Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Congressional Testimony On Border Security Live On Paltalk




The overflow of the Mexican drug gang wars into the United States is of great concern to those responsible for Homeland Security.

There have been rampant kidnappings on the streets of Phoenix. The Texas border with Mexico is dangerous. The mayor of Juarez, Mexico is hiding out in El Paso. Mexican gang killings are taking place as far away from the border as Atlanta. And U.S. Border Patrol agents are interdicting vehicles leaving the United States for Mexico with guns and ammunition.

On Thursday March 12 at 10 AM New York time, Rep. Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), chair of the House Subcommittee on Border, Maritime and Global Counterterrorism will hold a hearing examining violence at the U.S./Mexico Border. We will be bringing you that hearing live on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com. The hearing will also be Congress' first major look into the Mexican drug war.

Witnesses will testify about the border violence, the areas affected and the ramifications of violence spreading onto U.S. soil. Of interest is the ongoing and planned response of Homeland Security.

The witnesses will also be asked about southbound gunrunning from the United States into Mexico.

To watch and comment on the testimony on News Talk Online on Paltalk.com at 10 AM New York time Wednesday March 12 CLICK HERE.

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2 comments:

Anonymous said...

This hearing is just going to be alot of fluff. Nothing will change. Loretta Sanchez ran a dirty campaign in California. She had illegals register to vote for her. As if she cares.
Oh and I can hardly wait for them to blame it all on Americas gun laws. How they get the guns from gun shops in America. Give me a break. They dont import the weapons they use into America anymore. Lets chip away at our rights again just because Mexico can not control their own corrupt country.

Anonymous said...

It's bout time it was noticed. They should have done more about it long time ago I guess things have to get way out of control before the government takes notice. The drug problem has been going on for many years. Many many years. Now we are worrying about our children and our lives. Yet illegal immigrants get all the benefits here in the US and tax paying citizens can't even get representation. Ah well, NEXXXXT!!
TJonna