On February 16, 2017, at 8:46AM Pacific, New Yorker Magazine reporter Jonathan Blitzer contacted NBPC Vice President Shawn Moran by phone requesting comment for a story he was writing concerning CBP, the NBPC, and President Trump. Blitzer said he would email over some questions and points that he wanted to give the NBPC the chance to respond to.
Blitzer emailed the questions at 9:20AM Pacific.
On February 17, 2017, at 9:20AM Pacific, Shawn Moran responded by email with the NBPC's answers and viewpoints on the questions provided.
The New Yorker did not even allow the NBPC 24 hours to respond…
As long as the same Obama administration DHS and CBP "leaders" are involved, they will do everything they can to see President Trump fail in his attempts to build the wall!
We commend President Trump for recognizing that in the US Border Patrol, experience matters. We are unlike any other law enforcement agency in the world. We operate marine, land, and air units in every climate, and every environment. The previous administration's attempts to treat the Border Patrol like any law enforcement agency, resulted in leadership that was reactive and in constant crisis. As we begin to implement President Trump’s plan to secure the border and protect our communities, Mr. Vitiello's experience will be invaluable. We look forward to working with Chief Vitiello.
As representatives of the nation’s Frontline immigration officers and agents responsible for enforcing our laws and protecting our borders, we fully support and appreciate President Trump’s swift and decisive action to keep the American people safe and allow law enforcement to do its job. We applaud the three executive orders he has issued to date, and are confident they will make America safer and more prosperous. Morale amongst our agents and officers has increased exponentially since the signing of the orders. The men and women of ICE and Border Patrol will work tirelessly to keep criminals, terrorists, and public safety…
The National Border Patrol Council calls on Rep. Lacy Clay to permanently remove the anti-police painting that he has chosen to hang in the US Capitol. We stand shoulder to shoulder with the other law eneforcement officers who have called for Rep. Clay to take that action. The painting has no place in the seat of the United States government.
The National Border Patrol Council believes strongly in the first amendment and the right to free expression. The decision to highlight and promote this painting in the United States Capitol however, goes beyond any sense of decency. At a time…
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