When Kamala Harris visits the border, she’s met with ‘Trump Won’ signs and doesn’t actually visit the border crisis.
On the other hand, President Trump was met with open arms, meeting the border crisis face first.
He joined Texas’s state leaders at the southern border in McAllen, Texas, where illegal border crossings are at an unprecedented high.
The visit marks an area where there is an unfinished part of the border wall.
Additionally, it highlights Biden’s failed immigration policies.
Looking forward to welcoming President Trump to the Rio Grand Valley today where the real Biden Border Crisis is occurring. Thank you President for coming to Texas. #Trump #AmericaFirst #BidenBorderCrisis #Texas
— Attorney General Ken Paxton (@KenPaxtonTX) June 30, 2021
Cartels, smugglers & human traffickers are profiting off Biden's dangerous open border policies.
Illegal border crossings have risen 838% from last year. Seizures of deadly fentanyl have increased 2100%.
Texas will protect our communities, build the wall, & secure the border. pic.twitter.com/Y4RtcKzRus
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 30, 2021
Welcome to the Lone Star State, President Trump!
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) June 30, 2021
Javier Villalobos, Mayor of McAllen, Texas, was also happy President Trump decided to visit the border to bring attention to the border crisis in his area.
Fox Business has more:
McAllen, Texas Mayor Javier Villalobos said he is “happy” former President Trump is visiting the southern border and told “Varney & Co.” that “hopefully this brings attention to the issues we have.”
“We welcome any elected official, whether state or federal,” Villalobos, a Republican who was elected mayor of McAllen earlier this month, told Fox Business’ Stuart Varney on Tuesday. “We need to do something to tighten our borders … and we are not necessarily talking necessarily about a wall.”
Villalobos stressed that “we need some enforcement somehow, one way or another, because it is starting to affect us quite a bit now.” He noted that in McAllen, “we used to have maybe 500 crosses through McAllen.”
“This past week we’ve had over 1000 a day and it’s starting to be a little burdensome on the city,” he continued, stressing that “we shouldn’t have to be spending a single dollar on federal issues.”
Villalobos made the comments one day before Trump is scheduled to visit the U.S.-Mexico border with Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott. Trump described the border as an “unmitigated disaster zone.” The president said in a press release that he had accepted Abbott’s invitation to visit the “decimated” border, a deteriorating situation that he attributed to the Biden administration’s decisions to reverse many of his immigration policies.
President Biden scrapped a number of his predecessor’s immigration policies, which included wall construction and having asylum seekers remain in Mexico instead of in the U.S. while they wait for their cases to be heard. The moves have led to a record surge in migrants, including unaccompanied minors, that has strained capacity at immigration facilities.
Trump’s visit to the southern border comes five days after Vice President Kamala Harris visited El Paso, Texas, nearly 100 days after being appointed by President Biden to address the immigration crisis at the southern border.
During a press conference, Harris touted “extreme progress” made by the Biden administration in tackling the migrant surge despite inheriting a “tough situation” due to the “disastrous effects” of the Trump administration’s border policies. When asked why she visited El Paso, instead of areas that have been more acutely hit, like the Rio Grande Valley Sector, Harris explained that El Paso was where a number of Trump policies, like the Remain-in-Mexico policy and child separation policies, were implemented.
When Varney asked Villalobos if he has “heard anything from Vice President Harris,” he responded, “No actually.”
The Biden administration has failed the country by ignoring the border crisis and eliminating policies that worked.
President Trump acknowledged that he was visiting “the real part of the border where there’s real problems.”
Check out the clip from Rumble below:
He also discussed the wall, and how the Democrats have stalled building it, putting America last.
Check it out on Rumble:
Another memorable quote from the day occurred when President Trump mentioned how “All Biden had to do is go to the beach”.
President Trump's foreign policies WORKED! Biden should have just gone to the beach! pic.twitter.com/9pYV1zOMds
— RSBN 🇺🇸 (@RSBNetwork) June 30, 2021
You can watch this part of President Trump’s speech safely on Rumble below:
President Trump is right again- if Biden left President Trump’s policies in place, the crisis would have been mitigated.
Instead, the inaction of the Biden Administration has led to failed immigration policies resulting in a flood of illegal immigrants.
Hopefully, we won’t have to deal with this for much longer.
While at the podium, President Trump told the crowd, “Think I should [win] it again? Maybe we won’t even HAVE to!”
“Think I should [win] it again? Maybe we won’t even HAVE to”
—President Donald J. Trump at Southern Border (6/30/21)
— “Mostly Peaceful” Matthew (@MostPeacefulOne) June 30, 2021
Hearing President Trump say that was my FAVORITE part of the day.
You won’t see this on the mainstream media- check it out on Rumble below: