Capitol Hill conservatives are saying Joe Biden’s failures at the southern border appear to be intentional and he is deliberately approaching an open borders policy. One America’s John Hines has more.
As Joe Biden’s border crisis get worse, some Democrats are demanding even less control of the border. One America’s Sam Valk has more.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) gave remarks at the Del Rio border crossing to address the ongoing crisis as thousands of Haitian migrants have flooded that area of the border. During his speech on Tuesday, Abbott slammed the Biden administration for its open border policies.
The Biden administration is scrambling to respond to the growing crisis at the southern border.
A Democrat congressman seemingly broke ranks by calling the southern border is a “humanitarian crisis.” On Monday, Rep. Pete Aguilar (D-Calif.) said conditions at the southern border are unacceptable.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) responded to the Senate parliamentarian’s ruling against the Democrat immigration agenda. On Monday, the senator said he was frustrated by the ruling, which confirmed a pathway to citizenship for immigrants cannot be in the reconciliation package.
A group of more than two dozen GOP governors fired off a letter to Joe Biden in which they requested a meeting at the White House regarding the crisis at southern border. In the open letter, signed by 26 governors Monday, they said the crisis now extends beyond every state and requires immediate action before it gets even worse.
The U.S. is deporting Haitian migrants as the border crisis in Del Rio, Texas continues. More than 300 migrants were flown back to Haiti on Sunday.
Senate Republicans are urging Americans to follow the trail linking mainstream media to the Biden administration. On Tuesday, Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-Tenn.), who’s also the former U.S. Ambassador to Japan under President Donald Trump, claimed the Joe Biden’s White House is trying to steer America’s attention away from international policy.