Bill O’Reilly Won’t Give Up On The Republican Leader’s Border Wall Idea
Once again, ladies and gentlemen, Bill O’Reilly and his border wall love affair.
Former Mexican president Vicente Fox sat down with Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly to talk about the border wall, and it was as uneducated and racist as you might expect. From the beginning, O’Reilly began professing his love for the would-be structure. Like, the dude seriously thinks building a wall is the most reasonable and responsible way to deal with immigration. You know, because forcibly keeping people out is how the United States has always rolled, right O’Reilly? LOL nope. Just ask his own ancestors. (Because he is of Irish decent, not Native American.)
“Here’s my take on this, and you tell me where I’m wrong,” O’Reilly told Vicente Fox at the start of the interview. “Patrolled vigilantly on both side, on both sides, I think a border wall is actually humane because it would cut down on people and drug smuggling. Two things that injure human beings, as you know. So, where am I going wrong?”
Well, here’s a quick rough draft of where you’ve been wrong on the border wall.
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That didn’t stop O’Reilly from continuing on his campaign to get Fox to agree with a border wall.
Fox brought out some facts, like the immigration bill that has been laying dormant in Congress that would address the immigration concerns of lil’ O’Reilly.
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“There are two better and less costly walls,” Fox started using the wall metaphor for something much bigger and realistic. “One is to approve the initiative, the bill, the migration bill that has been sitting in U.S. Congress for 10 years now presented by Senator McCain and Senator Kennedy. That bill brings a solution to migration, a solution to illegal or undocumented…”
But before Fox could finish, O’Reilly began spouting incorrect information to make an invalid point.
“But the American people in every poll, Mr. President, have made it clear they’re not going to support anything until they get the wall up to stop the millions of people coming in,” O’Reilly told Fox. This despite the fact that a recent poll negates his claim. According to the Pew Research Center, 62 percent of people oppose the wall. SIXTY-TWO PERCENT.