Biden Just Lied To Mother Of Murdered Teen
Rhonda Exum explained that she voted for Biden and now realizes her mistake. The broken-hearted bother spoke on Fox about how she was promised that the man who killed her 19-year-old daughter would be deported only to have that promise redended.
Exum's daughter, Adrienne, was hit and killed by a migrant driving while reportedly intoxicated and should face punishment for his crime. Instead, the alleged killer will be allowed to stay freely in the United States as the Biden administration continues to pander to illegals.
“By him not being deported, it’s like you telling me my daughter’s life didn’t mean anything,” Exum told Fox News’s Todd Piro.
Adrienne’s cousin, Tranette Gamboa, said that she was shocked by the news, and she believes the Biden administration doesn’t care.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who also appeared on the segment, said the Biden administration is betraying American families.
“I believe that Biden has betrayed our country. He’s betraying families that are losing people right and left,” Paxton said. “I think the answer to the ‘why?’ is that they have greater goals that are more important than saving members of families.”
During the segment, Exum revealed that she voted for Biden in the 2020 election, and now says she’s disappointed.
Exum explained that she supported Biden in the 2020 election, “Truth be told, this was literally my first time voting, and I voted for you [Biden] and I feel disappointed right now. I don’t understand,” she said. “I thought he was going to talk for the American people, basically, and not for himself,” she said.
"I thought he was going to talk for the American people, basically, and not for himself," she said. "I don’t feel that he has done anything but disappoint."
“I don’t feel that he has done anything but disappoint,” she added.
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