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Musk Sounds Off On Biden Admin Over Failure To Secure Border

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Elon Musk criticized President Biden and his administration for failing to secure the U.S.-Mexico border as Texas takes action.

Musk argued that if people don’t believe the Biden administration’s goal is to usher in undocumented immigrants, Texas having to do the federal job should convince them.

“Crazy that Texas has to do the job of the Biden administration, which filed aggressive legal action to stop the state! If anyone still doesn’t believe that ushering in illegals is the goal of the Biden administration, this should convince them,” Musk wrote.

His comments come as the Supreme Court refused to block a new Texas law empowering authorities to arrest and deport undocumented crossers, but remanded the case back to appeals.

He added, “As always, I say this as an immigrant who is proud to have become a citizen and who supports expanded and expedited *legal* immigration.”

Texas Governor Abbott argued the state has a right to defend itself from an “invasion.”

“Thousands coming from Afghanistan. Now al Qaeda has training camps up again,” Fox News’ Sean Hannity said.

“Then, you know, over 10,000, 12,000, 14,000 from Russia, and I read recently over 37,000 from China. Now, why would they make that long journey to our southern border? And my fear is that we are — we have in this country, because these illegals are not vetted, I fear that terror cells have set up in this country that will plot, plan, scheme the next 9/11 or worse,” Hannity added.

“I pray to God, as I said, I’m wrong. I don’t think I’m wrong, Mr. President,” he said.

Former President Trump also weighed in, declaring Texas a “war zone” and claiming thousands are entering from places like Afghanistan, Russia, and China, fearing terror cells could plot attacks.

He said China has sent 29,000 young men in recent months and “something is going on.”

“Well, China, as of today, 29,000 young men, for the most part, in our country for the last three or four months. And there’s something going on. Look, there’s something going on,” Trump said.

“Now, hopefully, we don’t have that problem with China. I always had a good relationship with China until the COVID came in. That was a step too far. We took in hundreds of billions of dollars from China. No president took in $0.10, not $0.10. And we — you know, we still got along with them,” he said.

“But when you look at this, and when you look at other countries, we have a lot coming in from Iran, we have a lot coming in from, you know, places that we are fighting right now. You know, here go the bombs. You don’t have to have bombs. We had no war, I was the first one, 78 years, we had no war, other than I defeated ISIS. We knocked out ISIS. We took out the leading terrorists in the world, both of them. Took them out, gone. And now…,” Trump added.

Biden visited the same day but was criticized by the border patrol union for not taking the crisis seriously.

“Board AF1, take nap. Wake up in place called Brownsville,” the U.S. Border Patrol union wrote on X. “Read large teleprompter message, ‘It’s all Trump’s fault.’ Board AF1, ask who people in green uniforms were, told they ‘strap’ illegal aliens, express horror, take nap. Wake up, call a lid, hit beach, take nap.”

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