Attorney General Ken Paxton said of the effects of illegal immigrants, “harm is a significant increase in crime.”

El Paso, Texas (KTSM) – Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton stopped in El Paso this week to meet with supporters and visit the southern border barrier, which announced his latest proceeding against the Biden administration.

We had a one-on-one exclusive interview while AG Paxton was in Sun City. Meanwhile, he talked about the surge of immigrants arriving at the US-Mexico border, and the crisis the country is experiencing was created by the Biden administration.

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Biden’s decision to abolish Trump-era immigration policy, which Paxton said he was working, gives the message that borders are wide open to anyone who wants to cross the border, all over the world. Said that he sent it to the person. He told us that his office must now legally fight the Byden administration to stop the flow of illegal immigrants and protect Americans.

“They are ignoring federal law, they are ignoring court orders. They say they listen to us governing our decisions. Do it anyway. I’m going, “said Attorney General Paxton.

When asked what the harm was, he replied with a concrete example.

“The harm is a mass import of drugs. Cartels are now increasing fentanyl, which kills people. You are talking about a significant increase in crime throughout the country, especially at borders,” he continued. They are trafficking. These people have to pay a lot of money to get in, and it all goes to the cartel. “

Texas Attorney General Paxton

Paxton also said he was concerned about the spread of Covid-19 as cross-border migrants could spread the disease.

“They haven’t tested them [the illegal migrants] And they haven’t vaccinated them, and they’re sending them all over the country. Perhaps the administration cares about it, but from their actions it doesn’t seem to be the case. “

The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released the latest figures on migrant concerns on Friday, saying that more than 190,000 migrants were encountered at the southern border in September alone, bringing the total for fiscal year 2021 to over 1.7 million. Said. Immigrants.

In addition, according to DEA, fentanyl attacks have increased by more than 524%, which is also “unprecedented.”

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