On the Friday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Brandon Darby, managing director of Breitbart Texas, spoke with Chad Hasty about the latest news of Breitbart Texas.

Darby recently returned from a tour of the U.S./ Mexico border along southeast Arizona and California. One area of particular interest on the tour was a memorial to U.S. Border Patrol agent Robert Rosas Jr., who was killed by illegal immigrants in 2009. Darby said that the entire scene was heartbreaking, and even more disturbing was the fact that nearly 5 years later, virtually nothing has changed security-wise in the area Rosas was killed.

"When the administration or mainstream media shows the border, they show these areas that have rows of fences and guards and cameras. They show these really very well-secured areas...but the problem is all of the other areas. If you take away the four or five hundred miles that are well-secured, there's still amost another 1,500 that are not secured. So that same little simple metal fence, the same metal fence that these five illegal immigrants came over to kill border patrol Agent Rosas, and 2009 is when it occured, that same metal fence is still there. And nothing's been done to actually put up more of a physical barrier to protect the lives of these agents..."

Darby added that the memorial wasn't the only area that was vulnerable. He said that while the major cities along the border are mostly "secured," there are still many wide open areas and smaller communities that are not as well protected and extremely dangerous for both border patrol agents and regular citizens.

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