Biden's US-Mexico border pullback creating ‘roads for the cartels,' Arizona sheriff says: report
Added 03-04-21 03:29:01am EST - “The U.S.-Mexico border region in Arizona is becoming less secure since President Biden took office, a sheriff is alleging, according to a report.” - Foxnews.com
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The U.S.-Mexico border region in Arizona is becoming less secure since President Biden took office, a sheriff is alleging, according to a report.
"We just built roads for the cartels," Cochise County Sheriff Mark Daniels said, according to the Washington Times.
Daniels explained that by halting work on the border wall championed by former President Donald Trump, the Biden administration has left intact the high-speed roads that were built to help Border Patrol agents manage the region – but is failing to follow through with the barrier that was planned to keep illegal immigrants and smugglers of humans and drugs out of the U.S.
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