(RepublicanWire) – The US border is a total nightmare. Joe Biden is spending all his time worried about Ukraine’s border, the American people are wondering when will he visit ours? He’s made a mess of it but has never once visited.
Other countries are also showing concerns about Biden’s policies, when it comes to the border.
The President of El Salvador called out the border crisis caused by Biden. He responded to a tweet from Biden’s State Dept. spokesman Ned Price and humiliated Biden and his entire team.
Here’s what Ned Price said in his tweet: “The U.S. government continues to support El Salvador in its efforts to reduce the proliferation of gangs. We urge El Salvador to protect its citizens while also upholding civil liberties, including freedom of the press.”
Here’s what President Bukele said in response: “The U.S. government continues to support El Salvador to reduce the proliferation of gangs”. Really? Yes, we got support from the U.S. government to fight crime, but the was UNDER THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION. You are only supporting the gangs and their “civil liberties” now.”
President Nayib Bukele slammed Biden’s State Department when they tried to declare how much they’ve helped his country.
President Bukele fired back at Ned Price by telling him the only time his government received any “American help” to fight crime was under President Trump. He then said Joe Biden has sided with the gangsters.
It’s been a mess in El Salvador, crime is soaring there, too, just like in our liberal-run cities and it’s gotten so much worse for them since President Trump was removed from office.
Breitbart reported that El Salvador’s security forces arrested over 9,000 people over the past two weeks, using emergency powers granted by the legislature to control organized crime following a wave of gang killings. Critics of the crackdown claim many of the arrests were arbitrary and targeted impoverished young people. They also criticized the harsh conditions imposed on the detainees.
Bukele insisted the arrests were appropriate – describing the 9,000 taken into custody so far as merely a good start – and said the rough detentions were a necessary deterrent. He argued gang members are far too accustomed to skipping out of prison quickly, so they view arrest as a minor inconvenience.
“We have confiscated everything, even the sleeping mats. We are rationing food and they will no longer see the sun. Stop the killings now,” he said.
On Tuesday, Bukele said the total number of arrests was up to 10,094.