Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Democrats Want The Border Open While Churches And Schools Are Closed (VIDEO)

Sarah Huckabee Sanders made an excellent point during a recent media appearance.

She noted that while Democrats have basically opened the southern border, there are still churches and schools closed all over the country. How does that make sense?

We have all kinds of issues to sort out at home and the Democrats are letting people flood into the country.

Here’s a partial transcript via FOX News:

‘Total disgrace’: Dems want to open borders while churches and schools are closed, says Sarah Sanders

SARAH SANDERS: “The facts are clear. When President Trump instituted the Remain in Mexico policy and put up a border wall it was effective and it worked.

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President Biden’s administration has actually caused a humanitarian and national crisis at our border by opening them up at a time when Democrats are fighting to keep our schools, our businesses, and our churches closed they’re completely opening our border. It’s a total disgrace.

The bottom line is when you open the borders and you invite people to come here illegally, they do and that’s exactly what we’re seeing happen on our southern border and people are flooding in.

See the video below:

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Just remember, no matter what Biden will or won’t say, the situation at the border is a crisis.

None of this is happening by accident. It’s all unfolding by design.


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