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Barry Moore releases statement after girl was raped in Enterprise

Congressman Barry Moore (R-Enterprise) released a statement after a young girl in his hometown of Enterprise, Alabama, was allegedly a victim of first-degree rape. Authorities say that the girl's assailant was reportedly a migrant who is in the country illegally.

"My prayers are with this young girl and her family," said Rep. Moore. "Thanks to Biden's reprehensible open border policies, every town is a border town, including mine," said Moore. "Biden undid every single one of President Trump's border security initiatives with the stroke of a pen, and he could bring them back today and protect American families if he wanted to. Biden also could have helped pass H.R.2, the strongest border bill in history, that passed the House a year ago and still awaits a vote in the Senate. Instead, he has chosen to do nothing as eight million illegals, including 617,000 with a criminal record, pour across our southern border. The blood and the broken hearts of these tragedies are on Biden's hands."

The victim was a 14-year-old girl who court documents describe as "physically helpless or mentally incapacitated."

Pablo Mendoza, age 23, was arrested on Monday for the crime. He is currently being held without bond in the Coffee County Jail pending a hearing.

Mendoza will be deported after his case in Alabama is concluded.

Barry Moore is serving in his second term in the U.S. House of Representatives.


Reader Comments(1)

RCM writes:

Deport my butt put him in a maximin prison and put him in general pop then after 5 years deport him.