The Biden administration’s handling of the southern border crisis puts Texans at risk, Attorney General Ken Paxton told “The Faulkner Focus” on Friday.
KEN PAXTON: They have adopted this policy of open borders and they are sticking to it despite the consequences of the spread of COVID, human trafficking, increased drug trafficking, increased crime and just general chaos … You know, you’ve got all these kids in a cage that shouldn’t be here. “
“It’s so sad because we’ve seen this happen before and seen it happen under Obama, we’ve seen it happen at the start of the Trump administration. We have reduced it. We have seen what the consequences, we saw the consequences for those who came, the negative consequences for these children and we saw the negative consequences for our state and for our country and for some reason we want to repeat it. explanation as to why it is doing it It is certainly not good for our country and it is not for the children crossing the border.
“It’s so sad because we’ve been dealing with this COVID issue for almost a year now and putting all of these restrictions on Americans’ businesses and travel and it’s affected our lives in so many negative ways, and yet, for some reason we ‘We opened the border and put our people at risk along the border, but as they spread in my state and across the country we are putting people’s health in danger and we are at increased risk of a COVID spike and that doesn’t make sense.
“We have a lawsuit to prevent them from not enforcing the federal law relating to people crossing the border. They are supposed to arrest and deport these people. We did not go to court to show this evidence. At some point, that will be the case. We have an injunction, we have to go back to court and have the opportunity to put it back.
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