Filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch countered President Obama’s push for comprehensive immigration reform with footage and eyewitness testimony confirming that our southern border is porous almost to the point of non-existence.
Lynch documented to Fox News host Megyn Kelly destroyed fence sections allowing cartels to ship drugs during his appearance on “The Kelly Files” Friday.
As an eyewitness said, border patrol agents “know where they’re coming. They still get away.”
Lynch, who produced the documentary, “They Come to America: The Cost of Amnesty,” told Kelly, “I have seen everything — from terror, down to drugs, you name it.”
While all this is going on, “you have 200 border patrol trucks sitting in the parking lot,” he said.
“You give amnesty to 20, 30, 40 million people, that changes the country forever,” Lynch continued. “That is a legacy.”
And it’s not just Mexican citizens making their way across. Lynch reported a surprising “50-50 mix” of Mexican nationals to those from other countries, including those “the Justice Department deems as a national threat.”
Watch the full interview from Fox News.
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