"This shows the lenses people view the world through.
The right sees there was a fence which is like a wall and their brain stops and they say "see? we need one too."
The left sees there was a fence which is like a wall but also see how easily it was defeated. They see that there are huge costs but very little benefit."
Yeah, it's almost as if Nancy's house is invaded every day by hundreds of people. You use the same bad logic so many other people do. How many people want to invade Nancy's yard? How many people have we heard of doing it? I bet the ratio is EXTREMELY low...probably under 1%. So, in that sense, the fence is incredibly effective to the point of condom-like effectiveness. Yep, the rare swimmer gets through sometimes but that doesn't make it an easy defeat with very little benefit.
Obviously the fence is easy to get over. Fences, walls, locks, etc. are all about keeping the masses out...not the minority of people who are crooked no matter what is in front of them. That's just common sense, or should be to anyone who is an adult. It's the purpose you are not understanding. The purpose of the wall isn't to stop illegal immigration 100%. It's to stop illegal immigration in a "defense-in-depth" strategy that has been used for thousands of years. For example, you don't see a king put his bed in a yard with a big wall around it. No, you see the big wall, then a big drawbridge, then a big gate, then guards, then etc.
Looks like someone's brain stopped before making their post and it's not just the Right...