Republicans have slammed Kamala Harris for her failures in her role as border czar. GOP lawmakers have called on Joe Biden to replace Harris due to her mishandling of the latest immigration crisis.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) has argued the problems at the U.S.-Mexico border extend pass the surge in illegal immigration. On Sunday, Cruz took to Twitter to reiterate his concerns that Joe Biden’s weak policies regarding border security have been prohibiting legal border crossings.
The Attorney General of Texas has stated Joe Biden’s border policies have incentivized human smuggling. During an interview with Breitbart over the weekend, Ken Paxton said illegal immigration under Biden has been the worst the country has ever seen.
Dozens of House Republicans have called on Joe Biden to remove Kamala Harris as his border czar amid mounting scrutiny on the Democrat for not visiting the southern border. In a letter signed by 56 lawmakers to Biden this week, the lawmakers argued Harris has not shown an adequate interest in observing the border crisis first hand.
Arizona Customs and Border Protection agents have warned migrants of extreme heat danger. The Border Patrol’s Tucson division recently said migrants are at risk of dying from the excessive heat near the border, with temperatures reaching over 110 degrees.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) announces the state budget will supply $250 million as a down payment to launch the construction of the border wall.
Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) announced his state is sending officers to help secure the southern border. During a press conference on Wednesday at Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, DeSantis said officers from multiple law enforcement agencies are being sent to help out at the Arizona and Texas borders.
President Trump and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) announced an untraditional way to combat the growing border crisis under the Biden administration. The pair are teaming up to address the surge of migrants flooding the U.S. southern border.
President Trump has accepted an invitation from Gov. Greg Abbott (R-Texas) to get a first-hand look at the southern border. The 45th President made the announcement in a press release on Tuesday.