Mayorkas Meets with Border Patrol Agents Biden Slandered… It Didn’t Go Well

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There are quite a few thankless jobs out there – you know, the kind that only gets noticed if you don’t do your job. And under the Biden administration being a border patrol agent is definitely one of those.

As you know, the situation at the southern border has pretty much erupted since Joe Biden entered office and publicly invited anyone and everyone to come to the US to start a new life.

According to CPB data, some 2.5 million illegals have made their way into the US in fiscal year 2023 alone. And that’s just the ones we know of.

Now, at some level, you might say this is proof that border patrol isn’t really doing their jobs. But as police in liberal cities have learned in the same period, there isn’t much they can do with their hands tied behind their backs.

For instance, you may remember that in 2021, some images surfaced of mounted border patrol agents attempting to catch and detain some Haitian migrants, preventing them from entering the country illegally.

Despite having no proof, Democrats, including President Biden, alleged that these agents were also whipping the migrants and horribly mistreating them.

And for that, he said they would pay.

“To see people treated like they did, horses barely running them over… it’s outrageous. I promise you, those people will pay.”

Of course, there was an investigation, with no proof of mistreatment ever found. And yet, the agents accused of such were still punished for undefined “administrative violations.”

Two years later, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is just now meeting with these agents, according to Fox News. And still, no apology was offered.

Per Fox, Mayorkas spoke and acted in a “professional and respectful tone” allowing each agent to talk about the incident at hand and how it has “affected their lives and careers.” But no apology was made. No condolences from the president. Nothing.

Let’s just say I don’t think this is going to help these or any other border patrol agents feel very appreciated.