In a heated discussion about the Senate’s immigration reform bill on Hannity Thursday, Michelle Malkin said promises of tougher border security are nothing more than “empty gestures.” The Senate’s agreement to double the number of border patrol agents, expand border fencing and improve technologies does nothing to convince Malkin that the bill is something other than mass amnesty, and will somehow result in less rather than more illegal immigration.
“I reject the premise of ‘secure the border first.’ I hate these platitudes. It’s secure the border period, because the constitution says…that it is the duty of the federal government not only to provide for the common defense but to secure the states against invasion, and they’ve failed and failed and failed to do that job,” she said.
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