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...it would mean that each of the 25 busiest border crossings with Mexico would need to operate at 44 times the weekly
...The line of Palios [Brazilian car] carting all of the new immigrants into the United States would therefore be 1.8 billion feet long, enough to stretch around the Earth 86 times. If each car started in Panama City, Panama, it would mean 106 lanes of traffic heading up to El Paso, with no room between the cars' bumpers from the Texas border to the Panamanian capital.
...The top 45 busiest airports in 2014 handled an average of 24.8 million people a week in 2014. If each of them somehow magically were able to deal with 10 times their normal influx of passengers — allowing flights at all hours and allowing planes to land in much closer sequence, say — we'd hit less than half of the one-week immigration total that Trump foresees.
...If those 17 million people wanted to cross the ocean on a fleet of Harmony of the Seases, we'd need 3,090 of them.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
Which means either:
1. Tom Brady lied this morning on the radio.
2. Donald Trump lied to tonight.
3. Tom Brady lied to Donald Trump tonight.