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Tuberville says that President Biden of being responsible for the deaths of Americans killed by migrants

On Thursday, before the State of the Union, U.S. Senator Tommy Tuberville (R-Alabama) took to the Senate floor to give a speech blasting President Joseph R. Biden (D) for refusing to enforce immigration laws and deliberately creating a crisis at the border. Sen. Tuberville called on the President to mention the many victims who have been brutally murdered by illegal immigrants during his speech.

Tuberville asked his colleagues and the public if, "You're eager to hear about Joe Biden's solution to the historic border crisis, one which he created, by the way, that has crushed our rural hospitals, our schools, and other public resources."

The President has touted the strength of the economy and repeatedly declared that "Bidenomics" has been a great success.

"This is a lie," claimed Tuberville. "Grocery prices are up 21%. Gas prices are up 32%. Inflation is up 18%. Credit card debt for the average American is at an all-time high."

Tuberville also hit Biden on crime.

"Cities across the country are experiencing surges of homicides, muggings, and carjackings. New York City just deployed the National Guard to combat subway crime," said Tuberville. "Let me read that one more time – New York City just deployed the National Guard to combat subway crime. Never thought I'd see it."

"Washington, DC, our nation's capital, saw last year its deadliest year in more than two decades," continued Tuberville.

Tuberville also mentioned the runaway deficit spending.

"We are $34 trillion in debt and borrowing an additional $80 thousand per second," said Tuberville. "We are increasing the debt at a rate of $2.5 trillion per year."

Tuberville said that there is nothing to show for the unprecedented deficit spending.

"We should have fast trains across the country," Tuberville stated. "Our airports should be immaculate. We have nothing to show for our $34 trillion debt."

"The President of the United States will claim he cannot secure the nation's border at the end of the night," Tuberville said. "He thinks that Americans are either too stupid to see what's going on here or he might think they just don't care, but I think they do. He's wrong on both counts."

"This past weekend, 27-year-old Washington State Patrol Trooper Christopher Gadd was killed by an illegal alien," Tuberville said. "Raul Benitez Santana, a Mexican citizen, drunk and high behind the wheel, crashed his car into Trooper Gadd, and killed him. Trooper Gadd was a husband, a father, a brother, and a son. Benitez Santana has been arrested multiple times before, since he's been in the United States illegally over the last 10 years. And this man lay dead today because of that. He's been charged several times for driving with a suspended license, in addition to possession of marijuana and domestic abuse. He should have been deported long ago. But he wasn't. Now Trooper Gadd is dead."

"The Laken Riley Act would mandate detention for illegal aliens charged with crimes as small as shoplifting," said Tuberville. "That is exactly what Laken Riley's killer had been arrested for previously. By the way, he had also been arrested for endangering a minor before he was charged with Laken Riley's murder. This bill today that was voted on in the house –170 Democrats voted against this bill. The blame for the state of this country rests solely with President Biden. He's the boss, he's the leader. Period."

"We've lost a lot of people because of his decisions he's made at the border," stated Tuberville.

Since joining the Senate, Tommy Tuberville has made border security a top priority. He supports policies that strengthen our border and national security like building the wall and reinstating the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the Remain in Mexico policy.

Following the death of 22-year-old nursing student Laken Riley, Coach Tuberville delivered a floor speech last week urging Democrats to take action to prevent other Americans from being murdered at the hands of illegal aliens.

Tuberville represents Alabama in the United States Senate and is a member of the Senate Armed Services, Agriculture, Veterans' Affairs, and HELP Committees.

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