Border Patrol Slams Jean-Pierre’s ‘Ignorant’ Claim About Illegals

Border Patrol Slams Jean-Pierre’s ‘Ignorant’ Claim About Illegals

August 31, 2022

Border Patrol agents are blasting White House Press Propagandist Karine Jean-Pierre‘s claim that illegal immigrants aren’t just “walking across” the southern border.

“How out of touch can this administration possibly be?” one agent told Fox News. “Well, I guess this is a new level.”

Jean-Pierre was asked on Monday why migrants are allowed to illegally enter the U.S. without being vaccinated for COVID-19, but an unvaccinated foreign national traveling on a plane is not.

“But that’s not how it works,” Jean-Pierre said.

“That’s what’s happening,” the reporter said. “I know that’s not what you guys want to happen. But that is what is happening.”

“But that’s not — it’s not like somebody walks over,” Jean-Pierre responded. “It is not that simple. It’s not just that people are walking across the border. We have a plan in place.”

Agents were stunned by the remarks. “There’s only two reasons she said that, and that is either she is extremely dumb or she is flat out lying and hopes America is so stupid we would believe her,” one agent told Fox News Digital. “18 USC 1001 says it is a Federal Crime to knowingly make false statements to the U.S. Government. Too bad the government is not held to the same standard as the citizenry and that is assuming [Jean-Pierre] is not dumb but just a liar.”

“She is absolutely ignorant to the reality of all the documented footage or just continuing [Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro] Mayorkas‘ delusional lie!” another agent said. “This administration must believe that the American people are fools, like their mainstream media comrades!”

“Wow,” another said. “It amazes me how so many totally ignorant people are high in government.”

“Has [Jean-Pierre] EVER visited the actual border to see for herself what is happening? Nope,” an agent said.

There have so far been more than two million migrant encounters this fiscal year, exceeding the record-setting 1.7 million hit in fiscal year 2021.

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