The border crisis created in the southern United States by the open border policies of the Democrats and President Biden is a tale of tragedy for people opting for the deceptive possibility of easy entry into the country.
In this case, it is the plight of five girls, ages one to seven, one of them naked, in the scorching sun and nearly 103 degrees, found by a farmer in Quemado, Maverick County, Texas, Sara Carter reported on May 11.
Political commentator Breanna Morello contributed a tweet and photos of the little girls, who were luckier than those who are trafficked and sexually exploited or die in the attempt to enter the U.S. illegally.
“These 5 little girls were abandoned on a Texas farmer’s land. They were hungry and crying after their families leave them to try to enter the country alone. Fortunately, a Texas rancher found them.”
“Where is the outrage?” concluded @breannamorello in her message.
These 5 girls were abandoned on the land of a Texas farmer.
They were hungry and crying after being left by their families to try to get into the country alone.
Luckily a Texas rancher found them.
Where’s the outrage?! pic.twitter.com/YaS7EEM98X
— Breanna Morello 🇺🇸 (@breannamorello) May 11, 2021
Also, a video posted by Republican Rep. Tony Gonzales, in which he interviews the farmer who helped the girls, recounts the story’s details.
“Last night I shared a heartbreaking photo of young children found by a farmer on his land in Quemado. While we thank God they were found alive, these tragic scenes are happening more and more,” Gonzalez wrote.
He added: “I visited him today and talked about the border crisis. We need a solution now.”
Last night I shared a heartbreaking photo of young children found by a farmer on his land in Quemado. While we thank God they were found alive, these tragic scenes are happening more & more.
Today I visited with him & talked about the border crisis. We need a solution now. pic.twitter.com/Zzvk4UgAGc
— Tony Gonzales (@TonyGonzales4TX) May 10, 2021
After hydrating and feeding them, the citizen called the Border Patrol, emphasizing that the crossing would have been impossible for them alone: “I don’t think they would have made it if I hadn’t found them,” he said.
Subsequently, U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported that they complied with the farmer’s request and took charge of the situation.
It isn’t easy to reconstruct the girls’ story, but the agency determined that three were from Honduras and the other two from Guatemala.
“The agent responded quickly and located the five girls: three Honduran girls, ages 7, 3 and 2, and two Guatemalan girls, ages 5 and 11 months,” the statement said.
It added: “The girls did not require medical attention and were transported to the Uvalde station for processing pending transfer to Health and Human Services custody.”
The consequences of the border crisis have proven to be devastating for the country and for illegal immigrants exploited by smugglers and so-called coyotes who charge them to drive them through the crossing.
Forty-nine days ago, the Vice President, Kamala Harris, was charged with providing solutions to control the disaster at the border affecting the entire country.
However, since then, she has only announced that she will work with Central American countries to reduce the influx of immigrants.
According to some analysts who also consider that “it will cost Harris important political capital and hurt any future plans to run for president,” this lack of attention to the border is due to her political agenda,” according to Fox News.