ICYMI: Senator Marshall Discusses Biden’s Ability to Secure the Border through Executive Actions

New York City, New York – U.S. Senator Roger Marshall, M.D. joined the Evening Edit on Fox Business live in studio to discuss President Biden’s refusal to address the border crisis and Venezuela halting flights of deported illegal immigrants from the U.S. due to their criminal and gang activity.

You may click HERE or on the image above to watch Senator Marshall’s full interview. 

Highlights from the interview include:

On President Biden’s Refusal to Admit Border Crisis:

“Americans know better, they absolutely know better. They know where the responsibility lies.” 

“There are 10 million reasons why we should fire Joe Biden this year, 10 million people crossed the border illegally under his watch. This is an admission of guilt, though, on the White House’s stance as they move towards some type of an executive action to secure the border.”

“The State of the Union [he] is gonna say I’m going to, with the kindness of my heart, I’m going to secure the border. It’s an admission of guilt. He could have done it all along.”

“The cartels are smart. They’re gonna move to the easiest point of the puzzle. And Texas has proven that with good border security, you can slow this down. But meanwhile it’s bulging, the other part of the balloons bulging out in California… they know what they’re doing.”

“This is the number one issue across the entire country as families don’t feel safe anymore. The amount of fentanyl poisoning killing 300 Americans every day, human trafficking is coming up as well, those numbers are bulging, and of course, all the violence that goes along with the drugs as well.”

On Venezuela Stopping Flights of Deported Illegal Immigrants:

“500,000 Venezuelans have come into our country illegally under Joe Biden, 500,000. He’s shipped back 2,000 of them and Venezuela said, ‘Enough, we don’t want those criminals coming back here.’”

“There is a huge crime part now hitting the seams here with all these illegal immigrants as well. We’re going to see it going forward. I’m very concerned for the next 5 or 10 years as we try to get our arms around these 10 million people that have come in here illegally.”