Ex-ICE Director Slams Biden’s Border Policies: ‘Worst I've Seen in 35 Years'
Thomas Homan weighs in on 'inhumane' border crisis
Former U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director Thomas Homan said Joe Biden's border policy “the most inhumane policy that I’ve seen in my 35 years."
Homan weighed in on the crisis after Texas Gov. Greg Abbot announced a disaster declaration amid gangs and drug cartels pouring into the state.
“The men and women of the Border Patrol are the only piece of humanity on that border," Homan said.
"The Biden administration policy, to say it’s humane?"
"Tell me that’s humane when you watch that video, the children being dropped over the wall, the children being abandoned on the ranches,” he added.
“This is the most inhumane policy I’ve seen in my 35 years."
Homan praised “the men and women in green” for their service at the border, which he said saved thousands of lives.
Homan was asked by Fox co-host Harris Faulkner if the status of national security risk would be “the next step.”
“We’re there, and that’s why I think Governor Abbott has declared a national emergency," Homan said.
"His troopers have seized a record amount of fentanyl, and fentanyl spreads all over this country."
"It killed over 64,000 Americans during the last crisis on the border,” Homan responded.
“The criminal cartels control the Mexican-U.S. border, and the Joe Biden administration handed it to them."
"They use this humanitarian crisis,” he continued.
Earlier this week, Trump said Biden is facilitating the “greatest border disaster in history.”
Biden suspended the Remain in Mexico program immediately after taking office, which was implemented to tackle asylum fraud.
Biden then instructed the top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to form a plan to release 25,600 migrants enrolled in the program into the U.S. interior.