Governors Have to Act to Get Attention Because ‘Complicit and Corrupt Media’ Has Ignored Border

Speaking on Fox News Radio’s “Brian Kilmeade Show” aired Wednesday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) praised the governors. Ron DeSantis (R-FL), Greg Abbott (R-TX) and Doug Ducey (R-AZ) for transporting migrants to some Democrat-run areas and said the root cause of the problem at the border is the Biden administration . but also blamed “the complicit and corrupt media for covering this up” and forced governors to take action to draw attention to the issue.

Johnson said: “I think it’s brilliant. These governors have sent some immigrants to some sanctuary cities, these Democrat strongholds, all claiming that they want to coexist and be welcoming, and they freak out. You can’t handle it. Well, how do governors deal with 7,000 people a day? How does CBP deal with this? It’s what opens the aisles for deadly drugs that overdosed 107,000 people in the past year. So it’s a crisis. I blame the Biden administration. That’s the root cause, but also the media, the complicit and corrupt media, that covered this up and really demanded of these governors to do something to highlight the issue so maybe, maybe the government would take this seriously. But you know, Brian, they won’t even admit it’s a problem. They say it’s a challenge.”

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