While I understand the need for some kind of wall/barrier, it alone isn't sufficient to reduce the flow of illegals and I think a stronger penalty is
needed for those caught crossing illegally - other countries like China, Iran, etc take their border security very seriously and a person might find
themselves indefinetly in some remote work camp doing hard manual labor until they can no longer move - I suspect NK might have similar laws. Of
course, that isn't a reasonable course of action for the US, but I'm sure something on the more leinent side of a hard labor camp could be arrainged
for those caught illegally entering.
On another note, I could see something like this becoming more prevelent if a wall is erected, possibly with a controller shuttling people over in
groups (single person at a time, then returning for other person, possibly bringing "US exports" on the return trip for another person.
Of course it would be refined a little more to make it more safe for people, but this is just showing the tech is already available and useable and I
doubt something like this would be very expensive to construct.
edit on 1 13 2019 by DigginFoTroof because: (no reason given)
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