This Video PROVES Hillary Is More Like Trump Than She Wants To Admit…SHE SAID IT FOR 10 YEARS PRIOR TO THE ELECTION


VIA| One of Republican nominee Donald Trump’s most well-received campaign messages has been his promise to build a “big, beautiful” wall along the Mexican border to stem the tide of illegal immigration into the United States.

Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton has (unsurprisingly) taken the opposite stance and spoken repeatedly about tearing down barriers between people and granting amnesty to those already living illegally in America.

As with most issues about which Clinton has voiced an opinion, she didn’t always believe in what she is saying now. In fact, Sept. 29 marked the 10-year anniversary of Clinton voting to build a fence along the southern border, The Daily Caller reported.

Yes, you did in fact read that correctly.

The bill, called “The Secure Fence Act of 2006,” looked to hinder the flow of illegals into the U.S. by building a double-layer fence along parts of the border and increasing funding for border patrol agents.

Clinton justified her vote for the bill at the time by stating that it was necessary to build a fence to stop illegal immigration — which is exactly what Trump is saying now, and Clinton is arguing against.

“There isn’t any sensible approach except to do what we need to do simultaneously: You know, secure our borders with technology and personnel, physical barriers if necessary in some places,” Clinton stated 10 years ago, explaining her support for the bill.

Obviously the fence did not work as well as was hoped, because hundreds of thousands of people still enter the United States illegally every year.

The only way to really cut down on illegal immigration will be to build a substantial wall and enforce our immigration laws. Nothing will ever stop illegal immigration completely, but a solid wall will drastically reduce the numbers of people able to enter this country illegally.

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