Carson said he was not saying the U.S. should use drone strikes on people crossing the border, but only as a way to go after the caves used to smuggle people across the border. “And those fences are so easy to scale, it’s nearly like not having them there”. Are you talking about taking drone strikes at the U.S./Mexico border?
“Read my lips”, said Carson.
So drones can help with the surveillance, and no way did I suggest that drones be used to kill people.
How ridiculous. At some point I hope we have some responsible media which actually focuses on the problem: We have a huge security risk there. Let me ask you Dr. Carson, some people consider the term anchor baby a racial slur what do you think?
Acosta: Obviously, some of the adversaries out there are bringing it to light in part, because they want to get to the bottom of where you stand on this, or where you stood on this back in 1992, and can you clarify what is going on there during that abortion question that was on the ballot in Maryland in 1992?
JIM ACCOSTA: There were some reports that you were considering, at the very least, drone strikes against cartels at the border. The presidential candidate said, “You look at some of these caves and things out there one drone strike, boom, and they’re gone”.
Carson, a retired pediatric neurosurgeon, also defended his suggestion last week that armed drones could be used on the U.S.-Mexico border to target illegal immigration.
Ben Carson: My message is not to vote for or against question 6, but to educate yourself.
JIM ACCOSTA: Hide immigrants? Those caves are very evident.