Look I didn’t want to start something, I’m a contrarian, a compulsive devils advocate, like I said before sometimes flipping a situation around can highlight the principle behind the belief. Some people claim to be anti border and pro movement, but that viewpoint lacks nuance. There are good and bad migrations. The Russians who moved to Ukraine and formed “private armies” in the Crimea, are an example of “bad” migration, but mostly, like any situation, it’s a bit of both. Mexicans come to America and more people can afford to employ someone to do whatever, but it has its effect on the labour market. For every criminal there are many decent families who are a positive influence on their neighbourhoods, I was not trying to call anyone hypocritical, just trying to inject some nuance to what has become a very bipartisan issue. Perhaps naively, in the hope of introducing some sort of balance or common ground to the discussion.