Trump: Biden’s ‘New Form of Crime’

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – Arguing that the Biden administration is creating new forms of crimes to benefit illegal aliens, former President Donald Trump stated in an interview what he sees as a troubling trend in the United States: “Migrant crime.”

Trump said during the interview, “We have a new form of crime in the United States—it’s called ‘migrant crime. Now, it would be called and normally I would call it ‘Biden migrant crime,’ but that’s too long and too crazy. But everyone knows we have a new category in crime.”

He kept claiming, “[S]o we have crime, and we have migrant crime. It’s vicious and it’s horrible and these people are very tough. Everyone talks about the migrants coming to America; many of these people are real bad people. Many of them are sick. Many of them are mentally ill.”

Trump emphasized his focus on “Angel Families,” like Laken Riley’s family, a 22-year-old nursing student from Georgia who was murdered.

He lamented that Riley is just one example of Americans being harmed by migrants in the country unlawfully and argued that stricter enforcement of immigration laws could prevent such tragedies.

Trump’s campaign released a video that showcased migrants allowed into the country under Biden’s administration committing crimes. He also met with Riley’s parents at a recent Georgia rally and plans to engage with more Angel Families throughout the year.

Trump pointed to Central American countries as the source of many migrants who he believes are criminals. He suggested that Venezuela’s decrease in crime may be due to criminals from there being sent to the United States.

“The amazing thing about the border to me is I used to think, ‘Who wants an open border where the world is coming into your country?’” Trump said. “It makes sense—I don’t know if you saw that it’s 61 percent down in crime in Venezuela. So Venezuela, all their gangs are not even just coming up.”

“[T]hey’re being bussed right to our border and they’re being forced in at gunpoint. We’ve got these Venezuelan gangs, who are very tough gangs—they make our gangs look like very nice people—they’re now migrants,” he added.

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