Marsha Blackburn criticizes liberal leaders: they ‘raised their hands’ to be havens

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sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., called on Democratic leaders about the influx of migrants and said they “raised their hands” to become refuges as busloads of illegal immigrants arrive from Texas. Blackburn joined “The Faulkner Focus” to discuss Democrats’ response as several cities are flooded.

WHILE TEXAS SENDS THOUSANDS OF MIGRANTS TO HOLY CITIES, LIBERAL MAYORS GET TO RESPOND

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MARSHA BLACKBURN: These cities like Chicago and New York and DC where the mayors are complaining, these are the mayors who raised their hands and said we wanted to be a refuge, and they did that early on. El Paso did not. Other border towns did not. So when they send these migrants, the migrants want to go to these sanctuary cities, these big blue cities. They feel like they’re welcome there, so if these mayors want to change what’s happening, maybe they should review their policies, and maybe they should call President Biden and say, please to secure that southern border. We cannot handle this influx.

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WATCH THE INTERVIEW OF “THE FAULKNER FOCUS” BELOW: