Close our borders |

Close our borders

According to the Associated Press article printed in the Oct. 27 edition of The Union, the Mexican shooter Luis Enrique Monroy-Bracmonte who recently killed people here in Placer County, had already been deported back to Mexico twice for earlier crimes and 2 million have been deported by our current administration.

So what is the good of deporting anyone, when they can sneak right back across our open borders? The last statement in the article quoting a U.S. attorney in San Diego says “Short of locking down the border and deporting everyone and not letting anyone in in the future … that’s the only solution and that’s not really a solution.”

As far as I’m concerned, that is the solution! Not only can Mexican criminals easily get in, but what’s to stop terrorists from getting in, disguised at Mexicans?

We need to close our borders!

Marcia Winborne-Graven

Lake of the Pines

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