The Biden administration doesn’t want Americans to see how badly immigrant children are being treated at its newly opened child detention camps. When U.S. Senator Ted Cruz inspected one of these camps, a newly appointed Biden official tried to block him from recording video to share with the American people.
“Please respect the people,” she said as she stood between the U.S. Senator and the plastic walled detention bubble that housed dozens of children sleeping on the floor in Mylar wrapped blankets. “This is not a zoo.”
A senior advisor hired two weeks ago as a political patronage appointment by the Democrat party and the Biden Administration sought to put herself between Cruz and his camera. She claimed it was to protect the children, however, Democrats were not interested in protecting the children when they published commercials of children in “cages” during the 2020 campaign cycle.
“The rules are arbitrary and meant to keep the American people in the dark,” Cruz said as the woman violated his six foot social distancing. “I ask you to respect the people as well, this is not respect.”
Biden later criticized the lengths the Biden administration has gone to create a visual and media blackout of the Border Crisis.
“How far is Joe Biden going to stop the American people from seeing inside the Donna CBP facility?” Cruz asked. “Biden sent a political operative from DC to block our cameras and even threatened another senator to obstruct legitimate congressional oversight.”