Border crossers use torches, bungees on fence

We are spending Billions of dollars on a border fence that before it is even finished isn’t working. Check this out!

Border crossers use torches, bungees on fence

Illegal immigrants armed with torches, hacksaws, ladders and even bungee cords are making it around a section of the U.S.-Mexico border fence hailed as the most efficient way to stop them.

In the 10 months since the section was put up, the only method federal agents have not seen is a tunnel, said Victor Guzman, the supervisory Border Patrol agent responsible for the stretch of close-together 15-foot cement-filled steel poles planted three feet into the ground.

Agents responsible for guarding the stretch of border in New Mexico about 80 miles west of El Paso, Texas, started seeing cuts in the fence. The towering gray and rust colored posts are marked with bright orange spray paint in areas believed to have been breached, Guzman said.

Once again our bureaucracy is totally inept. And wasting precious dollars on a solution that is not a solution.

It’s a joke. Homeland security depends on torches and bungee cords.