The Final Destruction of the US Southern Border?

I first interviewed Dave Stoddard in 2006.  With the ObamaGov having vigorously stepped up its efforts to complete the destruction of our country via invasion from and by illegals from foreign powers, I thought it a good time to visit again with him.

Former US Border Patrol Supervisor David Stoddard. Mr. Stoddard spent 27 years in the Border Patrol and served in Calexico, California, Vermont, Yuma, Tucson Sector Headquarters and Naco, Arizona. He also worked in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and other locations.

Stoddard provided testimony about immigration reform to Rep. F. James Sensenbrenner’s (R-WI) House Subcommittee on Immigration and Claims in 1999 and a Congressional subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources in 2002. His observations and, subsequent, contentions are that our US Border Patrol and our borders are increasingly under the control of a foreign power — the Mexican government.


Dave Stoddard has lived and worked on the Mexican border for most of his life. He was in the Army in the late sixties and then served in the U.S. Border Patrol.

Stoddard has, also, appeared on televised programs on CBS, ABC, NBC, FOX and PBS. He has been a guest on talk radio from California to Maryland and has fought to secure our borders for several decades.

The Interview

Sher: Dave, since we last talked our Southern border crisis has become even more dire. We have cartel members who’ve easily taken up residence in the US and some who have run for political office here and won.  And, just last week another air-conditioned underground drug-tunnel between Tijuana and California was unearthed in which seven tons of Marijuana and a ton of cocaine was found.

US Border Patrol Agents are regularly leaving their jobs by the dozens, now, as they’re being commanded by DHS and the rest of the current federal government administration to not stop any and/or all illegals (criminal and otherwise) crossing our border. The situation is untenable for our country. What are your thoughts on this and what are your former colleagues telling you?