Late-night host Jimmy Fallon poked fun at how Vice President Kamala Harris responded to a question on the southern border from Lester Holt.
As Texas border counties struggle to contain the overwhelming surge of illegal immigrants, Abbott says enough is enough: ‘We’re going to start arresting.’
The ongoing border crisis has led to an unprecedented uptick in recent years in fentanyl coming in from Mexico via the cartels.
On Fox News Friday, Fox News Contributor Rachel Campos-Duffy called-out Vice President Kamala Harris for not yet going to the border amid the surge.
As the border continues to flood with migrants, Border Patrol agents are arresting MS-13 and other violent criminal gang members.
The Biden White House is quick to call many other things a ‘crisis,’ but unwilling to identify the border surge as one, for clearly political reasons.
After three days of sleeping in the hotels, migrant families who entered the country illegally will then be freed into the United States with a court date to be determined.
‘President Biden alone caused this border crisis and he alone has the responsibility to stop it,’ Minority Whip Rep. Steve Scalise of Louisiana told The Federalist.
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz slammed the Biden administration for the ongoing border crisis and putting other nations ahead of U.S. interests.
Axios has changed course from its prior counterfactual reporting that the border surge was worse in 2019 than it is now.
In an op-ed published on Wednesday, Washington Post writer Jennifer Rubin claimed there is no border crisis or surge. This is false.
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