G. McConway
January 11, 2023

El Paso Scrubbed Streets Before Biden Arrival

We all knew it was going to happen.

There was no way that Biden would land at the border with the actual mess that is taking place visible.

So, what happened? Well, local police and Border Patrol agents were ordered to round up all the illegal immigrants in the area, remove them from the streets, clean up the tents, then scrub the streets before Biden ever arrived.

Nothing to See Here

El Paso is one of the hardest hit cities by this immigration debacle.

Currently, the city is seeing about 2,000 migrants per day released inside the city.

Well, that was until the Biden announcement took place, then everything came to a screeching halt. According to reports, migrants were no longer being released.

Not only that but there was also a massive cleanup effort that took place between local police and Border Patrol to get all migrants that were living on the streets gathered up and moved to detention centers.

Local news outlets confirmed this was taking place…

Human rights groups were outraged when word of this got out, with some of them saying this was far worse than anything they had seen Donald Trump do, and we all know how vocal they were every time Trump created a new immigration policy.

I cannot help but go back to Trump clearing the square during the rioting for a photo op with the Bible outside the church.

That was nothing compared to what just happened in El Paso for this Biden photo op.

I am also wondering why people like AOC are so quiet right now.

Even though pictures have been limited, the border holding facilities are far more overcrowded now than they ever were under Trump or Obama, so why is she not down there pitching a fit?

It just goes to show that they only care if they can score political points.

Source: GOP War Room

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