Mayorkas Gets Cold Shoulder from Border Agents During Meeting

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Mayorkas reportedly has a bit of a mutiny on his hands.

Some reports have been surfacing regarding a rather tense meeting between Mayorkas and Arizona border agents.

Agents are getting frustrated at the new policies of this administration and feel as though they have been abandoned.

Tense Meeting

Mayorkas reportedly told the agents, “The job has not gotten any easier over the last few months and it was very, very difficult throughout 2021.”

It wasn’t easy because of the open borders policy of this administration.

It was difficult because Mayorkas joined Biden in selling out agents during #Whipgate, an investigation of which the results have never been released because it would show that Biden and Mayorkas jumped to some awful conclusions.

Then, after the agents were proven to have done nothing wrong, they never received a public apology even though they were hung out to dry publicly by leadership.

During the meeting with Mayorkas, one agent reportedly turned his back on Mayorkas as he was speaking.

Mayorkas reportedly responded by saying, “Let me just say, you can turn your back on me but I won’t turn my back on you.”

That, however, is a lie.

Mayorkas did, in fact, turn his back on agents by siding with Biden rather than letting the evidence tell the truth.

The fact that he has not released the investigation or apologized to the agents is utterly shameful.

Mayorkas later added, “I know the policies of this administration are not particularly popular with US Customs and Border Protection, but that’s the reality and let’s see what we can do within that framework.”

They are not popular because they are illegal, period, and these agents know it.

Newsmax also covered this report…

Do you think we will start to lose border agents as this administration continues to ignore our immigration laws?

Tell us what you think in the comments section below.

Source: New York Post


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