Buchanan: 'Third World Invading First World,' If 12M Are in Country Illegally, 'You've Got An Invasion'by IAN HANCHETT
Apr. 09, 2016
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Columnist Pat Buchanan stated, "the Third World is invading the First World, part it coming through Mexico, up through Mexico into the United States" and "If you had 12 million who have walked into your country illegally and stay, or overstay their visas, you've got an invasion" on Friday's "McLaughlin Group."
Buchanan said, "I think Tom's term, existential crisis, is exactly right. What is happening is, the Third World is invading the First World, part it coming through Mexico, up through Mexico into the United States. In Europe, they're coming from the Middle East, Africa will have 2.5 billion people by mid-century. They are coming across the Mediterranean, and people are not going to start shooting them. And right now, fences –."
After fellow panelist Clarence Page objected that the US doesn't have the same problems as Europe, Buchanan responded, "No. Well, we'll have it and we're going to have it even greater."
He added, "If you had 12 million who have walked into your country illegally and stay, or overstay their visas, you've got an invasion, and you see the reaction in Europe."