"Broken border crisis," Fox News highlights problems with Biden and the border

Ash Jurberg

"This administration has the intention to hurt Texans, this is straining law enforcement at the state and local level, a situation that the Biden administration is intentionally doing to this country," former Jackson County Sheriff AJ Louderback

The situation over the border between Texas and Mexico continues to be fought out in the media as parties continually argue over who is to blame for the crisis.

Last week, Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser asked the DC National Guard for help dealing with a "humanitarian crisis." New York City Mayor Eric Adams also criticized Texas, asking the Biden government for "financial and technical resources" due to migrant families "arriving on buses sent by the Texas and Arizona governments."

Texas Gov Abbott responded by inviting the two city mayors to the border to witness the situation firsthand.

Today Fox News hosted a live stream of the "broken border crisis," stating the failure of the Biden government to offer border security has meant Abbott has been forced to step in.

Appearing on the stream was Former Texas sheriff AJ Louderback who was very critical of the Biden administration.

"This administration has the intention to hurt Texans, this is straining law enforcement at the state and local level, a situation that the Biden administration is intentionally doing to this country." former Jackson County Sheriff AJ Louderback

Louderback claimed that the border is "more open than ever before."

His comments echo those of Texas Gov Abbott, who has urged Biden to do more to secure the border.

"The historic crisis at our southern border is preventable & deserves immediate federal action. Leaders across our nation must call on President Biden to do his job & secure the border." Texas Gov Greg Abbott

Your thoughts

Readers, what are your thoughts on the southern border? Do you agree with Abbott and Louderback that the border is less secure under Biden? Or do you believe that the responsibility should fall on Abbott?

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