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Legislature needs to authorize border-security force

I recently contacted the Arizona Legislature and requested that lawmakers start working toward authorization of an Arizona State Border Security Force.

As an Arizona resident I feel that we must do something to prevent the invasion of foreigners from continuing.

The sovereignty of my state and this great nation depend on one loyal population. Right now, we have a multitude of hyphenated citizens and invaders whose loyalty, in many cases, lies with their parent country and in direct opposition to the United States’ founding principles. In my opinion, that is unacceptable.

As is Mexico’s stance concerning its own borders, Americas’ border security is an absolute must.
— Frank Middleton, Sanders, AZ

2 comments

  1. I wholeheartedly agree with this gentleman.
    Apparently all the Federal Government wants to
    do is pile lawsuits on our state.
    The federal government is not only negligent as far
    As securing our border with Mexico, I believe it should be
    held accountable for any more deaths on the border or in
    our state as a direct result, or a consequence of, illegal aliens
    having the ability to gain access to our state.

    I would also encourage the legislature to work on an authorization
    for an AZ State Border Security Task Force.
    Let’s stop the deaths and the crime and the destruction of our
    infrastructure as soon as possible.

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