Nick Givas | Media And Politics Reporter
Former acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Tom Homan said armed Mexican soldiers crossing the U.S. southern border is nothing new, on “Fox & Friends” Monday.
Homan was responding to a story about several Mexican troops drawing their weapons on two American soldiers, while on the U.S. side of the border earlier this month. Five to six Mexican troops pointed rifles at the two Americans, and forced them to disarm.
“I read this story and it looks like they were outnumbered. It looks like the Mexican officials did draw their weapons on them and one of the U.S. Soldiers actually surrendered a firearm to the Mexican soldier,” he said.
Homan said he ran into a similar situation in 1985 while working with Border Patrol and ended up arresting the soldiers in question. (RELATED: Former ICE Director Tom Homan Makes The Case For Trumps Sanctuary City Plan)
“I wasnt there. Im not going to judge them. Back in my day, I was talking to a producer. Back in 1985, I was a young border patrol agent probably a year in, when we got a call from dispatch saying that a rancher reported a group of what appeared to be soldiers on his property. So of course we responded.”
“When we showed up there was probably eight to 10 of them and a couple units of like three of us, maybe four. [We] quickly realized they were Mexican soldiers. Because on the way there, youve got to understand … are there actually Mexican soldiers that are lost? Are there Mexican soldiers that are acting as a secRead More – Source