Friday, March 19, 2021

Secretary Of Homeland Security Claimed Borders Are 'Secure', Crenshaw Determined That's A Lie

Congressman Dan Crenshaw blasted the Biden administration Wednesday on Fox News after the Secretary of Homeland Security bizarrely claimed the US-Mexico border is “secure.” Despite the growing complaints from US residents and even the illegals immigrants being held at the border. Conditions are deplorable for the children, with the kids themselves reporting that they are going without food, showers, and property sleeping arrangements.

So it seems really strange that the Secretary of Homeland Security would claim that everything is fine, basically. Texas Republican Dan Crenshaw bluntly calls the bluff:

“They’re lying,” Crenshaw said of Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas’s false assertion that the southern border was secure. “We have an unprecedented crisis. Look, in the past month, we’re looking at about 100,000 people crossing per month.”

“We are keeping our borders secure, enforcing our laws, and staying true to our values and principles,” the DHS boss said earlier this week.

“That adds up to $30 million in the drug cartel’s pockets when you calculate how much it costs for one person to go across. The Biden administration is literally funding the Mexican drug cartels,” Crenshaw said. “Do you know what they call this? They call this compassion, they call this a humane border policy. But there is nothing humane or compassionate about funding drug cartels.”

.@BillHemmer: "The head of DHS, just yesterday, said the border is secure." @DanCrenshawTX: "Well, they're lying, and we have an unprecedented crisis." Read more:

We're not back at square one with Obama-era immigration problems. It's worse than that. If the current rate continues, we will eventually hit pre-9/11 security issues. Meanwhile, this administration is busy playing the blame game to come up with a real plan of action. They've enlisted the help of FEMA, for God's sake. The disaster relief agency. What does that tell you?


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