“I think the biggest takeaway is, ‘Look, you guys can do it.
You can make this a reality, but this is going to take time,'” said Mark Gail, a Homeland Security veteran who oversees security and border issues for the National Restaurant Association, which represents restaurant operators.
“It’s going to be a lot more challenging, but we’re on the right track.”
The show will take place in a fictionalized version of the U.S. with a fictional Homeland Security Department that oversees restaurant inspections.
In real life, the DHS is known for its crackdowns on the immigrant community and is generally known as a police state.
“This is a very different story than the reality we know, and that’s why I think Homeland Security is so important,” Gail said.
“They are the ones who know how to run a border, the ones that are going to protect us.”
“We are going from a world of chaos to a world that’s safe and secure.”
The Homeland Security Homeland Security, which means “law enforcement” in the Homeland Security language, includes immigration agents, police officers and other agents who are tasked with enforcing immigration laws, as well as customs, customs facilities and other customs-related matters.
The show is also set to include a large-scale border wall and an influx of new border agents, but Gail says the actual border wall will likely be smaller and smaller.
“We have a massive, huge, massive wall on our border,” he said.
Gail explained that the show will not only be a fictional story but will be set in a world with real-life threats like ISIS and the Ebola virus.
“You have to understand, in the real world, we have a lot of people who are sick with Ebola, but also in the fictional world, there are so many people that are infected with Zika and [the Ebola virus] and so many others,” he added.
The season will also include an introduction to the real-world dangers of the pandemic and the potential for a new type of threat.
“In the real life world, they’ve had a real-time epidemic,” Gaid said.
While some of the show’s producers are veterans of the Homeland security agency, the other members of the staff will be rookies.
Gaid explained that Homeland Security agents are trained and familiar with the realities of the world and how to deal with them.
“Our staff will have to deal in a way that the agents in real life have never been confronted with,” he told CNNMoney.
“There’s no question they’re going to have to learn how to handle these things, how to interact with these people and how they interact with each other.
They will have the resources they need to handle this, but they’re also going to need the training they need.”
While the Homeland and Homeland Security departments will continue to function as they have in the past, they will be replaced with a new department known as the Border Patrol.
The new agency will be headed by Border Patrol agent, Christopher Allen, who was previously the deputy chief of the agency’s San Diego station.
“What’s different is that they’re not in the DHS,” Gai said.
Instead, the Border Guard will be led by agents from the Department of Homeland Security and the U: Homeland Security Investigations, which was created in 2010 to deal more directly with immigration enforcement.
“The border patrol is a much different department than the one we have,” Gaily said.
The border patrol will be staffed by border patrol officers and agents who will be trained to identify and apprehend people crossing the border illegally.
The Border Patrol “will be much more efficient,” Gajewski said.