Immigrants sit atop the wall and people gather on both sides of the border separating Tijuana and San Diego as Central Americans who traveled through Mexico reach their destination to request asylum in the U.S. (Photo: Chris Carlson / Associated Press)
Columnist Deroy Murdock writes today’s read.
One researcher said this to Murdock about those who “pry open the back entrance” to America:
“What I can’t understand is the arrogance, the defiance of these people. I could comprehend someone wanting a better life, sneaking in, and, if caught, feeling apologetic. But these people are marching in front of cameras, in front of the whole world. They demand to be admitted here. Where does this sense of entitlement come from?”
Read the entire column here.