Texas Representative Michael McCaul was on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday and talked to Martha Raddatz about the border crisis that Biden’s team won’t call a crisis. He said it’s not just worse than the administration will admit, or just worse than you think, it’s MUCH worse.
In fact, McCaul predicted there will be at least a MILLION migrants swarming the southern border by summer.
“It’s going to get worse. It’s going to get a lot worse. Springtime, summer, more and more come over. The messag is coming back that, ‘Hey, we got a new president, come on in! We’re open for business to the traffickers,'” said McCaul. “I predict a million people trying to get into this country by the summertime.”
That’s not even all. That was just the end of the interview.
“I think [the Biden* administration] created the crisis. He says he has a plan. I haven’t seen a plan. They talked about humane conditions, humanitarian. They have created a humanitarian crisis down here at this border that you have seen now,” said McCaul. That’s a fact. Detention of children has SKYROCKETED since Biden took office.
The is the obvious consequence of the open doors rhetoric of liberal Democrats. The EXACT consequence that Republicans and conservatives warn them will happen every time. It’s happening right now, right before everyone’s eyes, and yet the Democrats are still arguing that it’s not OPEN ENOUGH! They want to take everyone currently AT the border and let them CROSS it. Guess Covid is only a big deal for Spring Break in Florida, not for massive migrant mobs at the border, huh?
“The reason why they are coming is because, he says words do matter, and they do. The messaging is that if you want to come, you can stay,” said McCaul. That’s exactly it, y’all. How they can’t see it I can’t even fathom.
Here’s the whole interview.
Oh and by the way?
This is the insanity of stopping construction of the wall mid-project. This is from north of the Morales Dam near Yuma pic.twitter.com/Y60kkrFiR7
— Daniel Horowitz (@RMConservative) March 19, 2021
Yup, we got problems ahead even worse than we got problems today.