Pirro Sounds The Alarm: The Border Story The Media Is Trying To Bury!
Judge Jeanine Pirro brought attention to a story that I think people are forgetting about as the media beats us all down with protests, fake outrage, and violent incitement. The border crisis is in full swing, but how much are you hearing about it?
I know no one on the left knows a thing. Five minutes flipping channels and you'll see the nets have buried the story with claims that the Supreme Court is 'destroying the country'.
Pirro claps back at the notion saying, "the only person who's destroying this country is Joe Biden. Joe Biden has made a decision that he wants 2 million, 4 million, 6 million illegal immigrants to enter this country."
She continued, "And the problem is, if you remember, three years ago, if we said there was a surge at the border, we were racist. Well, now it is a damn invasion, all right? And it's an invasion that the United Nations, of all people, says it's the deadliest trip on Earth, all right? The problem is not just what's happening to them on the way here."
An furious Pirro concluded, "The problem is what is going on once they get here, the people who are coming here and, you know, are I'm not going to say they're good, bad or indifferent. I don't know who the hell they are. I want to know what their record is. I want to know who's a drug dealer. I want to know who's a pedophile. I want to know who's a drunk, who wants to kill his wife. I want to know all this stuff."
"It’s a sad day when local leaders have to effectively declare themselves a Sanctuary County for the law-abiding citizen," Rep. Jodey Arrington, R-Texas, said in a statement to Fox News Digital. " That’s the new reality under a derelict President who has ceded control of our sovereign border to narco-terrorist cartels and abandoned the American people."
Officials from several Texas counties on Tuesday declared the migrant crisis an invasion. The declarations are likely to put further pressure on Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to make a statewide declaration, which some conservatives believe would give the state the authority to return migrants across the border.