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Biden Bureaucrat Tried To Block Ted Cruz From Filming At Border Facility (VIDEO)

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When Ted Cruz visited the border this past weekend, one of Joe Biden’s operatives tried to block him from taking pictures or video.

She actually positioned herself between Cruz and the holding area where people are kept.

The crazy thing is that she urged Cruz to let the people have dignity. Does she think they have dignity lying on top of each other in this facility?

Townhall reports:

WATCH: Biden Bureaucrat Tells Cruz to ‘Respect the People’ and Not Film Border Patrol Facilities

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) on Sunday released a video he captured in the Donna Border Patrol facility, where thousands of unaccompanied minors are being housed. As he attempted to film the deplorable conditions the children are living in, a bureaucrat from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) repeatedly blocked Cruz’s camera.

“Please give dignity to the people, please give dignity to the people,” she said.

“You’ve been instructed to ask us not to take pictures here because the political leadership at DHS does not want the American people to know it,” Cruz replied, panning the camera to show kids in mylar blankets on the concrete floor. “You keep standing in front of the pictures so you don’t want the pictures taken. The rules are arbitrary and they’re designed to keep the American people in the dark.”

The senator pointed out that there is no “dignity and respect” when unaccompanied minors are sleeping on the floor in crowded Border Patrol stations in the middle of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic.

“There is a pandemic. There is a pandemic,” he said. “Is this respecting the rights of these kids? Are you respecting the rights of these kids?”

See the video below:

Biden and his people are blocking the press from seeing inside these facilities as well.

There’s no transparency.

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