Masked Thugs VANDALIZE Border Patrol Museum, Try To Destroy Memorial!
The problem with liberals is that they seem to think that they can destroy anything that they want because they see something that they do not agree with.
Look at the riots in Baltimore a few years ago. They were burning down their city because they did not agree with something.
It’s like buying a movie that you know that you are not going to like and setting your house on fire so you don’t have to watch the movie anymore. It’s gotten that silly and sickening.
Liberals also think that in terms of illegal immigration that it’s the Border Patrol’s problem that all of these illegals are crossing the border. Border Patrol’s job is supposed to be making sure that folks that are supposed to be coming in are coming in and those that are not allowed are not let in.
Every Border Patrol interaction I have ever had when my parents used to take us to Canada on vacation when I was younger was always great because we were allowed to go there and had the proof. That and when we went to Canada we would go camping for a week and then come back like we said we were going to.
We didn’t then drive to Toronto and start trashing the city because we did’t like the fact that we couldn’t stay forever.
A group of masked protesters “occupied and reclaimed” a privately run Border Patrol museum located on federal land. The demonstrators defaced a memorial honoring fallen agents, curators reported.
Newly appointed Houlton Sector Chief Patrol Agent Jason Owens tweeted a shocking message that a group of masked protesters “occupied and reclaimed” the Border Patrol Museum and defaced the fallen agent memoria. He called the memorial a “very sacred monument.”
Yesterday, masked protestors “occupied & reclaimed” (whatever that means) the #BorderPatrol museum (non-profit entity run by volunteers) & defaced our fallen agent memorial (a very sacred monument).
The tweet shows the memorial after protesters placed placards over the faces of U.S. Border Patrol agents who were killed in the line of duty. The photos also show the protesters walking around inside the museum, wearing masks in an apparent effort to intimidate staff.
The pictures on the placards included images of three children. One of the children was seven-year-old Jakelin Caal, the Guatemalan girl who died hours after being taken into custody, the Washington Examiner reported. Caal died from a blood condition she would have acquired prior to entering the U.S., an autopsy found.
Museum director David Ham told the Examiner that cameras picked up the protesters outside the remote facility near El Paso, Texas. The video showed the group putting on masks before entering the property. Ham said that about 50 protesters entered the facility and refused to leave. Staff called 911 and military police from Fort Bliss responded.
“We have cameras, and we saw them gathering in the parking lot. We saw them come in the museum, and she had called 911. I was able to watch the cameras on my cellphone. They came in after putting masks on,” Ham told the reporter in a cell phone interview.
“They proceeded to set up a bunch of signs and just went all over the museum. They, of course, had an agenda, they were chanting and singing songs, and then a couple of them got on a bullhorn,” Ham explained. “We had visitors in the museum. They started talking and kind of harassing them. Of course, the staff was asking them to leave, and they wouldn’t leave.”