With videos of illegal immigrants pouring over the Southern border by the thousands, Americans are once again forced to watch as the Biden administration continues to fail to protect the country. Even Governor Greg Abbott, who has exhausted resources trying to fight the crisis, reached out to President Joe Biden by letter, urging him to issue an emergency declaration. While the White House remains silent on the matter and Biden vacations over the weekend, former President Donald Trump once again stepped up and made a statement about the current events plaguing America.
In his statement, Trump said, “Tens of thousands of people are coming from Haiti, and many now from countries in Africa, even more so now than South America. Nothing is done and the corrupt Mainstream Media is giving almost no attention to what will be perhaps the greatest Crisis in the history of our country.”
Trump didn’t stop there as he went on to state the country has become nothing more than “a cesspool of humanity.”
For those wondering, a projection that was released on Friday reported that in 2021, the border is estimated to have 1.85 million migrants cross it. That sets a new record that was previously set in 2020.
Currently, the crisis has exploded as close to 16,000 migrants were filmed camping under the International Bridge in Del Rio. Texas Senator Ted Cruz visited the area on Thursday and couldn’t believe what he saw. The Senator said it was “the most horrific thing I’ve ever seen .” He added that America would “pay the price for Joe Biden’s weakness and incompetence for years to come.”
Our nation is going to pay the price for Joe Biden’s weakness and incompetence for years to come. pic.twitter.com/VXpw7gCqPM
— Senator Ted Cruz (@SenTedCruz) September 19, 2021
And although the White House won’t comment on the matter, the Federal Aviation Agency did prohibit drones from Fox News and other outlets from capturing footage of the border situation. The drones were later granted access, but it again shows steps of censorship being taken by the federal government.