Furious Border Patrol Chief Unleashes On Biden

The leader of the union representing Border Patrol agents nationwide unleashed a scathing rebuke on President Biden during a press conference on Thursday. Brandon Judd, President of the National Border Patrol Council (NBPC), expressed the frustration of agents, stating they were “mad as hell” and “p—-d” about Biden’s policies contributing to the border crisis.

Appearing alongside former President Donald Trump in Eagle Pass, Texas, Judd criticized Biden’s decision to hold an event in less-affected Brownsville, Texas, rather than addressing the crisis directly in more heavily impacted areas like Eagle Pass.

Judd emphasized how Trump’s visit allowed him to witness the effectiveness of his policies compared to those of the Biden administration. He highlighted the urgency of implementing policies that prioritize protecting human life, American citizens, and curbing illegal border crossings.

Expressing gratitude towards Governor Abbott and Trump for their efforts, Judd underscored the need for strong leadership to address the border crisis effectively.

The NBCP issued a stern warning to Biden earlier in the day, urging him to refrain from mentioning the organization’s name. This warning came hours before Biden’s scheduled meeting at the border to discuss the Senate border bill.

Fox News Digital has reached out to the White House for comment on these developments.