Border Crisis

A DEMOCRAT AT THE BORDER?! RFK Jr. Visits Southern Border, Calls Crisis 'Unsustainable' [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 6.07.23

Not all Democrats avoid the southern border.

Earlier this week, Biden challenger Robert. F. Kennedy Jr. went down to Arizona to see the crisis at the southern border firsthand. His assessment? It’s “unsustainable.”

Kennedy shot footage with his phone while discussing the countries of origin of the migrants behind him.

“This is not a good thing for our country, it’s not a good thing for these people and it is unsustainable,” Kennedy said.

The migrants were from Peru, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, China, and more.

“They’re put on buses and they’re brought to the Border Patrol station where they’re processed. After 4 or 5 days, they’re released on their own recognizance into our country and most of them are never seen or heard from again,” he said.

“This is a humanitarian crisis because of the understanding across the globe that we have an open border here,” Kennedy added.

Kennedy shared the clip on Twitter, saying “At 2 am this morning, I visited the border outside of Yuma, Arizona where thousands of migrants are crossing the border each week. You have to see it with your own eyes.”

Watch the footage above.

Kennedy is starting to make Biden loyalists nervous as his polling has been surprisingly strong; he’s hitting 20%.

From The New York Post Editorial Board:

So far, the Bidenites are relying on their media allies to maul RFK Jr., Politico reports.

Problem is, the reason the challenger’s running at 20% in primary polls has less to do with his last name (even Marianne Williamson’s at 8%) than with President Biden’s incredible weakness.

Biden’s record is beyond atrocious, and at 80, he’s showing signs of serious decline. Voters — most definitely including Democrats — know it.

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