Biden Border visit
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Started by metmike - Jan. 9, 2023, 11:42 p.m.

Cynical El Paso cleanup before Biden’s visit perfectly sums up his pathetic border policy

'Two years too late': Republicans accuse Biden of photo op in border visit

Border Patrol union rips Biden’s border visit, says El Paso cleaned up ‘just in time’ 

CBP pushes back on reports that migrants reportedly cleared out of El Paso because of Biden visit

By metmike - Jan. 10, 2023, 2:14 p.m.
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'Cover up': El Paso residents fume at Biden while city 'scrambled' to clear migrant encampments

" It's a cover-up, you know what it is, it is to make the people that make it look good if President Biden does decide to come and take a look here, or he sends somebody else to do it with a camera that's going to be shown on one of their favorite channels, they'll say 'there's no problem there never has been,'" Barraza said.

"Because they're trying to cover all this up. And you can tell because it's a scramble."


"This is a very serious national security concern, residents say, and it's a concern for everybody in the community, including those that are being illegally trafficked into our country," Carter said.

She added that she also encountered a 12-year-old girl who reportedly traveled alone as part of a larger group of migrants.

"These kids have not been processed into the country. We don't know who's holding them, and we don't know where they'll end up," she said.

After spending about four hours in El Paso, Biden was back in the air and headed south to a trilateral summit in Mexico City with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

By metmike - Jan. 10, 2023, 7:01 p.m.
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EXCLUSIVE: Biden IS building a wall... at his Delaware beach house: As the president faces backlash for his 'sanitized' border visit, construction work continues on a barrier surrounding his vacation home for increased security

  • Construction started on the wall surrounding Biden's Rehoboth Beach home
  • exclusive images show workers erecting the tall white fencing
  • The front of the home has a half-wall of gray stone and a black iron fence to allow cars to access the driveway
  • Project costs taxpayers $500,000 and will be completed in September 2023