Elections have consequences, and one of the worst consequences of all, at last on the domestic front, includes record breaking illegal immigration.
Numerous criminals have slipped through the openly porous border, some of whom have committed horrific crimes against Americans.
Recently, the mass media reported that a 10-year-old girl had to travel across state lines from Ohio to Indiana to receive an abortion, despite the fact Ohio legislation would have facilitated an abortion given the circumstances in which the child was raped.
What the mass media has not reported is the fact that the rape was committed by a 27-year-old illegal from Guatemala, especially since Biden’s presidency is now widely associated with the most open borders in modern history.
Gershon Fuentes, who illegally resides in Ohio, was arrested after he confessed to raping a 10-year-old child on repeated occasions.
He has been charged with first-degree statutory rape.
Rather than acknowledge the serious issues causes by illegal immigration, President Biden opted to politicize the recent Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade instead, in a terrible bid to galvanize the far left before the midterm elections.
“Imagine being that little girl,” Biden intoned, “I’m serious. Just imagine being that girl.”
What Biden has not been serious about is handling the crisis at the border, appearing far more eager to prosecute border agents for allegedly mistreating migrants than preventing the mass arrival of illegal migrants themselves.
Several leaders across Central America have expressed extreme frustration with the Biden administration’s unwillingness to address the unfolding humanitarian catastrophe at the border.
International watch groups have also cited the border as one of the most dangerous in the world, given the high degree of human trafficking, narcotics smuggling, and several other dangerous activities.
In the meantime, at least one illegal caught committing horrific crimes has been apprehended.
“We rejoice anytime a child rapist is taken off the streets,” Ohio Attorney General David Yost declared.