A Texas landowner appeared on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” on Tuesday to express her frustration over the Biden Administration’s atrociously flawed border policy. Alison Anderson, whose husband is a border patrol officer, sounded the alarm by saying that thousands of illegal immigrants have descended on the Del Rio port of entry and are being loaded onto buses headed to places unknown throughout the country.
Anderson has had multiple encounters with illegal immigrants trespassing on her property, ostensibly to avoid detection from border patrol agents, and the mother of three is justifiably concerned for the safety of her family.
“We’re overwhelmed with illegal immigrants that are coming through our property, our neighborhood, our community. When I received word that somewhere close to 2,000 yesterday were down under the bridge at the port of entry, it’s concerning, especially with COVID right now. Our healthcare workers are completely overwhelmed as it is,” said Anderson.
A recent story here told of COVID-infected illegals being housed at a motel in La Joya, Texas. U.S. Customs and Border Protection simply could not detain them any longer.
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Co-host Ainsley Earhardt asked, “Who’s fault is this?”
Anderson replied, “I would say a hundred percent it’s the Biden administration’s fault.”
“What would you say to him [Joe Biden} if he is watching?” asked the host.
“He needs to do something. It’s hypocritical to sit here and mandate vaccines against citizens at the same time the border is completely wide open and there’s literally thousands of illegal immigrants pouring over, many that are infected with COVID or have been exposed to COVID.”
Earhardt asked if Anderson knew whether or not the migrants were being vaccinated, to which she replied that she hadn’t heard of any vaccinations being given, but that she instead heard that the illegal immigrants actually had the option to deny the vaccine.
“Meanwhile the president would like to mandate that against citizens,” Anderson said, adding, “As far as where they are being taken? Your city, our city.”
Earhardt asked what her husband and other agents were saying behind the scenes regarding the crisis, as they are disallowed from talking to the press.
“They’re frustrated. They want to get back to being able to work these groups. They want to get back to being border patrol agents and not just processing and more processing. It’s extremely frustrating, “said Anderson. She added that other moms in the neighborhood were terrified and not letting their children play outside because they fear for their children’s safety.
“There’s people here in the brush, 24/7. Because you cannot see them does not mean that they’re not here.” Crime has gone up in the city, said Anderson, noting that she and her husband found footprints outside of their youngest daughter’s bedroom.
Earhardt concluded, “Stay safe. I hope they do something about this so you can let at least let your kids go in the back yard and play.”
“I do, too,” said Anderson.
Joe Biden can’t be bothered with the safety concerns of the average American citizen trying to live honestly and in relative safety. He has the Taliban to satisfy after all.
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