"What has he done?" Webb County Judge Tano Tijerina asked. "I invited President Biden to come down to the border."
Tens of thousands of immigrants swarmed the southern border in the past several days, Tijerina said.
"The Haitians are causing great havoc. You know, they're not, they're not incredibly the best," he said. "So we got ourselves in a situation."
The costs imposed by the border crisis, financially and otherwise, are slamming communities in the area, Tijerina said, adding that the media is focusing on only a select few incidents that misrepresent the situation.
"But there's 1,000 pictures of everything else that's going on, that's basically falling through the cracks," he said. "And yet, nothing's been mentioned."
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The president has gone back on his claim that the health of the nation and its people is a high priority, Tijerina said.
"You know, our county judges, I've spoken to almost all of them — we're at our wit's end. Our mayors, we're at our wit's end," he said. "And it's a sad situation that President Biden needs to take ownership."
It does not matter what Biden did in the Senate or what his prior record shows, the judge said.
"Today, he has an opportunity to show the world what he is and who he is," he said. "And unfortunately, he hasn't done that."
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