Brown For US Senate - ICYMI: SCOTT BROWN TELLS CHUCK TODD THE METRIC FOR A SECURE BORDER IS ONE THAT PEOPLE CANNOT CROSS

MANCHESTER - During tonight's debate, Scott Brown explained to Chuck Todd that a metric for a secure border is when "no one can come across it."

Scott Brown
NECN/Concord Monitor Debate
October 21, 2014


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TRANSCRIPT:


Chuck Todd:  So define secure border.  What is this metric?  I hear this point a lot.  What is the metric?  Tell the public what the metric is. That you will say okay the border is secure.
 
Scott Brown:  Sure, Sure the border is secure it is secure.  You notice it is secure when people don’t come across it.
 
Chuck Todd: But I mean, but people are always going to come across it.
 
Scott Brown: No
 
Chuck Todd: But what is is it a no no no no crowd please but
 
Scott Brown: Listen if you think the border is secure folks it’s not.  The border is absolutely not secure.  We see it each and every day.  You can see it in video clips.  You can speak to the Senators, and Mayors, and Governors who represent those great states it’s not secure.  You can do it through fences, through walls, through aerial surveillance, through infrared, through troops, through border security.   You know there is a whole host of ways to actually take care of our border and it is not being done.    I had voted to secure the border.   Whatever we do we have to make sure that happens first the President and his policy right now on immigration his effort right now is to expand and give status to people who aren’t entitled