Sen. Says Biden Staff Asked GOP Members to Delete Photos of Border Facilities


The border crisis that President Biden has faked does not exist as drastically as it does, and for the reasons it does, it persists. However, some of his aides may not have their heads in the clouds and ask those who saw the border to clear photographic evidence. Senator Mike Braun, a Republican from Indiana, said over the weekend that is exactly what happened to him.

Braun said a Biden official asked the entire group of Republican senators who had visited the southern border to delete the photos they took. The photos reportedly included crowded conditions at a migrant processing and holding center they viewed the day before in Donna, Texas.

“There was a representative from Biden. I felt sorry for the lady because she actually talked to me about deleting a picture, but when she came to me all the other pictures were taken and that shows you the hypocrisy, “Braun told the Washington Examiner. “Neither of us would have gone down there if we had a muzzle,” added Braun.

Braun said Border Patrol told them not to take photos, even though “they told us because they had to,” Braun said. A group of 18 Republican lawmakers, including Braun, visited a facility with a 700% capacity. Photos show children sleeping on mats on the floor and migrants in closed pods.

Braun informed the auditor that the group had come across “coyotes” who were being paid to bring migrants across the border on the edge of the Rio Grande with border officials at one of the stops. Braun’s visit urged him to write a letter to President Biden suggesting that he make his own trip to the border.

In the letter, Braun wrote to Biden: “The crisis surrounding this boom makes it a moral imperative for you to see firsthand what is happening – and not the adjusted version of the border tour that some of my congressional colleagues have taken … I can testify This is an inhumane, unsustainable and dangerous situation. “



Robert Dunfee