Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) is not impressed with President Joe Biden's border visit and recent meeting with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, seeing results that show Biden still isn't focused on actually solving the crisis at the border.
Roy called Biden's visit a box-checking “fraudulent propaganda effort." His evidence: “They put out a North America agreement on diversity, equity, and inclusion and climate change, but don’t really get anywhere with respect to what we need to do to stop the crisis at the border.”
It’s nice that the President’s handlers finally found the southern border on a map, told the President that he needed to go down there and check a box, basically through a fraudulent propaganda effort to clean everything out and say there [are] no migrants in the migrant center. Meanwhile, he meets with the president of Mexico, and what do they do? They put out a North America agreement on diversity, equity, and inclusion and climate change, but don’t really get anywhere with respect to what we need to do to stop the crisis at the border.
He then blamed Biden's policies for human rights abuses and the deaths of Americans from fentanyl brought across the border.
"What we have is a White House who is actually engaged in and perpetuating the greatest human rights crisis that we’ve seen in years in the United States of America, where people are dying, including Americans from fentanyl," he argued.
Even migrants are saying that Biden is the reason they decided to come cross the border illegally.