Texas Gov. Greg Abbott blamed Joe Biden’s border security and immigration policies
The Republican governor also criticized Biden for not doing enough to secure the southern border.
“They are a result of his deadly open border policies. They show the deadly consequences of his refusal to enforce the law,” Abbott added.
Rep. Tony Gonzales, a Republican who represents Texas, also tweeted about the incident.
“Today in San Antonio it was 102 degrees. Imagine being abandoned inside an 18-wheeler left to die – 42 people died today – will @AliMayorkas even mention their names?” the lawmaker said, referencing Alejandro Mayorkas, who was nominated by Biden to lead the U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security.
Sec. Mayorkas also responded to the incident on Twitter.
“I am heartbroken by the tragic loss of life today and am praying for those still fighting for their lives,” the Biden administration official said. “Far too many lives have been lost as individuals – including families, women, and children – take this dangerous journey.”
He also said ICE is investigating and called human smugglers “callous individuals who have no regard for the vulnerable people they exploit and endanger in order to make a profit.”
He vowed to hold those responsible accountable and to take further action to disrupt smuggling networks.
Nirenberg called Monday night’s discovery “nothing short of a horrific human tragedy.”
“The plight of migrants seeking refuge is always a humanitarian crisis but tonight we are dealing with a horrific human tragedy,” the mayor added Monday night, speaking near the location where the tractor-trailer was found.
“This is a far different situation than what we’ve seen,” he continued. “Our job is not to ask why, our job is to ask how we can help.”
Officials did not say whether the individuals were being transported from Mexico or elsewhere.
Last week, Republican Rep. Andy Biggs described the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border as “overrun,” “out of control” and “dangerous” He also predicted more deaths would soon be discovered.
“There is going to be deaths,” the Arizona Republican told Harris Faulkner on “The Faulkner Focus” on June 21.
“It’s more than the monthly total who were sent to Mexico to await their asylum process, which, by the way, in most cases is going to be bogus. That’s what’s going on in the borders. It’s overrun right now,” Biggs added.
“All of that horrific inhumanity that goes on when you don’t secure your border,” he explained.
At least 16 people, including four children, were found alive in the tractor-trailer and were hospitalized. The Department of Homeland Security is investigating the incident. SOURCE
Brothers and sisters in Christ, this IS indeed on Biden and his cohorts!
SPECIAL PLACE IN HELL………..
3 thoughts on “Texas Gov. Abbott Lashes Out After 46 Migrants Found Dead in Tractor-trailer: ‘These deaths are on Biden’”
Horrifying. Nightmarish. Oh, Lord Jesus, come quickly!
Mayorkis is praying?! For what and to whom?! These people are ghouls, all of them…pretending to care as they facilitate crime, wickedness and depravity.
The LORD sees all and He will repay. The coming cup of wrath is full and almost overflowing, and when it does there will be no repentance and no place to hide. Their lies and hypocrisy will be counted, one by one, and all WILL be held against them.
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