A recent interview on ABC will be interesting to anyone who is curious about why there is a flood of illegals at the border. Sure, it’s already well-known that Joe Biden’s failed policies are responsible for illegals making a run for the United States. They admit it. The White House admits it. Mexico admits it.
Americans are very concerned with the border crisis — especially since the Biden Administration is doing nothing to prevent illegals who test positive for COVID from traveling without quarantining. The problem is so pervasive that 73 percent of Americans are worried that the illegals Biden is welcoming with open arms are infecting them with COVID-19.
One such illegal, who may or may not have COVID (it’s not like we are adequately tracking these things, after all) tells ABC News that if President Trump was still around, he would have stayed in Mexico.
“This father who asked we not show his face, traveled to Mexico from Brazil with his wife and three young kids before crossing the border,” reporter Martha Raddatz told viewers before asking the anonymous man, “Would you have tried to do this when Donald Trump was president?”
“Definitely not,” the man said. “We had the chance, you know, but the same violence that’s going on today was there last year.”
He says that President Trump’s policies definitely caused him to make the decision not to try to come to the U.S. “We used to watch the news,” he said. “I definitely wouldn’t do this.”
Raddatz asked a more direct question — one that will make things crystal clear for liberals. “Did you come here because Joe Biden was elected president?” she asked the man.
“Basically. Basically,” he replied. “The main thing was the violence in my country, and the second thing I think was Joe Biden. You know, it’s like it lightened up my hope, you know what I mean?”
Yes. We know what you mean.