Congressman Darrell Issa leads tour of US-Mexico border to address immigration crisis -

8/10/2022 4:00:00 AM

A Russian man illegally entered the United States through a wide open part of the southern border as KUSI toured the area with Rep. @DarrellIssa and Border Patrol Officers. The man claimed asylum and was taken in for processing. Full Story:

A Russian man illegally entered the United States through a wide open part of the southern border as KUSI toured the area with Rep. DarrellIssa and Border Patrol Officers. The man claimed asylum and was taken in for processing. Full Story:

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Congressman Darrell Issa toured the US-Mexico border in San Diego to address the ongoing immigration crisis, and highlight the work and needs of United States Border Patrol. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes and California Congresswoman Michelle Steel also participate in the “eye opening” border tour. Congressman Issa explained, “what happens here, ends up affecting Utah and...

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Congressman Darrell Issa toured the US-Mexico border in San Diego to address the ongoing immigration crisis, and highlight the work and needs of United States Border Patrol.Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes and California Congresswoman Michelle Steel also participate in the “eye opening” border tour.

Congressman Issa explained, “what happens here, ends up affecting Utah and all the other states. When we say every state is a border state, from the stand point of people dying from fentanyl, people dealing with crime that’s rising, some of it from gangs coming across the border, every state is a border state.”

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DarrellIssa Lmao that dude did not walk there lmao c'mon now. So who helped him get there, kusi was it you? Where does planted people go? DarrellIssa Just like the law is written. DarrellIssa 😄He took a taxi to the opening in the wall. DarrellIssa Russians have been crossing the border illegally since Biden was elected

DarrellIssa 🔸 DarrellIssa This is a political stunt and you guys are buying it 😄😄😄😄,just like the TED CRUZ thing DarrellIssa He came here because America is the greatest country in the world, maybe? DarrellIssa WHAT!! Government Backer EdLendermanKUSI Joked That Trafficking Should Go Thru Opening In Fence SEAL THE BORDER STOP TRAFFIKING FENTENAL STOP HANDOUTS BURDEN TO TAX PAYERS nbcsandiego 10News CBS8 fox5sandiego sdut slaterradio carldemaio

DarrellIssa Then what happens to him? DarrellIssa KUSI: sheltering Russians since 1963

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KUSI Newsroom SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Congressman Darrell Issa toured the US-Mexico border in San Diego to address the ongoing immigration crisis, and highlight the work and needs of United States Border Patrol.among many other provisions.August 9, 2022 at 5:27 p.AP Photo/Evan Vucci WASHINGTON (AP) — The Department of Homeland Security said Monday that it ended a Trump-era policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico for hearings in U.

Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes and California Congresswoman Michelle Steel also participate in the “eye opening” border tour. Congressman Issa explained, “what happens here, ends up affecting Utah and all the other states. Issa’s party just votes no. When we say every state is a border state, from the stand point of people dying from fentanyl, people dealing with crime that’s rising, some of it from gangs coming across the border, every state is a border state.S.” KUSI’s Teresa Sardina accompanied the group, along with USBP Officers, as they started at the wall at the Pacific Ocean, and traveled along San Ysidro to Otay Mesa. The tour stopped at a location where there is large gaps in the border wall, allowing illegal immigrants to enter the United States unobstructed. The Supreme Court certified its ruling last week.

As they arrived, a man was illegally entering the United States, and walked right up to the group. The circumstances surrounding the seizure were not immediately known. He was a Russian named Alexander, who spoke no English, and claimed to be seeking asylum, and was taken in for processing. Rep. Issa said Alexander could have asked for asylum in any of the countries he was in on his way to the United States, but we are the magnet, because “we have the open door. This exhibit from video released by the House Select Committee shows texts between former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows and Rep.” A Russian man illegally entered the United States through a wide open part of the southern border as KUSI toured the area with Rep. The policy “has endemic flaws, imposes unjustifiable human costs, and pulls resources and personnel away from other priority efforts to secure our border,” the department said.

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