Political appointees at the Department of Homeland Security hailed the Trump administration’s border security accomplishments over the past four years and lambasted Twitter for its censorship of an official’s tweet.
“Not everyone trying to enter our country illegally are good,” said acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan during a press conference in Tucson, Arizona, on Monday afternoon, just one day before the election. “It’s why we need the tools like the wall. This is exactly what Twitter didn’t want the American people to hear. Yes, Twitter, walls work. Borders matter.”
Ken Cuccinelli, the senior official performing the duties of DHS deputy secretary, claimed the social media company found