Gov. Ron DeSantis of Florida, who is running for president as a Republican in 2024, has told Americans what they can expect from his border policy. Before making his big news about how he plans to end President Biden's border crisis and build the wall, DeSantis has given the public a taste of what's to come.
DeSantis Drops Video Comparing Stark Contrast of His Border Crisis Resolutions Compared to Trump's
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) June 26, 2023
The movie shows a big difference between DeSantis and his rivals in 2024, like former President Trump. Unlike Trump, DeSantis says he will do what he says he will do to protect the border, stop the flow of illegal immigrants, and stop the drug cartels. He goes so far as to say that "no excuses" will be taken.
We will secure the border.
We will stop the cartels.
We will build the wall.
We will stop the invasion.
— DeSantis War Room 🐊 (@DeSantisWarRoom) June 25, 2023
Even though Trump isn't addressed in the video, the DeSantis War Room has shown how the former President didn't do what he said he would do. Under Biden's leadership, the problem of dangerous criminals and dangerous drugs "pouring into the country" has gotten worse, and Trump has not done enough to fix it.
The video says that the situation at the border is a "complete disaster," and it's getting worse every year. People in the audience are told that every day, a high number of people on the terror watch list are arrested and large amounts of fentanyl are seized, which is a big risk to national security and public health.
As Governor of Florida, DeSantis has already signed the toughest law in the US against illegal immigrants. This law makes E-Verify a requirement for all Florida employers with more than 25 workers. He has also taken away the licenses of any Florida business that hires illegal immigrants.
DeSantis has moved quickly to stop people from coming to Florida illegally. He signed an order that told state police and the National Guard to work together to stop more than 10,000 refugees from getting to Florida. He also got $24 million to send illegal immigrants to Martha's Vineyard and other towns run by liberals. This brought the effects of Biden's open-border policies right to the door of Democrat leaders.
Republicans have been talking about the border issue for years, and DeSantis is eager to bring it to a close. He has said, "We're going to shut down the border and build the wall."
DeSantis will talk about how he plans to keep the border safe next Monday in Eagle Pass, Texas. Since 2021, this area has seen a lot of illegal immigrants. Because of this, it is the perfect place for the governor to announce his first official policy.
With his strong stance against illegal immigration and commitment to securing the border, DeSantis is already looking like a good option to the current administration's bad leadership.