A high wall would end the border patrol's reliance on dogs and tear gas when rushed by would-be border crossers throwing stones.
By Victor Davis Hanson
December 20, 2018
Border Patrol agent walks near the fence separating Mexico and California. | AP Photo
There was likely never going to be “comprehensive immigration reform” or any deal amnestying the DACA recipients in exchange for building the wall. Democrats in the present political landscape will not consent to a wall. For them, a successful border wall is now considered bad politics in almost every manner imaginable.