Ep 432 | Texas Mayor Calls BS on Elected Officials for Ignoring Invasion of State

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Published Jun 14, 2019, 6:17 PM

We are joined today by a small-town mayor 40 miles from the border to give us a sense of how local communities are suffering from federal dysfunction on the border. Mayor Don McLaughlin of Uvalde, Texas, believes that with American cities suffering so much from homelessness, we should not be forced to take care of the impoverished of other countries as well. He updates us on the criminals entering his town, the threat of diseases, and the costs to local communities. 

In short, Mayor McLaughlin gives us the red, white, and blue point of view both parties in Washington never give us. “We’re trying to be so politically correct in everything we do now that it’s going to get somebody hurt. ... We need to throw the skunk on the table and put it right out in the open where people can see. If most people knew what was happening at the border, you might see a change, a big change, in America. But our elected officials tend to want to keep it quiet. … The elected officials we have right now aint cuttin’ it.”  

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Just 2% of family unit border apprehensions in California, so why do CA judges rule?

10 things to know about Tom Homan

My print interview with McLaughlin

BP union official says agents getting sick from diseases  

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