder ministration removal of that CPC that country particular concern for punishment designation coincided very closely to when I secretary blink in the current secretary state had a meeting with the Nigerian President that we have reason to believe that they binder ministration at that meeting was trying to curry favor with Nigeria so they would sell us oil so it all comes down to the politics of oil. The only reason where that position is because of administration policies that took the US for being a beggar. I for being a country that exported oil and gas made money off other countries by our cleaner oil and gas to a country begging Third World in developing world countries.

There oil and gas. That's were doing, but to remove what you said to take the valuation you see will be what we need the oil therefore were going to remove the designation in this what they're doing Saudi Arabia's does this designation and trumpet ministration to remove it was on the list of country of conservatives, human rights, and they should be acknowledges that but but to trade it for oil because were now not energy independent shows you the fallacy of this but we have sent out a freedom of information act request. We raise this at the UN. Yes, absolutely, Ian, and we know that Nigeria is Africa's leading gas and oil export exporter Sally it's totally is illogical to think you remove them from the countries of particular concern to last just days before you go and meet with them. That just seems a little bit sketchy. So are FOIA not only asked for information surrounding why nightmare is over is very made from the countries of particular concern less but also what was going on about that meeting white hat. What kind of information and was transitioning but not that meeting and specifically with oil and gas issues, and I just think you're in the promises that we can with issues we discussed today. You got failures on every front domestically. Internationally, energy independence, the situation in the Middle East.

I mean that it's crucial imposed headline in a kind of said it all. I mean really, it says you know you know we President meets with interim leadership of a government that's fallen. This tradition tells you the nature of having binds visit this Jerusalem Post headline when the politically weak President meets an interim prime minister does not say it all the idea and you don't use language like that other countries about US Pres. and less. It's like going accepted a statement it would they be disease politically weak, he is unable to accomplish much in the United States is policy wise they just throw their heads up in the air likely comes the border when it comes to immigration issues, crisis after crisis we started the Afghan withdrawal. I think it's almost a short period of time, whirling to getting close.

The midterm elections that surprise (I mean look at him and yet were supposed to be focus on here is about about stuff that happened at it last election cycle.

And there they have more crises actually remember right now. Top my head states because it starts on day one with them because they change policies on they want just and they change them, surfing with my pump as it there are policies of the Obama administration built up a bill.basically need to grieve all that there was this particular policy we build on the policy. This group says whatever was done before is bad.

So let's just not do it even if it worked was helping Americans when gas if you remember, was a couple of bucks a gallon. How do you like it at 554 not so great. I guess you and this is when people listen to present by what he was campaigning and said he was going to in that industry. But he meant it and he mentally is every right now you know now is demonizing for profit, but what he meant is that he will punish you for being reliant on it and were saying that punishment every single day. Every time you go to the pump we have merely grocery store, every time you every time you buy anything right now that you're being punished by your government because of the reliance on oil and gas support towards ACLJ ACLJ.or give me the matching challenges but life that would be clear. I know the economy is tough. So for those out there.

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