The former Border Patrol Chief in the Barack Obama administration who was removed by President Trump has joined the experts that are now supporting a border wall.
Mark Morgan, a former FBI agent, who served as Obama’s Border Patrol chief for most of 2016 is now supporting the wall. Morgan was asked to leave by the Trump administration in 2017.
While making a guest appearance on Tucker Carlson Tonight via Fox News, Morgan said that a border wall would “absolutely work.”
“If you look in the past, you don’t have to go too far back in history, that bipartisan legislation that was passed, the Secure Fence Act in 2006 and 2012, bipartisan legislation passed where they built the wall or fence or physical barrier, whatever you want to call it, it’s a wall. It works,” Morgan said.
Carlson brought up that Morgan had been fired by Trump, which he acknowledge before he stated he still agreed on the wall.
“The president is right, the president of [National] Border Control Council is right. The other day when they had the national press conference and they got up and they said, ‘The wall works,’ they’re right, and it’s not based on a personal, political ideology. That’s based on historical data and facts that can be proven,” Morgan said.
“I cannot think of a legitimate argument why anyone would not support the wall as part of a multi-layered border security issue,” he added. “Why aren’t we listening to the experts and the people who do it every day? I don’t understand that.”
The President’s opponents are now using words like “immoral” and “Inhumane” to describe the border wall. Yet just last year the GOP and Democrats voted to fully fund a wall in Jordan. It’s strange how that’s never mentioned in the mainstream media, isn’t it?
Tonight President Trump will address the nation from the Oval Office about the border situation. I encourage all Americans to tune in, have your kids watch, it’s imperative to start educating our youth on what’s happening in America. Stop letting the schools raise your children.
Matt Couch is the founder of America First Investigations and the CEO of the D.C. Chronicle News Group. Follow Matt on Twitter @RealMattCouch