Biden Spends A Few Hours At The Border Area, Bolts Off For Next Thing

This is after the city of El Paso worked hard to clean up all the homeless and illegal aliens on the streets for better TV optics

Biden departs El Paso after brief border visit without seeing most impacted areas, critics say

President Biden departed El Paso Sunday afternoon following a brief visit to the border – his first since taking office and first verified border visit of his long political career.

In the span of about four hours, the president walked a stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border and inspected a busy port of entry where border officers demonstrated how they search vehicles for drugs, money and other contraband.

Still, some critics chided the president for not visiting areas most impacted by illegal border crossings. During an appearance on Fox Report with Jon Scott, Brandon Judd, President for the National Border Patrol Council, said Biden failed to visit the most problem-ridden areas.

“You can look across the ports of entry on the entire southwest border, and that’s not where we’re seeing the illegal immigration. We’re seeing the illegal immigration between the ports of entry,” he said. “That’s the Border Patrol. That’s the component of CBP that handles all of this. He did not have any scheduled visits with them.”

Well, really, this was simply a photo-op while he was on the way to Mexico to meet with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador. It was not a serious visit.

Biden will do none of those things, and the Credentialed Media will not bother mentioning this.

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2 Responses to “Biden Spends A Few Hours At The Border Area, Bolts Off For Next Thing”

  1. Edward Brault says:

    They should have left it all there and let Brandon see (and SMELL) the wretched mess he has allowed to grow and fester.

  2. UnkleC says:

    Photo op. El Paso is a dem run city and would be friendly to Brandon, therefore the cleanup and a simple visit to a port of entry. Clean, simple, and good optics. They couldn’t show the hordes streaming across, doesn’t fit the narrative.

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