An Arizona stated that Biden can completely reverse the issues at the border by restoring policies previously implemented by President Donald Trump, according to The BizPac Review.
Ariz. Sheriff Mark Lamb said that The White House is oblivious to what is really happening at the southern border.
“We’re used to it. But obviously, this has increased 100, 200 percent for us. But this is definitely a crisis and is what we’re trying to get our politicians in Washington, and frankly get America to understand,” Lamb stated.
Lamb shared photographs with Fox News host Neil Cavuto in an interview.
“That particular vehicle you saw pictures of, they had seven people bail out of the cab of that truck. We found eight more undocumented aliens in the back of the truck. And this is happening to us every day,” Lamb revealed.
“These are folks that are not here to claim asylum.”
“They are trying to come into this country undetected,” Lamb stated.
“We have no idea what kind of criminal history that they have.”
“What gangs they represent. Honestly, it’s a disaster. I appreciate you bringing the light to it.”
“I would tell them we gotta get back to securing the border, that’s first and foremost. You have to stop the bleeding. You’ve gotta secure the border.”
“They need to go back to the policies that President Trump implemented, put the pride aside and get back to the policies. Because what they’re doing is a disservice to the American people right now.”
“That should tell the American people how bad this issue is for us. It is affecting the communities across this country and we want it to stop. So my message would be, let’s secure the border, we’ll help you fix this problem,” Sheriff Lamb continued.
“These are staggering numbers. We cannot sustain this in our communities in these states.”
“And remember, there’s always the element of the human trafficking and drug trafficking that comes with it. We’re standing up as sheriffs.”
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Lamb described what is called “a bail-out” where several migrants leap from a vehicle and run from officers.
Some of the images featured illegal immigrants dressed in camouflage clothing and wearing “carpet shoes” to make it easier to break into the U.S. without being discovered.
Cavuto went on to say that Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas visited the U.S.-Mexico border on Thursday before asking Lamb what he would say if he had an opportunity to speak to anyone in the administration about the worsening crisis.
He went on to discuss a letter signed by 275 other sheriffs sent to the administration from 39 states in which they pleaded with the White House to implement stricter border enforcement policies.
Cavuto went on to ask Lamb how many illegal migrants he and Border Patrol agents are encountering, to which the sheriff replied in the thousands, approximately half of whom are not from Mexico.