It has come to light that now there is more than meets the eye on our southern border. Reports from Senators, Representatives, and even border patrol are now showing assault rifles, drugs, and human trafficking are being brought across the U. S. southern border. Women and children are being trafficked and moved, mostly unchecked, with weaponry having no serial numbers or records of any kind as to whose hands they get into. Since they are being moved across, who are they for and why do they need them?
U. S. Representative Randy Feenstra of the 4th District went to the border and, as promised, gave KIOW an exclusive interview on what he saw and experienced. He spoke with KIOW/KHAM News Director A. J. Taylor on his findings and how it affects northern Iowa in our Sunday Talk.