‘Every State Is A Border State’

(Patriot.Buzz) – Underscoring that the Biden administration policies are causing alarming attacks among Americans, Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp strongly criticized Joe Biden over the death of a student.

Kemp expressed his frustration with Biden since he has not contacted him regarding the murder of the 22-year-old Augusta University nursing student, Laken Riley. Riley was discovered dead near a lake on the University of Georgia (UGA) campus after going missing.

“I, along with a lot of other people, [have] been making [a point] now that every state is a border state. I mean, we are beyond frustrated,” Kemp said. He reflected on the actions taken by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to secure his state’s border and added:

“When you look at what Greg Abbott’s done. He’s having to secure his own border at the state. I mean, the Democrats are mad at him for doing that, but he’s, you know, had his last straw, [and] the people of Texas have.”

According to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) statement, the suspected killer is an alien named Jose Antonio Ibarra, who reportedly entered the U.S. illegally in 2022.

Kemp visited the southern border alongside Republican governors and emphasized that himself and others have discussed the ongoing issue with Biden for more than two years. He also expressed frustration over the situation and said that the United States has now millions of people like Ibarra coming to the country.

He also added that these aliens come to America, commit crimes and no one notices. Likewise, he questioned why such individuals were not promptly deported to their countries instead of letting them into America to break the law.

Highlighting the federal nature of the issue Kemp urged Biden to take definite actions and dismissed the blame on congressional inaction. He also emphasized the readiness of Republican governors to assist and deploy National Guard resources for border security to prevent similar incidents.

Regarding Ibarra, Kemp assured that he would face justice within the state’s legal system. “This individual’s not going anywhere, I can assure you that. He’s locked up right now. There is no bail and he will be tried here in our state,” Kemp added.