Mike Pence Recommends Electric Fence Along Mexican-American Border
US Vice President Mike Pence has reportedly suggested that an electric fence be built along the Mexican-American border, according to multiple media outlets. Pence reportedly advised border patrol agents that this fence will act both as a deterrent to people looking to cross illegally into the United States and as a way to potentially stop people from being homosexual if they do get electrocuted by touching the fence.
Pence sent out a tweet on Monday, confirming his recommendation for an electric fence at the southern border.
"This is better than a wall," tweeted Pence. "It's an electric fence that will keep sensible folks at bay and zap the gay out of anyone who goes near it."
President Donald Trump has applauded Pence's "initiative" and has called the vice president "innovative" in figuring out a way to make the situation at the southern border even more dangerous for migrants, old and young.
"Our vice president is a proud American with great ideas," tweeted Trump on Friday afternoon. "Simply put, the guy has the electric touch and we'll be seeing more of that along the border."
The vice president has reportedly tested out the fence on himself, which is rumored to have resulted in him being able to shoot electric currents from his fingertips.
"The fence will be a shocking success," tweeted Pence. "It's an nonlethal method to deter illegal immigration and naughty thoughts about dudes."
In other news, the American and Israeli armies are currently guarding the border to Mexico. There is already a catapult in place along the southern border as well as a moat containing sharks with frickin' laser beams attached to their heads. Meanwhile, the 1000-foot-tall Honduran toddler remains at the border and refuses to return home to his mother.