The crisis along the southern border is not getting any better. In fact it’s quickly spiraling out of control. Even CNN is calling the border a crisis situation that's quickly becoming a political emergency for President Joe Biden.

An editorial on CNN said:

“There were signs on Tuesday that the administration is beginning to recognize the political peril from the border situation as well as its humanitarian consequences as several senior officials appeared on television and defended the White House's handling of border policy changes.”

Of course, the Biden administration is blaming the Trump administration for leaving the new president a broken system. That's a lie. Biden knows it’s a lie, and the American people must recognize it as a lie.

It was Joe Biden who halted the construction of the border wall. It was Joe Biden who ended the wait in Mexico policy. This administration has broken the border, and we will be paying for it for a long time.

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Thousands are flooding the border and the White House has no answer. Recently, we learned that 3,000 15-17 year olds will be housed in Dallas. We've also learned that up to 1,000 illegal immigrant children will be held in Midland.

The worst part? Midland officials had no idea until the last minute, according to MRT.com.

"We literally knew nothing until, for me it was early Sunday morning. It's the strangest, most backward, disrespectful thing I think I’ve seen in a long time," said Midland Mayor Patrick Payton.

Mayor Payton will join me this evening on The Chad Hasty Show to discuss how all of this went down and how it could happen in your city next. This situation, I fear, will only get worse, and I think that’s what the administration wants.

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