Sen. Cruz films 10k Illegal Immigrants at Border, Calls Out Biden’s ‘Manmade Disaster’

Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz showed up to record a video after reports of more than 10,000 mostly Haitian immigrants had crossed the Rio Grande River and were staying under a bridge in Del Rio, Texas.

“Being briefed by @CBP on the escalating #BidenBorderCrisis while yards away from over 10,000 illegal aliens,” the Texas Republican tweeted.

“This is a manmade disaster. And it is a direct result of Joe Biden’s political decisions,” Cruz said.

“Joe Biden’s policies are encouraging this staggering rush of illegal aliens,” the senator said on Twitter on Thursday evening.

“208,887 encountered in August including 103,129 single adults (up 134% from 2020), 18,847 unaccompanied children (up 507% from 2020), & 86,487 individuals in a family unit (up 3,086% from 2020).”

The camp grew as many as 15,000 immigrant before Gov. Greg Abbott sent law enforcement and Border Patrol to shut down the river crossing. The location is now being slowly cleared out.

The Biden administration claims it will start deporting Haitian immigrants back to Haiti on flights next week. But there could be some exceptions.

Like families with children. Or people from Haiti. or people who can say the word Haiti. You never know with Biden’s immigration policies. He may just send some people in the air and then land again and set them up with housing at the nearest Motel 6.

You have to see it to believe it as the border crisis continues to escalate.


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