What Happened When A Trump Supporter Challenged Me About the Wall
Vicky Alvear Shecter

I just have a couple questions.

  1. Why compare this to the Berlin Wall? That wall divided a country and its people. The border wall would divide two separate countries, and help funnel people to proper points of entry.
  2. If everything the right says about immigration is wrong, and this in no way will work, then why did, at one point, political figures on the left advocate for better boarder security, including a barrier? Some of those same political figures are the ones that now strongly stand against such a barrier. A few years ago they also claimed that illegal immigration and drug trafficking was a problem.

I am curious as someone who sits in just about the middle of the political spectrum, and finds both sides to be rather untrustworthy.