In this eye-opening hour, we dove deep into the critical issues of population shifts, border security, and their impact on local communities. From hotels turning into makeshift shelters to overwhelmed airports, we heard firsthand accounts of the strains on our infrastructure. Concerns over left-wing policies driving residents out of states like California, touching upon the stark realities of tent cities and drug issues, highlighted why many are seeking a change. We delved into the necessity of securing our borders, not just for the sovereignty of nations, but also to safeguard against very real security threats. Discussions about the implications of sanctuary city policies and the call for empathetic yet vigilant immigration strategies underlined the need for balance between compassion and the protection of our citizens.
- Mary – When do my rights kick in as a tax payer? What side will the military aged men be on?
- Alex – I migrated from Mexico in the 90’s when I was a baby. My mom brought me over illegally. The reason is for the benefits from the government. That said, the larger portion is for profit in the cartel. (21:27)
- Joseph – What was said about Naperville was done tongue in cheek to call out the sanctuary states to start living their values.
- Tommy – There is an immigration crisis on the Mexico side of the boarder, also from other counties. (40:03)
- Mary – Regarding the boarder: I think we as Christians should handle it by thinking about mother Teresa and her call to serve the poor.