Border Crisis Resentment Growing In Blue State


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Even blue states are tired of Joe Biden’s border crisis.

Democrats in Massachusetts are upset over the Biden administration’s lack of action on the border crisis.

Breitbart reported:

Democrat officials in deep blue Massachusetts are getting fed up as consequences of Joe Biden’s border crises continue to reverberate in the northeast.

Gov. Maura Healey has been clear that she wants Biden to cut loose with more money in federal aid to the state to pay for the thousands of illegals flooding the state, and she has also called for fast tracked work permits to get the illegals earning a paycheck. So far, her requests have fallen on deaf ears in the White House.

But state lawmakers are also getting restless over Biden’s inaction on the issue, according to the Boston Herald.

“The guy is running for president, he better start paying attention to this,” House Speaker Ronald Mariano told reporters, the paper reported.

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador warned that the United States will see around 10,000 illegal immigrants arrive daily at the border.

Epoch Times reported:

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has warned that the United States will soon see about 10,000 illegal immigrants per day arrive at its border with Mexico.

Such a large number of illegal immigrants are reaching Mexico’s northern border with the United States partly due to abount 6,000 illegal immigrants crossing from Guatemala into Mexico every day for the past week, President Obrador said on Oct. 2, according to The Associated Press. The Mexican president criticized U.S. sanctions on nations such as Cuba and Venezuela, two nationalities that make up a significant portion of the illegal immigrant flow.
On Sept. 29, President Obrador called on the United States to “remove blockades and stop harassing independent and free countries.” There should be “an integrated plan for cooperation so the Venezuelans, Cubans, Nicaraguans, Ecuadorans, Guatemalans, and Hondurans wouldn’t be forced to emigrate,” he said.