Staging at the Border! El Paso Cleaned up Before Biden’s Visit

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Texas Governor Abbott delivered an icy welcome to Joe Biden in El Paso on Sunday. He attacked him for opening the southern border to illegal immigrants and handed him a letter demanding that he take more action to tackle the crisis. It was all useless. The administration cleaned up El Paso before Biden’s arrival, and he was prepared with an amnesty plan to make matters worse.

Gov. Greg Abbott blasted Biden’s first visit to the border as president. He said that the city was cleaned up for his trip.

“President Biden’s border visit today is to a sanitized version of El Paso,” he tweeted, referencing how law enforcement agents have cleared out migrant camps in the city.

Abbott could be seen on the asphalt handing the letter to the president.

“Under your watch … America is suffering the worst illegal immigration in the history of our country,” it says.

“Your open-border policies have emboldened the cartels, who grow wealthy by trafficking deadly fentanyl and even human beings.”

He urged Biden to resume building the border wall that was begun under President Donald Trump.

And he said the Biden administration must designate Mexican drug cartels as foreign terrorist organizations.

‘When you finish the photo-ops in a carefully stage-managed version of El Paso, you have a job to do,’ added Abbott.

THE BORDER PATROL UNION IS ANGRY
The Border Patrol union is slamming Biden’s trip to El Paso, Texas, on Sunday amid reports that state and local authorities have ramped up detentions and cleaned up much of the migrant encampments in the area ahead of the visit.

“El Paso being cleaned up as if nothing unusual ever happened there,” the National Border Patrol Council tweeted Friday. “Just in time for Biden’s ‘visit to the border.’”

“We suggest just landing in Des Moines, Iowa, and telling him it’s El Paso. He’ll never know the difference,” the union wrote.


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