Border Patrol Personnel Are Not Happy With Biden’s Immigration Claims

In his State of the Union speech, President Joe Biden stated that he wants to protect the southern border. Border Patrol personnel in the United States aren’t buying it, calling Biden “full of sh*t.” CBP agents told Fox News that they did not trust the White House would protect the US-Mexico border and that President Joe Biden’s words were “pandering 101, full of sh*t.” One agent chuckled at the assertion, while another claimed they didn’t bother watching the event because they expected it to be full of falsehoods and smoke.

Moreover, President Joe Biden’s statements on the border problem, according to the former acting Homeland Security Secretary, were “lip service” and “wish list,” with “no vision, no plan.” According to a former DHS officer, President Biden may have forgotten that he has the authority to address the immigration situation. He hasn’t forgotten. He does not want to.

In his State of the Union Address on Tuesday, President Biden stated his desire to secure the southern border. Border Patrol personnel who faced the migrant crisis that erupted under Biden’s leadership reacted angrily and mockingly to the vow. While Democrats in the chamber applauded the call, agents who had been on the front lines of the crisis were not rushing to their feet.

Furthermore, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) personnel reacted to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union Address by calling it “f*ckng pandering 101, full of sh*t.” One agent didn’t even turn it on since they assumed it would be all lies and smoke. They’re losing so many agents that they’re getting tired of it. Another stated that the president “doesn’t care about secure borders.”

Therefore Former interim Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf also criticized Biden for his immigration statements. In Fiscal Year 2021, there were roughly 1.7 million migrant interactions at the border as numbers poured to the border. Republicans have blamed the spike on weakening Trump-era border safeguards, weakened interior enforcement and demands for amnesty from Washington, DC.