In today’s invigorating dialogue on The Patrick Madrid Show, we tackled the heart of the border crisis with fervor, analyzing government actions and the moral juxtapositions it creates. From a robust debate on the influence of cartels and the Biden administration’s policies to the personal stories that bring the immigration issue home. We approached conflicted feelings and the Christian response to societal change, and touched upon the mysteries of the Shroud of Turin. Whether it’s grappling with the stigmata or searching for solutions to the border’s complexities, our conversations aim to kindle awareness, compassion, and hope.
- Ed – I am an Ex-Marine. We need to clean out the Cartels in Mexico. That will help the border crisis.
- Mary – Regarding the border issue: I am married to a retired border patrol agent. With what is going on, I don’t think the governor needs to follow the current immigration laws. (06:40)
- Deacon Lewis – Regarding the drug cartels: I think we need to work on people who want the drugs. If people didn’t want them, the drugs would have no demand here.
- Miguel – I am Mexican and when everyone knew Biden would be president, the cartel told us to get ready because the border would be opened for us to cross.
- Patrick – If the democrats win this next election, they will make the immigrants citizens, and we will have a one party system.
- Jeff – The stigmata on Padre Pio is on the palms but the shroud is on the wrist. Why is there this discrepancy? (38:58)
- Lucy – My dad came here illegally. Am I a hypocrite for not wanting other people to come over illegally even thought my dad did? (46:46)