Fox's Brian Kilmeade: Some in the migrant caravan “want to foment violence in American society”

From the May 2 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:

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STEVE DOOCY (CO-HOST): When they arrived in the San Ysidro Port, that processes 100,000 people each day, they were shocked that the border patrol said, hey, we can't do your processing right now for asylum because we're filled up.

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BRIAN KILMEADE (CO-HOST): The backlog of court cases for people like this is up to over a million. So over a million people came here. They declared their status. They know what to say. And we give them a court date, and it's so backed up they got to get a million people ahead of them. I mean this is an insane system. And it doesn't benefit anyone. There might be people there that can -- should be helping American society. Others that don't belong, they want to foment violence in American society. This is no way to run a superpower. That's embarrassment. What are the people thinking around the country, around the world? 

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Previously

Border Patrol union head praises Fox & Friends hosts for portraying migrant “caravan” as criminals

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