バイデンは、デルリオセクターの移民を起訴する国境警備隊のエージェントに警告します: 'Those people will pay'

大統領は国境警備隊のエージェントが移民を犠牲にしていると言った: “馬がそれらをひっくり返す, 縛られている人々。” しかしながら, 批評家は、エージェントが馬を制御するために手綱を握っていたと指摘しています, not whips or straps for migrants.

Of course I take responsibility,” バイデンは言った. “I’m president, but it was horrible what you saw.

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To see people treated like they did, horses barely running over, people being strapped—it’s outrageous,” バイデンは言った. “I promise you, those people will pay. There will be an investigation underway now and there will be consequences. There will be consequences.

He added that it isan embarrassment, but beyond an embarrassment, it’s dangerous.

“それは間違っています,” 彼は言った. “It sends the wrong message around the world. It sends the wrong message at home.

彼が追加した: “It’s simply not who we are.

The president’s comments come after the Biden administration on Thursday said it was prohibiting Border Patrol agents from using horses in the Del Rio sector amid Democratic outrage over images that lawmakers falsely claimed showed agents usingwhipsto stop Haitian migrants getting into the United States.

White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki on Thursday said that Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced thatwe would no longer be using horses in Del Rio.

A DHS spokesperson later said in a statement: “We have ceased the use of the horse patrol in Del Rio temporarily. We’ll prioritize other methods for identifying individuals who might be in medical distress.

The revelation comes on the fourth day of controversy related to the false claims that agents usedwhipsagainst Haitian migrants on Sunday – a claim that was initially debunked by Mayorkas and Border Patrol chief Raul Ortiz on Monday, who noted that agents were wielding long reins to control their horses in difficult riverines.

Other Border Patrol sources have noted that agents will spin or twirl their reins in order to move the horse forward as a signal to the horse. So far no images have been presented of migrants being hit by the reins.

しかしながら, as the White House condemned the images, by Tuesday Mayorkas had changed his stance.

I was horrified by what I saw,” Mayorkas told CNN. “I’m going to let the investigation run its course. But the pictures that I observed troubled me profoundly. That defies all of the values that we seek to instill in our people.

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火曜日に, Vice President Kamala Harris said she supported an investigation and wasdeeply troubledby the allegations.

上院多数党首 チャックシューマー decriedimages of inhumane treatment of Haitian migrants by Border Patrol—including the use of whips.

The agents involved have since been moved to administrative duty.

The narrative that the agents usedwhipshas continued to gather steam among activists and left-wing Democrats, who have then infused a racial narrative into the mix, given that the Haitians are Black.

What we witnessed takes us back hundreds of years,” 担当者. マキシンウォーターズ, D-Calif。, said this week. “What we witnessed was worse than what we witnessed in slavery … cowboys with their reins, 再び, whipping black people.

As those claimed to continue to move forward, without evidence, agents expressed anger to Fox News about the move, which they said will make them less safe.

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It will make patrolling extremely difficult along with security. This is insane. The agents did nothing wrong,” one agent told Fox.

その間, former acting CBP Commissioner Mark Morgan tore into Mayorkas, accusing of throwing agentsunder the bus.

It’s reckless, it’s irresponsible, it’s unconscionable and this guy has got to go,” he told Fox News. “He continues to lie to the American people about the basic pieces of information he should know, he lies about why he doesn’t have it, and now he’s absolutely lost the respect of every single Border Patrol agent under his charge because of what he’s done.

フォックス・ニュース’ Bill Melugin and Peter Hasson contributed to this report.

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