State Sen. Julian Bradley
Press Release

Senator Bradley: What changed on the border, Governor Evers?

 

By - Jul 8th, 2021 02:05 pm

MADISON, Wis. — State Senator Julian Bradley, R-Franklin, released the following statement Thursday after the Wisconsin National Guard announced that Governor Evers is sending about 125 soldiers to the southern border on yearlong orders from President Biden:

“In 2019, Governor Evers pulled Wisconsin’s National Guard troops from the southern border. Now, at President Biden’s direction, he’s sending them back on yearlong orders. The unbelievable length of time shows that President Biden and Evers have no plans to solve the border crisis and the influx of criminals and drugs into America.

“The governor didn’t think the border was a national security problem in 2019 or 2020. But it’s clear the situation is much worse now, and illegal immigration is even more out of control. Now we must ask both Governor Evers and President Biden, ‘What changed?'”

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One thought on “Senator Bradley: What changed on the border, Governor Evers?”

  1. weitenma83 says:

    This guy really is stupid. What has changed is that the situation in all central American countries has gotten worse, forcing those people to become more desperate and more of tehm to flee northward. I guess he equates all immigrants with criminals, which technically those crossing illegally are. The drug situation hasn’t changed and sending the National guard will do little to stem that flow. Walls don’t stop tunnels or airplane flights or smuggling via freight trains and trucks that are not completely examined.

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