Dem Gov TURNS On Biden – Blames HIM For This (Video)

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( – Democratic Maryland Governor Wes Moore turned on Biden and criticized his recent executive order as insufficient and labeled it as a “broken immigration policy.”

Watch the video further down this post.

Moore appeared on “Face the Nation,” where he attributed Biden to the death of 37-year-old Rachel Morin, allegedly killed by a Salvadoran illegal alien, 23-year-old Victor Antonio Martinez-Hernandez.

CBS host Margaret Brennan played a clip of Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler criticizing the Biden administration and Congress.

Moore stated during the interview:

“My heart is broken for the Morin family, as is our entire state. She should still be here, and the sheriff is absolutely right. I mean, we have an immigration policy that needed to have been dealt with and was not. And the consequences then fall on us as the chief executives of our states. The consequences fall on us as the leaders of our individualized jurisdictions. We know that we have got to fix a broken immigration policy and we know that we need Congress to act on this.”

Moreover, host Brennan pressed Moore further on the ongoing border crisis, asking for his opinion on Biden’s recent immigration executive action.

The action involves pausing new asylum requests once the daily average exceeds 2,500 migrants weekly at the southern border and resuming when the daily average falls back to 1,500 migrants.

The Democratic governor agreed with the executive order, but he was aware that it would not be enough. He emphasized that such an order was not politics, as politics should not get in the way of public safety.

According to CBS News, Morin was found dead in August 2023 along a hiking trail in Harford County, Maryland, leaving behind five children.

Martinez-Hernandez was arrested and charged with first-degree murder and first-degree rape.

In addition, authorities disclosed that Martinez-Hernandez entered the U.S. illegally in February 2023 after allegedly committing another murder in El Salvador in January of that year. Interpol had issued an arrest warrant for that murder.

In March 2023, Martinez-Hernandez allegedly assaulted a 9-year-old girl and her mother in Los Angeles.

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