It just takes one diagram to spell out what works at our border.

The border areas without a wall/barrier are exploding with illegal entries, but the other border sectors with a fence/wall have seen a steep decline in illegal entries.

As it is, the Rio Grande sector is seeing over 1,000 entries of illegals per day!

Sarah Carter reported this morning that there have been over 1,200 in the past 24 hours at the Rio Grande sector:

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The diagram below shows that barriers erected in the 1990s helped slow down the traffic from Mexico:

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The holes need to be plugged along the border:

The prediction for this year of how many illegals will cross our border is staggering! One million illegals are estimated to cross!

THE BORDER PATROL JUST RELEASED A VIDEO: WALLS WORK! The U.S. Border Patrol has been constructing border barriers for nearly 30 years, and these barriers have proved to be a critical component in gaining operational control of the border. Illegal drug and human smuggling activity have decreased in those areas where barriers have been deployed. To enhance border security, the Border Patrol is making significant investments to build a new wall and replacing existing, inferior barriers. The first project completed was in in the Border Patrol’s El Centro Sector in California along with a two-mile stretch of border immediately west of the Calexico Port of Entry.

If we don’t want the disaster that happened in Europe when one million migrants invaded, we need to build the wall AND change immigration policy STAT!

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