Night video of illegals climbing over US-Mexico border wall, kicking aside concertina wire

Rodney S. Scott is Chief Patrol Agent of the U.S. Border Patrol – San Diego Sector.

On November 15, 2018, Scott posted to Istagram a video taken the night before, of an illegal kicking aside the coils of concertina wire that our military had placed along the border to discourage and prevent the “caravan” invaders from crossing into the United States.

See “Operation Faithful Patriot: more than 5,200 U.S. troops deployed to secure US-Mexico border will be armed

Scott wrote:

Footage from our thermal cameras last night of the two individuals who climbed the border wall and destroyed concertina wire installed earlier in the day. You can see them kick the spool of wire as they attempt to break it off the wall.

Here’s the video:

So much for concertina wire as a deterrent.

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Night video of illegals climbing over US-Mexico border wall, kicking aside concertina wire
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Dan
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Am I missing something in all this? Why would President Trump respond to unambiguous Dem and msm subversion of American sovereignty, except with official press releases explaining his actions defending the border from invasion? Declaring this an invasion, an immanent threat, and a very real national emergency, why would he even bother responding to the ninth circuit’s unconstitutional attempts to undermine the sovereignty of the United States of America? Considering a Republican Congress can immediately override the ninth circuit and place any border security emergency legislation beyond the reach of judicial review by any court, it would appear the talk… Read more »

John Molloy
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John Molloy

Razor wire might be a better deterrent until the Wall is completed.

 
Buzz
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Buzz

Razor wire backed up by M-16 rifles will do the trick. You will not have to shoot many before they get the message. Sacrificing a few of these illegal alien thugs to send a message is no big deal.

 
Irate Nate
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Irate Nate

The wire, as is the fence itself, is only an effective deterrent if patrolled by armed personnel. Sorry if reality seems too harsh.

 
DCG
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That is not how one seeks asylum. The media can spin it all they want but the truth is in your eyes. Invasion. Do whatever it takes to keep ’em out.

 
Whoopie
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Whoopie

“So much for concertina wire as a deterrent.” I didn’t see him making it over the wall, nor did I see his kicking at the wire have any effect.

 
Texan Forever
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Texan Forever

What wasI missing? … All I saw was one guy kicking at the lower tier of concertina wire, probably slicing up his shoes. I didn’t see anyone making it over the top.
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Lophatt
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Lophatt

I read several articles on this today. Basically, the Mexicans arrest 108 people for storming the wall and other disruptive behavior. They are to be deported. The Mexicans say that these groups are highly organized and that they force the women and children to the front, then start throwing rocks and bottles. They are still reporting that many of the children are not the children of the women they are with. There are reports that rubber bullets were fired against “The New Demonrat Base” who jumped the wall at Imperial Beach. They were captured and return to Mexico (perfect). If… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

This sums it up nicely:

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Lophatt
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Lophatt

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Alma
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Alma

To begin with that wire should have not been used, barb wire penetrates and when pulling out from it opens wounds, that is the real deterrent, not the Mickey Mouse concertina. Invading caravans and rubber bullets mix well too. Look I’m not looking for blood, I want to protect my country.

 
Lophatt
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Lophatt

Just to show that Soros is in constant control of “our media”, here’s the latest docu-drama from Tijuana/San Ysidro.

https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/lies-everywhere-migrants-slam-the-border-fake-pictures-fake-narrativesbombshell/

So now we know what they do with their time when they’re not stealing elections.

 
Lophatt
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Lophatt

I love Trump’s response. It is PRECISELY CORRECT. Today they were threatening to make 5,000 + full frontal assaults using the vehicle lanes.

I love this. This is exactly right. It is Mexico’s problem. They need to take it up with Soros and friends.

https://sputniknews.com/us/201811261070138461-us-border-close-trump/

 
Flanders
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Flanders

Was there more than a mere “caravan” which was being destined for delivery across the US border?

“Busted: 484 Kilos of Methamphetamine in Sugar Sacks”

“Mexico City: The Federal Police detained a subject in Sonora who transported half a ton of methamphetamine in 12 bags of sugar in a tractor truck from Guadalajara, Jalisco, and bound for Tijuana, Baja California.”

https://www.borderlandbeat.com/2018/11/busted-484-kilos-of-methamphetamine-in.html

 
Flanders
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Flanders

“Fr. Solalinde blames Without Borders NGO for migrant mess, “It was done to provoke Trump” [A Mexican Catholic “human rights” activist] Solalinde accuses NGO of deceiving migrants; He says that he was deceived along with the Central American and Mexican migrants, the caravan brought polleros and armed persons to the city. Here the negative actor is the organization, Pueblo Sin Fronteras, says Fr. Solalinde. There is no greater champion for Central American migrants; Alejandro Solalinde Guerra is a Mexican Catholic priest and human rights activist. He is the coordinator of the South Pacific Human Mobility Ministry of the Mexican Bishopric… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

This is what I mean about “bringing Mexico North”. Somebody has bribed the Border Patrol to let them through. This is in Arizona across the Colorado River.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qN7woD0rlAE

 
Flanders
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Flanders

“This weekend alone, Border Patrol Agents made close to 1,900 arrests throughout the Rio Grande Valley. “The smugglers don’t care for the individuals they’re crossing, all they care about is the money. They see these as a commodity, not as people,” said Border Patrol Agent Marcelino Medina. On Friday, November 30, agents from the Weslaco Station found a group of 73 undocumented immigrants near Hidalgo. One of those arrested was confirmed to be an MS-13 Gang Member, according to RGV Sector Chief Manuel Padilla, Jr. On Saturday, December 1, Border Patrol Agents stopped 27 human smuggling attempts and intercepted 2,500… Read more »