Just duck! Univision host says border agents should dodge rocks thrown at them instead of asking for the wall.
“I would just ask you, Martha, is it worth $25 billion to keep people 100, 200, 300 yards away from the border to throwing rocks at agents on the other side when you just do this (he ducked out of frame). Is that worth $25 billion?” “They should dodge the rocks? You think they should just dodge the rocks?” asked McCallum.
Univision host Enrique Acevedo suggested during a Friday interview with Martha MacCallum that instead of building the wall, it would be more financially sound for border patrol agents simply to dodge the rocks hurled at them from across the border.
“Well, it’s always a good thing when we can keep border patrol agents, federal agents safer. I would just ask you, Martha, is it worth $25 billion to keep people 100, 200, 300 yards away from the border to throwing rocks at agents on the other side when you just do this [bends out of frame]. Is that worth $25 billion?” Acevedo asked. More
Why on earth should the US let these rock throwers in? If a person threw a rock at your home, would you invite them in or would you sic your dog on them?
These aren’t tiny rocks, they’re much larger, and I’d love to see this lying #fakenewsmedia hack dodge them
— Robyn K. (@rossr122) April 8, 2019
A thrown rock can be a deadly weapon U.S. Customs and Border Protection should return the favor by throwing hot lead back at them.
I have no problem with that. If criminals attack our agents, there should be consequences. Just like if I break into your house and throw rocks at you and your family you would be justified in shooting me to end the threat
— Rod (@92helix) April 6, 2019