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Top of the show:
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“Now, even as we evolve our institutions and drive creative new partnerships, let me be clear, certain principles of our international system are sanct- sacrosanct.”
“It is the Martha Zoller Show, and that is President Biden at the UN. There’s supposed to be a Security Council meeting today. He’s gonna be in New York for three days, and you know what he’s not doing? He’s not meeting with Mayor Eric Adams and he’s not taking a look at any of these migrant facilities, and he’s not dealing with the problems that people are having. In Staten Island, which is a borough of New York, there is an old Catholic school that the city of New York had bought with the promise of turning it into a school. Uh, the nuns had sold it. It was an old Catholic school that had been around forever. Guess what it is now. It’s a migrant facility.
And so, the parents that go to the PS, they call their public schools PS, goes to the PS school in that neighborhood and then there’s another, uh, private school in that neighborhood, that because of all the migrants that are there, the parents have to take diverted routes to get to their school that is open, they have to get there a half an hour earlier and stay a half an hour later than what they typically have done because of all these closed roads because they don’t want people driving right by this migrant facility. It’s a mess.
You know, we had about, um, you know… We had a couple of months at the dead of the summer where the Biden administration was touting how low the numbers are. But I think that was just because of the heat of the summer because we’re about to break records again for this fiscal year and the people are coming by the tens of thousands at the Darien Gap at c-… In Costa… At the border of Costa Rica, at other places where trains are being filled with people, where they’re standing in the trains. It’s not a train like you and I would travel on. They’re like cargo. They… These people are being treated like cargo. And they are cargo for the cartels. And this is 21st century slavery, and outside of Houston, there is a subdivision, for lack of a better word, that they allow people to buy cash property at high interest rates. It’s all illegal immigrants that, quote, “Own it.” But the minute you miss a payment… It’s like the mob, okay? The minute you miss a payment, you lose all the money you put into it, you lose the property, and then they can turn around sell it to somebody else, and they are.
Chip Roy of Texas is trying to figure out what’s behind this because it’s in his district, but it looks like it’s drug cartels that are in this. Every way they can figure out how to break our laws, they are doing it. And people in this country who call themselves immigration activists, who are against illegal immigration, are wasting time criticizing governors like Governor Kemp because they didn’t do exactly what they thought, and that my defense of that was that things are very different than they were four years ago as far as immigration goes. It has gone from the problems that we have had for years here with our Hispanic population primarily, where there were illegal immigrants mixed in with illegal immigrants, there were mixed status families, there were DACA kids, there were things that we understood that were happening. I’m not justifying any of it, but it was there.
Below: 2018 Kemp campaign TV ad
* Related: Sanctuary Georgia
We went through four years of Donald Trump and he got it pretty much under control where there was less than 500 people a day coming across the border illegally. Now it’s thousands of people a day. And we’re fighting with people that agree with us, and that’s why we’re not getting anything done. You know, we’ve got to look at the bigger picture here, and the bigger picture is that, uh, President Trump… I, I mean President Biden is not enforcing the laws of this country and he is not respecting the boundaries of this country, and for that, he should be impeached, okay? For that, he should be removed from office. Uh, but he’s not going to be, I don’t think. There aren’t enough votes in the Senate.
But I’ll go back to what I talked about yesterday. There are three things that could fix where we are right now and make life better for everybody. You open up every ability to produce oil. You open up more refinery space, build it if you have to, and that affects the prices of everything and it will do immediately because it is a commodity, it is a futures market, and if the futures look like they’re gonna have plenty of supply, the prices start to go down. And, you know, you Libs, you should love this because even though oil companies are in the middle of the pack as far as, as, um, uh, as far as profits go, they’ll have less profits if the prices go down, so you ought to be happy about that. And as a conservative, I’ll be happy that there’s more supply and the prices of everything will go down.
The second thing is we gotta go ou- all out on the border. We need to engage the Texas National Guard, the Arizona National Guard, th- the, uh, New Mexico National Guard, anybody else that wants to help, we engage them along with Border Patrol and we get this border secure and we get people… Drive people to come through the actual ports of entry and you turn people away if they haven’t followed the process appropriately. It’s very simple, and it doesn’t make us bad people, because as we- we’ve demonstrated over and over again, we immigrate more people legally than the rest of the world combined. We are not an anti-immigrant country.
And then we need to get on regular budget order. And if we do those three things, even though there’s a lot of other things we need to talk about…” (end of relevant talking points).