Two Arizona ranchers said on “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning that the flood of illegals has slowed to a trickle since President Donald Trump took office and prioritized border security.
Their comments oppose the view of House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi who claims that Trump’s proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border is “immoral,” “expensive” and “unwise.”
John Ladd, who raises beef cattle at his San Jose ranch, said since Trump was elected and since they’ve erected an 18-foot-high Ballard fence on their property, illegal immigrant crossing has dropped by 90 to 95 percent.
“With that activity, it’s almost nonexistent to see an illegal anymore,” Ladd tells Fox & Friends host Steve Doocy.
Fred Davis, who operates a ranch near the Mexican border in Tombstone, Arizona, said Trump’s proposed wall is needed in outlying areas where most illegals cross to get in.
Both Ladd and Davis have invited Pelosi to their property, but so far the California lawmaker has not responded to their request.
100% Fed Up reports:
Fred Davis and John Ladd are two Arizona ranchers who were guests on Fox and Friends this morning. As ranchers who are living and making a living on our US-Mexico border, they had a very different story to tell viewers. While laughing at claims made by Democrat House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, Ladd and Davis talked about how ridiculous her claims were and what the benefits of a real wall on our borders would mean to the actual residents living in the nightmare of illegal immigration.