Migrants Thank Biden After Illegally Crossing Southern Border

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  • Source: Bongino
  • 12/08/2023

As the Biden Administration publicly denies that the southern border is wide open, illegal migrants are openly thanking Joe Biden for it. 

In Arizona, at an overwhelmed section of the southern border, one of the countless individuals who illegally entered the United States, this one from Morocco, expressed gratitude towards Biden, hoping for release into the country. "I love you Joe Biden, thank you for everything, Joe Biden!" the migrant said to a Fox News reporter. "I'm a good person, I want to be good person here in the United States," he added.

There were over 2.4 million apprehensions of illegals (a proxy for illegal crossings) in the 2023 fiscal year - a record that broke the last record set only the year prior.

And it’s all by design, starting from day one of the Biden presidency and continuing to this day.  

It was just this past August that we learned the Biden administration was quietly actioning off parts of the border wall to stunt reconstruction efforts. The year prior, Biden’s former Border Security Chief Rodney Scott revealed that the U.S. was paying $5 million per day to *not* build the border wall; “He [Biden] clearly understands and knows how to control the border and what needs to take place… For a while, it was almost five million a day between DoD and DHS to not build the border wall.” That same year, Democrats sought nearly $1 billion for border security in the Middle East.  Furthermore, aid sent to Ukraine in their war against Russia thus far could have paid for completing a full border wall four to five times over, depending on which estimate you look at.

Matt Palumbo is the author of Fact-Checking the Fact-Checkers: How the Left Hijacked and Weaponized the Fact-Checking Industry and The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros

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