Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. differentiated himself from President Joe Biden over the weekend in regard to border policy.
“We should have closed borders, and we should expand immigration,” Kennedy said. “It’s not racist or insensitive to say that we need to close our borders and have an orderly immigration policy. I would expand legal immigration to this country that’s orderly, that makes sense for our country, but also that our borders are impervious.”
Kennedy said that “these open-door policies” have hurt children and have created a “humanitarian crisis” at the Southern Border.
“We have a crisis, and we need to close our border,” Kennedy said.
He also blamed some of the border problems on U.S. involvement in wars with "virtually every country in Central America," other than Costa Rica.
Migrant centers are already overflowing at the border as illegal immigrants anticipate the end of Title 42 within days.