Trey Gowdy, the “Bulldog” from South Carolina, just gave Democrats a new reason to cry after he was asked if he backs President Donald Trump’s idea to send troops to the border. The congressman nailed it with eight words.
Millions of American patriots will be sad to see Congressman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) leave Congress after his term is up. He has an uncanny ability for wrecking the liberal narrative on everything from political corruption to immigration.
During a recent interview with Fox News host Stuart Varney of Varney & Co, Gowdy was presented with the President’s recent tweet about border security, which said, “Our Border Laws are very weak while those of Mexico & Canada are very strong. Congress must change these Obama era, and other, laws NOW! The Democrats stand in our way – they want people to pour into our country unchecked….CRIME! We will be taking strong action today.”
“He wants to send troops, well the National Guard, to the border. Do you approve? Yes or No?” Varney asked Gowdy to which the congressman firmly replied, “I do because no country should ever apologize for border integrity.”
Then, Trey Gowdy drove his point home. “The President is right. It’s a misdemeanor to cross the border without permission — a misdemeanor. It doesn’t become a felony unless and until you re-offend, and it’s not a crime at all to overstay your Visa,” Gowdy added. “I don’t know what gets weaker than not being a crime and a misdemeanor. No sovereign nation should ever apologize for border integrity,” Gowdy reiterated. “By whatever means that needs to be accomplished.”
“I think he’s doing this — President Trump is taking a very hard line because he’s disappointed in what Congress did,” Stuart Varney responded. “You didn’t give him a wall. You didn’t give him any wall funds. You didn’t give him any action on immigration,” he added.
Trey Gowdy is absolutely correct. No sovereign country should be apologetic about securing its borders and creating the maximum level of security for its people. Gowdy hit the nail on the head with his response. The President should use whatever means he finds necessary to secure our borders, regardless of what end of the country they are on.