The long-beleaguered Border Patrol agents finally have a voice of their own against the presently anti-American White House, with previous leading officials issuing a stark warning to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.
Mayorkas, who has long been more concerned with the rights of illegals over the rights of American citizens, has garnered a rather notorious reputation for not only failing to back agents at the border, but also to not even acknowledge that a very obvious crisis exists.
More recently, Mayorkas has been associated with direct threats against border agents over actions they never even took, namely the so-called “whipping” of migrants who would have never been at the border in the first place if it weren’t for the White House’s brazenly open border policies.
In response, former leading border officials have issued a warning to Mayorkas, as reported by the Washington Examiner, chiefly in the form of an official letter documenting their concern.
“We collectively believe and point out that the statements made by [President Biden] and [Vice President Harris] predictively prejudged the desired outcome of the investigation and may therefore influence the case,” the officials wrote.
The previous border authorities, who collectively worked under the Trump, Obama, and Bush administrations, also noted that sudden declarations of punishment, or “stating outright that there will be consequences presumes the result of an investigation,” clearly constitutes unethical prejudgment.
For this reason, the border agents request that Mayorkas conduct “a fair and impartial review of the facts as U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) moves through this process.”
The letter emerges in response to Biden’s astonishing propensity to attack law enforcement officers and any other officials remotely associated with law and order, as evidenced by his contrived response to photos in the fall.
“It was horrible what … to see people treated like they did: horses nearly running them over and people being strapped,” Biden whined, “I promise you, those people will pay.”
On her part, Harris, always eager to defend the most violent and nefarious of criminals, racialized the entire incident, as usual, sneering that the photos, which are widely acknowledged to be “misconstrued,” including by the photographer himself, hearken back to the days of slavery.
“[These photos] invoked images of some of the worst moments of our history … during times of slavery,” the ineffectual vice president shrieked.