Last week, DC Mayor Muriel Bowser stood in front of the country and declared a national emergency over her immigrant "crisis."
Officials at the border could not help but laugh.
As these sanctuary cities get a small taste of what Texas and Arizona are dealing with, they are all hitting the panic button.
Now they are all being called out.
Goliad County, Texas, Sheriff Roy Boyd went off, stating, "They have seen nothing.
"They are not a border town.
"They don't know what a border town is."
Boyd added, "I think it's all a bunch of political grandstanding, trying to get themselves some attention and squeeze a little bit of money out of the federal government or somewhere else that they can use for whatever they think it's needed for.
"If they want to see what it looks like. They can come down here for us.
"It's being shoved on us by the federal government and their policies and their lack of enforcement."
Jonathan Thompson, executive director and CEO of the National Sheriffs' Association, added," 'Welcome to our world' is what they say.
"Welcome to the everyday problems we are facing, and you have been ignoring and that you continue to want to blame someone else for."
They were far from alone.
Officials in both Texas and Arizona were chomping at the bit to say their two cents.
I still want to know that if you can call 6,000 migrants a crisis over five months, what do you call 6,000 in a day?
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