Border wall protests during Trump’s visit draw pathetic crowd (video)

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Due to President Trump’s scheduled visit to San Diego to inspect the border wall prototypes on Tuesday, pro-immigrant activists had threatened to hold major protests.

However the crowd turned out to be a small group generously estimated as “about 100.” Nonetheless, they raised their fists and chanted, “No hate, no fear, immigrants are welcome here!”

Another protester yelled through a microphone, “Brothers and sisters, we are living in difficult times!” The woman declared that she is a Mexican, and a U.S. citizen, said she is speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves, and lead a chant of “No more wall!”

According to KQED News: A crowd of about 100 protesters stood near the San Ysidro border crossing as of about 11:00 a.m. The crowd will march to Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in San Ysidro.

Another crowd of about 100 supporters of the president gathered at Brown Field near the border.

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