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Vivek Ramaswamy: ‘A Nation Without Borders Loses Its Identity’



In a recent episode of The Ingraham Angle, Laura Ingraham and former GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy discussed the pressing issues of illegal immigration and voter integrity. Their conversation revealed how these problems are closely linked and the potential consequences for America’s future.

Laura kicked off the discussion by drawing a parallel between the security measures at the Capitol and the lack of a robust barrier at the southern border. Vivek pointed out that this discrepancy isn’t due to a lack of knowledge on effective border security, but rather a lack of political will, driven by the desire to import potential long-term Democratic voters.

The conversation took a more personal turn when Laura mentioned Fox reporters encountering migrants in Texas wearing Biden-Harris shirts, a clear indication of the migrants’ political leanings. Vivek added that the same people advocating for open borders are often the ones pushing for lower voting requirements, linking the issues of border security and election integrity.

Vivek argued that a nation without borders is not a nation at all, emphasizing the need for a unified vision to address the issue. He also pointed out the stark contrast in responses to different tragedies, highlighting the politicization of such events.

The discussion then shifted to the recent passage of the Laken Riley Act, with Laura criticizing the focus on the rights of illegal aliens over the rights of American citizens. Vivek supported this view, stressing the distinction between the rights of legal citizens and those who enter the country illegally.

As the conversation wrapped up, Laura and Vivek touched on the potential impact of President Biden’s State of the Union address. Vivek speculated on the possibility of a strategic shift within the Democratic Party, while Laura maintained that Biden remains their best option, despite his shortcomings.