Outnumbered panel attacks bipartisan border deal that would avoid another government shutdown: It's "de facto open borders"

Outnumbered panel attacks bipartisan border deal that would avoid another government shutdown: It's "de facto open borders"

Katie Pavlich: "In terms of this deal, it's pretty garbage."

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From the February 12 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered

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DAVID WEBB (HOST, FOX NATION): The money being offered by the Democrats is a farce. Their latest shift is to detention beds, the goal there being that you don't have the beds. From 38,000 to 16,000 was the original proposal, because then you can neither capture and hold, or hold long enough so that you release them into the country. This is basically de facto open borders proposals by the Democrats.

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KATIE PAVLICH (CO-HOST): In terms of this deal, it's pretty garbage. I mean, $1 billion for 55 miles of bollard fencing that still allows people to get through it. What's the point of that? There's not much of a point.

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Previously:

Sean Hannity attacks reported government funding compromise: "Any Republican that supports this garbage compromise, you will have to explain"

Fox & Friends host: Trump will "look like a loser" if he doesn't shutdown the government over border wall funding

Fox & Friends begs Trump to accept funding deal to avoid another government shutdown

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