Ending a Humanitarian and Criminal Crisis on Our Border
On the House Floor yesterday, I highlighted how our federal government’s unwillingness to control our border has created a humanitarian crisis and funded the criminal activities of cartels.

Our border security debate should ask not just how this issue affects our own nation but also how our national policy affects those beyond our borders. Our lack of border security allows cartels to amass profits of tens of billions of dollars each year smuggling drugs and humans into our country, funding criminal activities that endanger migrants and make positive change so difficult in Mexico and developing nations throughout Central America.

See a video of the speech here:

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