That being said, he never advocated a wall because he never felt it would stop the traffic. He filmed where the cartels had found ways to get around or through them. He likened the wall as a nice deterrent but not the answer. It would take years to complete. His answer to the problem was take away the money. Mandatory E-Verify, significant fines for abusers, taxing the money that is sent home outside the country, no freebies..remove the incentive to come here. He sees the problem of illegals as two-fold..the loss of job opportunities, the money they cost the taxpayers, the economic costs involved. The other side is who else is getting in without being vetted who are here to do us harm whether it be criminal or ideological.
He supports Trump because his platform is more in line with America first and is frustrated with him for not implementing E-Verify and sticking with the hard line regarding change of immigration loopholes. His comments reach Trump and when something is done that he thinks is good, he'll tell him and when he thinks he's sees him wavering, he'll tell him that too. DML takes a lot of heat from his followers when he's down on Trump.
In 2017, he forecast just what could be expected from the Dems during this administration and so far, he's been right on.
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