AZ newspaper desperately calls effective border wall “ecological disaster”
Sunday’s edition of the seriously declining local newspaper exemplifies the facile agility of a desperate contortionist. Aware there is no way to logically promote the massive invasion of the United States by illegal aliens from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, which has reached crisis proportions during the Biden administration, the latest marketing tool being employed is ecological: “Scarring sacred lands” and “displacing wildlife.” The poser following this absurdity is, “Can the border fence be taken down?” The front page report is dramatically headlined, “The Wall’s Death Grip,” continuing on three full inside pages.
This is a sample of “facts” from the article: “The construction has cut through fragile ecosystems in some of North America’s hotspots of biodiversity, where animal species like bears and jaguars once roamed unimpeded. While the long-term effects on the environment are uncertain, conservationists say the barriers and water use have worsened conditions for habitats already threatened by the changing climate.”
Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s Minister for Public Enlightenment and Propaganda, masterminded the Nazi propaganda machine while implementing its murderous agenda. His effective theme was “Tell the big lie often enough and people will come to believe it.” That deceit has become the reliable tool of the left. Joe Biden, as feeble and frail as the Arizona Republic, has appointed Vice President Kamala Harris to be in charge of implementing border policy, which she finds laughable. She has yet to hold a press conference or travel to the southern border to witness the massive influx of uneducated hordes — among them, thousands of unaccompanied minors — all being welcomed and resettled across the U.S. as eventual democrats by the Biden administration.
Their underhanded dealing on this critical problem isn’t playing well with Americans. A Quinnipiac University poll found that only 29 percent of Americans approve of Biden’s handling the border crisis, while 55 percent disapprove.
Forty-eight percent also told Pew that they view illegal immigration as a “very big problem,” up 20 points from a year ago.
No wonder a ballot recount is taking place in Arizona‘s most populous county.