WATCH: Border Patrol Agent Derails Nazi Argument, Tells What Really Goes On

Julia Nista General Assignment Reporter
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President of the Border Patrol Union in Tucson, AZ office Art Del Cueto went off on the idea that border patrol agents were being labeled “Nazis” Thursday on Fox News with Laura Ingraham.


Del Cueto went into detail about how young women are given birth control pills because families know they may be sending their daughters on a perilous journey were sexual abuse is a possible risk.

Then, he dug into the name-calling that has been directed at border patrol agents — with some even being called Nazis.

“It is sickening that certain members of the media have chosen to attack border patrol agents, and describe us as a Nazis. That is disgusting that you would even think that. I don’t know where that even comes from,” Del Cueto said.

He added, “Agents that I know that I have worked with, myself included, go to the field numerous times with our own food that we buy, toys, clothes, everything else, so we can assist to these people we arrest of the border. To compare us to Nazis as a whole new low. That is the most disgusting thing.”

Then, he took a turn to destroy the narrative surrounding the president and immigration policies.


“The reality is, the pictures you are seeing from a lot of these media outlets are from the last administration, not from President Trump’s Administration. You can spin it anyway you want but the reality is, I’m out there, all the time. I work that border, and I’m telling you right now, things are being done correctly,” Del Cueto said.

“And there’s a lot of people out there in the media that are twisting things around and villainizing something that isn’t there,” Del Cueto continued. “Their hatred toward one president is so amazing that you are blinded to the truth of what is happening right now.”

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