TYT say "no wall, just a fence"

Andrew Martinez
Andrew Martinez

Can we at the least mass dislike this? in fact, can we just chuck this sand nigger faggot over the wall? youtube.com/watch?v=z-qFc27kIFg

Grayson Brown
Grayson Brown

I can't stand watching that shitskin. Can you summarize what he says?

Also you're going to get banned for making this thread, just letting you know. I'm not reporting you, the mods will see it though.

Josiah Reed
Josiah Reed

Better to deny them the oxygen of publicity.
Then deny them literal oxygen on the DotR

Jacob James
Jacob James

make a webm you lazy cuckchan faggot

Ryder Williams
Ryder Williams

pretty much say aids and house republicans are saying there will be no wall, just a fence, bullshit considering the NPR release

while i usually agree and try to avoid posting (((jewtube))) shit, we need to understand these fuckers are the opposition and they already started try to DNC, Colbert did so too on his latest show

Joshua Bell
Joshua Bell

Why would the ICE endorse Trump if a impenetrable wall would put most of them out of work?

Daniel Davis
Daniel Davis

Trump doesn't need Congressional approval for the wall.

Brandon Jones
Brandon Jones

Just ignore the fucking mudslimes and they'll go away as their views crash.

Grayson Powell
Grayson Powell

The wall will be attacked and people will be smuggled via sea, their jobs will change and become watchers on the wall.

Liam Diaz
Liam Diaz

giving them views

Camden Ortiz
Camden Ortiz

Young Turks (Turkish: Jön Türkler, from French: Les Jeunes Turcs) was a political reform movement in the early 20th century, which favored replacement of the Ottoman Empire's absolute monarchy with a constitutional government. Later, their leaders led a rebellion against the absolute rule of Sultan Abdul Hamid II in the 1908 Young Turk Revolution.[1] With this revolution, the Young Turks helped to establish the Second Constitutional Era in 1908, ushering in an era of multi-party democracy for the first time in the country’s history.[2]

The struggle between the two groups of Young Turks ended in January 1913, when the top leadership of the CUP seized personal power from Freedom and Accord in the Raid on the Sublime Porte. The subsequent CUP-led government was headed by interior minister and Grand Vizier Talaat Pasha. Working with him were war minister Enver Pasha and naval minister Djemal Pasha. These "Three Pashas", as they came to be known, exercised absolute control over the Ottoman Empire from 1913 to 1918, bringing the country closer to Germany, signing the Ottoman–German Alliance to enter the Empire into World War I on the side of the Central Powers,[6][7][8] and carrying out the Armenian Genocide.[9] Following the war, the struggle between the two groups of Young Turks revived, Freedom and Accord Party regaining the control of the Ottoman government and Three Pashas fleeing into exile. Freedom and Accord rule was short lived, however, and the empire soon collapsed.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Young_Turks

Pure coincidence!

Alexander Turner
Alexander Turner

Funny thing about fences is, sightlines and bullets go through them

Ryder Walker
Ryder Walker

Their source is one quote which says congressional aides talked to DT advisory inquiring about alternatives. Niggers, he's going to build the wall

Easton Hughes
Easton Hughes

The wall should be built underground to prevent tunnels. Fences on the ground? Sure.

Connor Gomez
Connor Gomez

Yeah its horseshit, thx for clearing that up tho since he just shows the quote, and again, trumps 100 day plan included mention of the wall so im reassured. thx

Mason Cruz
Mason Cruz

The wall is a pork project for all the southern border states, you better believe they'll be all for it.

Dominic Johnson
Dominic Johnson

If they'd just control the borders effectively I wouldn't really care if they did it with a wall or not, I mean if guarding the border with genetically-engineered giant wolves trained to eat Mexicans are more cost-effective I'm cool with that

Jace Martinez
Jace Martinez

If anything, it's the absolute one thing Trump could never back down on - he introduced the idea of building the wall in his first speech when he announced his presidential bid. He wouldn't have mentioned it so many times if he couldn't/wouldn't get it done.

Besides, the amount of money saved from stopping illegal immigration and kicking out illegals more than covers the cost of the wall - not that the US will pay for it. It also creates jobs and will be seen as Trump's legacy after his term/s are up.

Justin Collins
Justin Collins

Every argument liberals have against the wall is demoralization. "If you build a wall, they'll bring ladders. If you make it taller, they'll tunnel under. If you build it out to the sea, they'll go around in boats. If you put mines in the sea to sink the boats, they'll parachute in from planes," ad infinitum. It's pointless to do anything because the coyotes and cartels will have to try harder and spend more money and risk long prison sentences for themselves and their flunkies to circumvent the wall, so we should just keep doing what Obama is doing right now:

NOTHING

By that logic, criminals will always commit crime, so we just should have police because what's the point? :^) Undoubtedly once in a while some will get over/under/around/teleport through, but the mere presence of a giant immovable cement block will make border hopping all but impossible for the average 4'10" Pablo and Esperanza.

Expect comparisons to the Berlin Wall - which was built by the left's beloved Soviet Union - where they fail to acknowledge that the Berlin Wall was built to keep East Germans trapped inside, while this wall will be built to keep out trash that we never wanted in the first place.

Carter Turner
Carter Turner

WebM for The Young Cockroaches.

If anything, it's the absolute one thing Trump could never back down on - he introduced the idea of building the wall in his first speech when he announced his presidential bid. He wouldn't have mentioned it so many times if he couldn't/wouldn't get it done.
He did say the wall was negotiable though. He said maybe it will be 40 feet, maybe it will be 42 feet, you have to be flexible.

Justin White
Justin White

The wall still needs people to man it - fly surveillance drones, patrol, man the MG emplacements, etc. You'll also have to have ICE on the lookout for illegals who slip in through the gates smuggled in trucks, and so on.

Lots of jobs to be had.

Dominic Morris
Dominic Morris

He said maybe it will be 40 feet, maybe it will be 42 feet, you have to be flexible.

Is that before or after he made it 10 feet higher?

Ian Gomez
Ian Gomez

Shit, I forgot to attach the WebM.

And that second part was for:

JUST FUCK MY SHIT UP

Ryan Hernandez
Ryan Hernandez

And then I go a quote the wrong post at the end.

I'll shut the fuck up now, enjoy the WebM though.

Jeremiah Garcia
Jeremiah Garcia

Regardless whether it is a physical barier or a barrier of ICE agents there will be a wall

Alexander Ortiz
Alexander Ortiz

There needs to (and will be) a physical wall. ICE agents can be scaled back by future administrations. Walls can be build to stand the test of time.

Future administrations won't be able to tear it down directly either, because that would be political suicide.

Easton Cruz
Easton Cruz

It needs to be a wall in critical areas, and rest a fence, the libcucks will just make a symbol if all of it will be a wall and try to take it down each day, justifying chimp outs and shit. Make concrete wall in some parts, and rest fence with hired personnel.

David Rivera
David Rivera

It hink they have mistaken what kind of wall it's gonna be and what sort of payment he was taking about

Lucas Morgan
Lucas Morgan

congressional aides to cuck lawmakers wanted to meet with Trump to discuss alternatives

GEE GOLLY ITS FUCKING NOTHING, LOOKS LIKE OP IS A HUGE FAGGOT

Joseph Thompson
Joseph Thompson

congress wants to discuss a fence with Trump
HOLY SHIT GUYS TRUMP CONFIRMED FOR BUILDING A FENCE
Do you think he knows he's being dishonest, or is he genuinely too dumb to know that congressional aides speak for congressman and not the president-elect? Serious question; I have very little faith in the intelligence of turkroaches.

Ethan Foster
Ethan Foster

Fox, TYT, NPR all shilling the same "trump cancels all his campaign promises" shit for the last two days. Disgusting. These cocksleeves all get their marching orders from the same (((place))).

Bentley Mitchell
Bentley Mitchell

I was right, they brought up the Berlin Wall within the very first minute. Cenk Uygur is a huge faggot. It says right on Trump's website that it's going to be a wall. If it's a wall backed up by two layers of fencing, topped with razor-wire, with land mines in between, then that's great. As for the issue of private land being in the path, that land can and probably will be purchased from the owners, as is customary when government acquires land for projects like freeways.

The only thing this Turkroach mentioned that I think is actually a legitimate concern, instead of liberal smug, is Jamie Dimon being considered for Treasury Secretary. But that's a separate issue, because it's not the wall.

Overall 2/10, would Crusade against.

John Ross
John Ross

In reality, Trump has smoothed relations with Russia, has Assad willing to work with him, made the stockmarket explode and has both Canada and Mexico ready to renegotiate NAFTA and he's not even the president yet.

I have very little faith in the intelligence of turkroaches.

That's for a good reason

Joshua Howard
Joshua Howard

walls are barriers.
they can be physical or spiritual.
what's important is its practicality.

Logan Wood
Logan Wood

private land
google "eminent domain"
The government is allowed to take any land they want as long as it's for public use and they compensate the owner at or above market price.

Jayden Morgan
Jayden Morgan

What if we put fences on both sides of the wall?

Eli Parker
Eli Parker

Better yet, put a monorail on top of it and a 16 ft moat on each side, irrigating the soil and creating more farmland