Biden Killed for Not Answering Peter Ducky’s Question About Border Visit: ‘Shock Statement’

President Joe Biden said Tuesday he had “more important things to do” than visit the southern border during a trip to Arizona.

After more than 73,000 “defections” were reported for November, the “numerous” panel discussed the president’s remarks to Fox News’ Peter Ducky and the administration’s handling of the border crisis.

Fox News’ Mark Thiessen said Biden’s announcement was “surprising” because Biden has yet to visit the southern border in nearly two years as president.

“We’ve had 1 million escapes, 4 million encounters at the border. We’ve had fentanyl flowing across the border, which is causing countless deaths in this country. It’s increasing crime because urban crime is increasing. New -As in York and elsewhere away from the border.


In a statement from the White House, President Biden is working to secure the border, but is also focusing on the US economy.

“The president has made it clear that investing in the American economy and American communities is about leaving China behind and bringing American jobs back from overseas. In fact, Fox News’ analysis found that the economy is the most important issue for most Americans,” it said. in a statement. “If anyone thinks this should not be a priority for the President, they should say so loudly. Of course, the President is also working to protect our border and build a fair, orderly, and humane immigration system. It is more protected. He spent more money than any of his predecessors to support the men and women of the Department of Homeland Security, pushed a sweeping immigration reform proposal, and tackled the migration crisis that affects the entire Western Hemisphere. brought together 20 world leaders to rule together.

“President Biden is focused on real solutions, not political gimmicks. If border security is a top priority for Republican officials, it would be strange to vote against President Biden’s request for record funding for the Department of Homeland Security, as Representative Roy did. ‘ldir. to show.”

“Countless” host Emily Compagno said: “I can’t imagine what’s more rude and depressing than your commander-in-chief covering half his face with an umbrella and saying, ‘Your life doesn’t matter.’ I don’t get it. But President Biden sent exactly that message.”

Compagno spoke about the toll the border crisis has taken on border officials and why Biden’s announcement was disappointing.

“What’s scary and outrageous to me, even more so, is that in November, three different Border Patrol agents took their own lives, setting a record for the Border Patrol,” he said, according to Biden. It’s sending a message to Border Patrol agents that their lives “don’t matter.”

Thiessen called the situation at the border a “real crisis” and rejected the White House’s accusations of “political gimmicks” at the border.

According to Texas DPS, about 50 illegal immigrants were found in a dump truck trailer in Webb County and turned over to the Border Patrol. First, five adult men who got out of the large device were arrested.
(Texas DPS)

“The Story” anchor Martha McCallum falsely accused Border Patrol agents of “whipping” immigrants after the administration claimed the border was “closed.”

“Anybody who sees that video knows that’s a lie. The border is not closed,” he said, questioning why the president won’t make a bipartisan visit to the border after the midterm elections are over.

“That would be leadership,” answered host Harris Faulkner.

Both of them Republicans on Capitol Hill And the Border Patrol Union slammed the president for his comments, saying he was not doing his job and was “burying his head in the sand.”

The crisis at the US-Mexico border has worsened under the Biden administration, with border crossings breaking new records every month.

National Border Patrol President Brandon Judd said Biden “cares more about politics than our children.”

“Nothing is more important than the safety and security of the American people, but for President Biden, that’s an afterthought,” Judd told Fox News’ Bill Melugin.

“With record numbers of people and drugs, including deadly fentanyl, crossing our border illegally and evading capture, it’s clear that Biden is more concerned with politics than our children, friends and neighbors. Biden’s record clearly shows that he cares about politics. His job is to protect American lives.”

Fox News’ Anders Hagstrom contributed to this report.

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