RFK Jr Slams Biden’s Border Crisis: ‘Mexican Drug Cartels Are Running U.S Immigration Policy, Not the President’

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has slammed Democrat President Joe Biden over his mishandling of the crisis at the Southern Border.

In a new interview with Tucker Carlson, Kennedy argued that the “Mexican drug cartels are running U.S. immigration policy,” not Biden.

RFK Jr., Biden’s lead challenger in the Democrat 2024 primary, told Carlson that the situation at the border is now completely unsustainable.

“This is a heartbreaking humanitarian crisis,” Kennedy said.

“I was a person who ridiculed Trump’s wall.

“And now I’ve been now there, and I’ve talked to everybody down there, and I have a different position.

“We cannot survive with what’s happening there now.

“The Mexican drug cartels are literally running U.S. immigration policy, not the President of the United States.”

Responding to Kenndy’s comments about the border, Elon Musk remarked: “It is a crazy situation.”

When he recently took a trip to the border, Kennedy said:

“Watch this 18-minute documentary that follows my journey to the Arizona-California border with Mexico where I witnessed this dystopian nightmare of an uncontrolled flow of desperate humanity crossing the border.

“After visiting the border I’ve come to understand that the open border policy is just a way of funding a multi-billion dollar drug and human trafficking operation for the Mexican drug cartels.

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“When I am President, I will secure the border which will end the cartel’s drug trafficking economy.

“And I will build wide doors for those who wish to enter legally so that the U.S. can continue to be a beacon to the world where diversity and culture make us great.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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