New Mexico rancher slams Dems for failing to take action, says migrant surge keeps getting worse

I would like to think I’m a reasonable man and I’m living under unreasonable circumstances,” ジョンソンは言った. “And what we’re seeing is the group sizes are increasing. We ourselves are encountering these groups all the time.

彼は言った “just the other day I encountered a group of what turned out to be 13 that the Border Patrol didn’t even know had crossed yet.

Johnson also noted thatunfortunately with the rise in the summer temperatures there’s been bodies found out here in the desert.

It’s just all being ignored and we’re the ones having to deal with it,” 彼が追加した.

Johnson also told “アメリカのニュースルーム” that he tried to reach out to Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico, 民主党, but has not received a response.

A spokesperson for Grisham did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment. Former President Trump is visiting the Texas border with Gov. Greg Abbott Wednesday before both appear at a town hall with Sean Hannity at 9:00 午後. ET on Fox News Channel.

3月, Johnson toldFox News Livedescribed his experience with the migrant surge at the southern border, それを言って “We’ve experienced everything from homes being broke into, cattle theft, vehicles stolen, other buildings broken into.

He blamed the problems on the Biden administration’s immigration policies and slammed the administration for rolling back the Trump administration’s policies, which wereworking.


President Biden scrapped a number of his predecessor’s immigration policies, which included wall construction and having asylum seekers remain in Mexico instead of in the U.S. while they wait for their cases to be heard. The moves have led to a record surge in migrants, including unaccompanied minors, that has strained capacity at immigration facilities.

と話す “アメリカのニュースルーム” 水曜日に, Johnson stressed that what he is experiencing is now worse than what was taking place three months ago.

He referenced a video that he said showed illegal immigrants vandalizingimprovements on our ranch,” including a 10,000-gallon water tank.

Because they [移民] ran out of water, they broke the pipe going to that tank and we lost all that water and there’s no compensation for that,” 彼は続けた.

Johnson stressed thatwe’ve got a delegation here that doesn’t even want to acknowledge the fact that this is going on.

He then warned thatit’s going to get worse and it’s going to impact not just us here on the border but it’s going to impact everybody further north as well.