Another Biden BLUNDER, Guess Who Uncovered It at the Border

Georgia’s Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene stirred up controversy when she raised the issue of an alleged explosive device found at the U.S.-Mexico border during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing in Texas.

The hearing was boycotted by Democratic members who refused to attend. Greene questioned U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz about the alleged explosive discovered by Border Patrol agents on January 17th in an area called No Man’s Land.

Ortiz declined to provide details, citing classified information. Despite this, Greene insisted that the public had a right to know about potential dangers faced by Border Patrol agents.

Greene expressed her support for declaring war on cartels, whom she views as a significant threat to the United States and its Border Patrol agents. She criticized the Democrats for boycotting the hearing and shared a photo of the alleged explosive on her Twitter account.

However, Fox News National Correspondent Bill Melugin disputed Greene’s claims, citing a high-level Customs and Border Protection source who stated the alleged explosive was a fake and contained dirt.

Regardless of the conflicting reports, the incident underscores concerns about border security and the Biden administration’s approach to the issue.