MIL-OSI USA: President’s Action On Border Crisis Too Little, Too Late

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US Senate News:

Source: United States Senator for Kentucky Mitch McConnell

WASHINGTON, D.C.U.S. Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) delivered the following remarks today on the Senate floor regarding President Biden’s border crisis:

“One thousand two hundred thirty-one. That’s how many days it has taken President Biden to do something – anything – about the humanitarian and security crisis that has consumed our southern border and is engulfing our country.

“Here’s another number: There are one hundred fifty-four days until Election Day.

“In other words, the Biden Administration has waited nearly its entire term before lifting a finger to address the open-borders anarchy it invited. In that amount of time, CBP has reported more than 7.8 million encounters with illegal migrants at the southern border, and that’s not counting the 1.6 million known gotaways.

“Fentanyl poisoning is now the leading cause of death among American adults between 18 and 45. The lethal pipelines that begin with Chinese chemical makers flow north across a broken U.S.-Mexico border.

“And perhaps most disturbing is the increasing number of individuals on the terror watch list who have exploited the border chaos to set foot on American soil.

“With an election just months away, the President hopes that issuing an executive order will demonstrate that he cares about this crisis and is trying to fix it.

“Never mind that his order would still allow more than 900,000 illegal aliens to come in every year at the southern border. This is on top of the half-million illegal parolees President Biden intends to continue waiving into the country. Combined, that’s more than the population of ten states. It’s a new Dallas, Texas, every year.

“This is like turning a garden hose on a five-alarm fire. And the American people are not fools. They know that this play is too little, too late.”