Bolton: Open borders ‘destroying this experiment’ of America

By Cheryl Chumley

John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (Credit: Wikipedia)
John Bolton, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations (Credit: Wikipedia)

John Bolton, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said immigration is one of the biggest policy decisions facing the country right now and, if the borders continue to be treated like a sieve, this great “experiment” called America would suffer irreparable damage.

Specifically, he told Breitbart News Daily that unchecked illegal immigration is “destroying this experiment” called America, and “the consequences will come sooner than later and they will be negative in their entirety.”

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Bolton also said, Breitbart reported: “There’s a philosophy out there and it’s the kind of conventional wisdom on the international left that international borders, you know, they’re just kind of there and really, people should be allowed to go anywhere they want. They don’t like to say that so expressly, publicly.

“And I guess I’m exaggerating for effect to an extent, but the notion that a given nation, a Spain, can be filled with, I know this is anachronistic, Spanish people, is something that they reject. So if you live in the Middle East and want to live in Germany, why not?”

Host Stephen Bannon then asked Bolton about his thoughts on America’s borders with Mexico.

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Bolton said, Breitbart reported: “I think that after decades of being lectured by our friends in Europe about our attitude toward illegal immigration, they’re now seeing the chickens come home to roost. I think citizenship is a critical concept in a democratic society and America has, over the years, because of our melting pot phenomenon, our ability to integrate people from all over the world – it’s our national motto E Pluribus Unum – it has made us the greatest country in history.

“If you abandon that and say that citizenship is for anybody that happens to be on our side of the border, you’re destroying this experiment. And the consequences will come sooner than later and they will be negative in their entirety.”

 

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