Border Patrol Union: Biden "puts politics ahead of life"

Brandon Judd, president of the union, warns that this fiscal year will end with some 800 deaths at the border, compared to 500 when Joe Biden arrived.

The head of the U.S. Border Patrol agents union , Brandon Judd, claimed Thursday that White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is lying about information on immigrants crossing the border. Judd claimed that the Joe Biden Administration is trying to hide the fact that hundreds of people have died at border crossings trying to enter the country.

Recently Jean-Pierre said: "It's not that simple. It's not just that people are crossing the border on foot. We have a plan in place. This is not like turning on the lights, this is going to be a process," referring to immigrants coming across the border.

"Politics ahead of life"

"They put politics ahead of life"said Judd in Just the News. He also stated that the only thing that will allow the situation at the border to improve will be for the Democrats to lose the election. "If the Democrats believe they will lose their seats of power, they will change their paradigm and do whatever it takes to secure the border."

The situation on the country's Southern Border is complex and dangerous , and Judd said the current Administration's actions are driving immigrants into the hands of "very dangerous criminal cartels who don't care about lives; they will leave them in the middle of the desert."

Child abandonment

"We are approaching 800 deaths in this fiscal year alone. Last fiscal year we broke the previous record. In Biden's first year in office, we had 500 deaths. Now we're approaching 800 deaths, and he's still not doing anything about it," Judd detailed.

The head of the Border Patrol agents' union said that immigrant smugglers perform inhumane acts such as abandoning children, only to divert the attention of border agents as irregular people attempt to enter the country. "And if we don't find those little babies, they will indeed die.. This is what is happening. And this is what Democrats are encouraging," Judd said.