G. McConway
August 4, 2023

REPORT: 125 Migrant Deaths in July

All Democrats and liberals can talk about right now are the two people that died in Governor Greg Abbott’s deterrent buoys in the Rio Grande River.

Those buoys are there clearly to prevent people from crossing and if they are dumb enough to still make the attempt, well, that is on them.

What they are not talking about, however, is the 125 overall July deaths from migrants still trying to get across our border because of Joe Biden’s lax immigration rules, reported Breitbart.

What About These Deaths

This is the toughest time of the year to make this journey, but they are still coming in the hopes of getting one foot on American soil so they can stay.

July is a furnace, and that means many of the migrants making this journey never even see the border.

Last month, there were a reported 125 deaths, including 37 in the El Paso sector alone, one of the busiest crossings for illegal immigrants.

This has been a particularly warm summer, so some of these people are spending weeks in heat that is well into the triple digits.

The sad reality is that while Border Patrol has counted 125, there are far more that they don’t know about and may never find. Years from now, someone will uncover their bones in the desert.

Y’all know what is coming now, so let me just get this over with.

When Donald Trump was in office, a single death caused national outrage among Democrats. We are now seeing that same outrage over the water barriers put up by Governor Abbott.

Yet, the rest of these deaths mean nothing, as Democrats treat them much the way they treat homicides in big cities across this nation run by Democrats.

If they cannot blame the death on Republicans, it just does not register on their meter.

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