Border Crisis

CAUGHT IN THE ACT: Watch Biden's Feds Unlock Private Gate to Let Migrants Into Country

posted by Hannity Staff - 8.20.22

This is what Biden’s border policy looks like in action.

Fox News border correspondent Bill Melugin shared shocking footage of migrants entering the country through a private gate that was locked by the Texas National Guard —then opened by Biden’s border patrol.

Melugin shared the interaction on Twitter.

“For the first time, we witnessed the TX National Guard close & lock a gate on private property at a major crossing area in Eagle Pass, denying entry to migrants who just crossed illegally & expected to be let in,” Melugin tweeted. “Border Patrol then came w/ a key & let them in for processing.”

“This was the moment Border Patrol arrived with the key and let the migrants in. The landowner allows both TX DPS/National Guard and Border Patrol to work here. The gate has always been left open in the past. TX is now closing it, & migrants have to wait for Border Patrol to be let in,” Melugin reported.

“Border Patrol opening gates etc to allow migrants in is not new,” Melugin added. “They have to process migrants on U.S. soil per federal law. What’s new is TX is now closing the gate & denying entry at this major crossing location. Always open in months past, including this video I shot in May.”

Texas Governor Greg Abbott responded to the footage, calling the whole thing “unbelievable.”

“Unbelievable,” Abbott tweeted. “While Texas secures the border, the federal government is enabling illegal immigration. Biden’s open border policies caused this crisis. The federal government must do its job & fix it.”

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