Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz traveled to Del Rio to record video of over 10,000 people huddled under a bridge who claim to be seeking refuge in the United States. Cruz calls this Joe Biden’s “man-made disaster” and says that the people here are likely ‘illegal aliens.’
Cruz claims the number of people who were under this bridge before was much, much less, but it has now ballooned into over 10,000 and is quite the disaster. This can’t be good for health or humanity reasons and this is Joe Biden’s administration, so many are asking what’s going to happen.
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Cruz said 700 people became more than 10,000, but Joe Biden could solve this by simply following the law and reinstating one law in particular.
Cruz goes on to thank the border patrol who are dealing with this because of Joe Biden’s decisions regarding deportation.
As stated on Reuters in a related topic where a federal judge blocked Joe Biden’s limits on immigrant arrests and deportations:
Biden, a Democrat, has sought to roll back some of the hardline immigration policies of his Republican predecessor Donald Trump.
The Biden administration guidelines unveiled in February, the month after Biden took office, instruct agents to focus on immigrants deemed national security and public safety threats and those who entered the United States after Nov. 1, 2020.
Under the guidelines, agents must seek pre-approval from a senior manager if they want to arrest someone who does not fall into one of those categories.
Trump had allowed ICE agents to pursue low-level offenders and non-criminals, as well as people with long ties to the United States.
Was Joe Biden doing this simply to spite Trump? Or was there some other reason for Biden’s decisions?
The video was originally posted by Newsweek with the caption: “Cruz Visits Migrant-Filled Bridge, Says It Biden’s ‘Man-Made Disaster’ Texas Senator Ted Cruz posted a video from Del Rio, Texas to show more than 10,000 people that Cruz claims are “illegal aliens” gathered under a bridge seeking refuge in the U.S.”