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Ron DeSantis vows to use DEADLY FORCE to stop migrants entering the U.S.

Ron DeSantis traveled to the southern border on Monday to unveil his plan to tackle the migration crisis by allowing the use of deadly force.The gover

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Ron DeSantis traveled to the southern border on Monday to unveil his plan to tackle the migration crisis by allowing the use of deadly force.

The governor and presidential candidate said that the best way to deter cartels is by taking down coyotes and smugglers and making it clear they will be met with force from border enforcement if they break U.S. laws.

‘If you drop a couple of these cartel operatives, they’ll stop coming,’ DeSantis said at a press conference in front of the Rio Grande River in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday.

DeSantis has repeatedly taken aim at former President Donald Trump for failing to deliver on promises he made while campaigning when he got into office – like constructing a wall along the entire southern border.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited the southern border in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday for a campaign stop where he unveiled his plan to tackle the migration crisis

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited the southern border in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday for a campaign stop where he unveiled his plan to tackle the migration crisis

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis visited the southern border in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday for a campaign stop where he unveiled his plan to tackle the migration crisis

Speaking to a crowd in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday, DeSantis vowed to change the rules of engagement when dealing with cartels and smugglers ¿ saying force and mass deportations would go into use

Speaking to a crowd in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday, DeSantis vowed to change the rules of engagement when dealing with cartels and smugglers ¿ saying force and mass deportations would go into use

Speaking to a crowd in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday, DeSantis vowed to change the rules of engagement when dealing with cartels and smugglers – saying force and mass deportations would go into use

‘I was in Arizona the other day, and you know, you have like walls and it just kind of stops,’ DeSantis detailed during a campaign stop at the border in Texas. ‘The guy from the cartel just kind of hangs out where it stops and he motions for people to go over.’

‘So having just one piece, I mean, – you got to finish the job, and there’s a lot more you got to do on that,’ the Florida governor insisted.

DeSantis’ trip on Monday was the second time he has visited the southern border since he announced his presidential campaign just one month ago, which highlights the importance the governor is placing on the migration crisis.

Speaking to reporters at a popular crossing point in Eagle Pass, Texas on Monday, DeSantis said that as president he would on day one reverse all executive orders implemented by President Joe Biden that allowed migrants to overrun the southern border.

‘We’ll have a new sheriff in town on January 20, 2025,’ he told Fox News.

Under President Joe Biden’s leadership, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has encountered approximately 5.5 million migrants crossing the southern border. Border hawks argue that the end of pandemic-era expulsion policy Title 42 last month has not helped alleviate an overworked agency dealing with an overrun border. 

DeSantis said that as president he would implement a more forceful directive from the Department of Homeland Security to allow border enforcement agents to deter cartels from smuggling humans and drugs over from Mexico into the U.S.

‘Even in places where there were really serious steel beams and everything, these guys in the cartels, they can cut through the really fortified steel beams,’ DeSantis said to a crowd of Texans on Monday. ‘I’m just thinking to myself, you spend all this money on that and you just let them cut through with impunity and do it. And so, you know, I think you need adequate rules of engagement.’ 

DeSantis says that former President Donald Trump has not delivered on his promises to address the southern border crisis

DeSantis says that former President Donald Trump has not delivered on his promises to address the southern border crisis

DeSantis says that former President Donald Trump has not delivered on his promises to address the southern border crisis

A U.S. Border Patrol boat surveys that waters of the Rio Grande River during DeSantis' visit to the rea Monday touting his immigration policies

A U.S. Border Patrol boat surveys that waters of the Rio Grande River during DeSantis' visit to the rea Monday touting his immigration policies

A U.S. Border Patrol boat surveys that waters of the Rio Grande River during DeSantis’ visit to the rea Monday touting his immigration policies 

‘If someone was breaking into your house, you would repel them with the use of force, right?’ the candidate questioned. ‘Yet if they have drugs, these backpacks, and they’re going in and they’re cutting through an enforced structure, we just supposed to let them in.’

‘I say use force to repel them. If you do that one time. They will never do it again,’ DeSantis assured to cheers.

Along with using force and completing the wall, DeSantis laid out this week several other initiatives he plans to implement at the border if he becomes president.

One of the most controversial plans would be mass deportations of illegal and undocumented immigrants currently living in the United States.

DeSantis also wants to end so-called ‘catch and release’ strategies, which has allowed thousands of migrants to disappear into the country.

The presidential candidate agrees with Trump that birthright citizenship needs to end – meaning that just because someone is born in the U.S. doesn’t mean that are automatically a citizen. DeSantis says birthright citizenship is something that Trump has promised to end, but failed to do so in four years as president.

DeSantis said Monday that he would reverse all executive orders implemented by President Joe Biden that allowed mass migration and a breakdown of the U.S. immigration system

DeSantis said Monday that he would reverse all executive orders implemented by President Joe Biden that allowed mass migration and a breakdown of the U.S. immigration system

DeSantis said Monday that he would reverse all executive orders implemented by President Joe Biden that allowed mass migration and a breakdown of the U.S. immigration system

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