Zac Petkanas: ‘Most Undocumented Immigrants Don’t Actually Come over the Southern Border’

‘They come through ports of entry legally and then overstay their visas’

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PETKANAS: "My problem with this overall is that it is not actually addressing the problem. We’ve had a net decrease in terms of undocumented immigration over the last decade that started during the Obama Administration. Most undocumented immigrants don’t actually come over the southern border. They come through ports of entry legally and then they overstay their visas. You could have a moat of alligators in it between Mexico and —"
FAULKNER: "The drugs aren't coming in that way. They're not coming in by United Airlines or American Airlines or whatever."

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