With a “mind-blowing” crisis intensifying on the U.S. border, journalists, politicians, and experts are sounding the alarm on an ever-metastasizing and dangerous dilemma.
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“Biden’s Border,” a CBN News Original Production premiering May 16 at 8 p.m. ET, merges on-the-ground accounts, astonishing footage, and personal testimonies to expose the dire conditions and humanitarian criss at the border — as well as the implications for U.S. security and sovereignty.
“I think the first word that comes to mind is just mind-blowing,” video journalist Reid Klass proclaims in the documentary. “It was hard to take in the sheer amount of people crossing the border every day. Seeing it in person makes you realize how astronomical the issue is.”
“Biden’s Border,” a 60-minute special set to air on YouTube, Facebook, and CBNNews.com, shows how a skyrocketing number of migrants are coming from all over Central America and beyond. These individuals are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border and are then promptly released without U.S. court dates in a beleaguered system that’s growing more overwhelmed by the day.
“Due to the lenient immigration policies now in place, most will never face a judge. Usually, you’re given a court date, and you’re supposed to appear, which most don’t appear,” Republican congressional candidate Mayra Flores said. “But at least you’re given a court date. Now, they’re not even given a court date.”
“Biden’s Border” offers a shocking lens into the overarching issue, law enforcement’s dire predictions, and the troubling ways landowners and citizens alike are being impacted.
“Little by little, our original Constitution is being ripped apart,” a Texan named Dottie warns in the documentary. “What they go through to protect us and our properties. Without our border patrol, we don’t have a country.”
Watch “Biden’s Border,” a CBN News Exclusive, Monday at 8 p.m. ET.
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