- Border surge under Biden is a deadly crisis
- “Five little baby girls, all by themselves, hungry crying. One didn’t have any clothes on,” the farmer said.
A Texas farmer found five young girls from Honduras and Guatemala on his property Sunday after their families sent them across the U.S. Border alone.
Ranging from ages 11 months to seven years old, the girls were dehydrated, hungry, and crying when the man came upon them.
The farmer, 75-year-old Jimmy Hobbs of Quemado, Texas, said if he didn’t find the girls when he did, they probably would have died.
In fact, Hobbs estimates thousands of border crossers will die this summer from heat exhaustion and dehydration if the current surge of illegals continues.
US Rep. Tony Gonzalez (R-Texas) posted an interview with Hobbs on Sunday along with photos of the girls.
“I was just driving along and all of a sudden I see them there right beside the bank right here on the river. Five little baby girls all by themselves, hungry, crying, one didn’t have any clothes on and wasn’t old enough to walk,” Hobbs told Gonzales.
As Hobbs waited for a backed-up Border Patrol to respond to his call, the farmer had the wife of one of his workers tend to the children.
“I don’t think they would have made it if I hadn’t found them,” Hobbs added.
Hobbs’ wife Katie said, “If this doesn’t make you mad and make you want to take to the streets, I don’t know what will. They have no mother, no father, no nothing. This is one of our workers’ wives right here taking care of this tiny one. No one with these children.”
“It needs to stop right now,” Katie continued. “There’s going to be thousands. This is just five miles of the Rio Grande. That’s a huge border, this is happening all up and down it. It can’t go on. It’s going to be too hot. There are going to be a lot of deaths, a lot of suffering this summer.”
The tragic situation taking place at America’s southern border is a glaring example of left-wing hypocrisy as the people who criticized Trump’s immigration policies totally ignore what’s happening under Biden.