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Texas Lt. Gov Talks About Border Wall.

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Texas Lt. Gov Talks About Border Wall.

Texas Lt. Gov Talks About Border Wall.

Texas Lt.

Gov.

Dan Patrick went on Fox News to talk about the need for a border wall.

Patrick said the border fence in El Paso, Texas, prevented decapitations and heads being rolled down pool halls.

He cited a number of bizarre and grisly instances of violence that had occurred in the neighboring border city of Juarez, Mexico.

Business Insider reports that some of the incidents Patrick cited were some verifiable and some were not.

Juarez's violent crime rate is a well-documented issue.

However, data show that the bloodshed rarely spilled over into El Paso, even before the border fence was built.

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