The Senate bipartisan border deal continues to attract scrutiny and outrage from Republicans. Representative Cory Mills (R-FL) sat down with The Floridian to offer insight on the monetary aspects of the bill, specifically how American taxpayer dollars will find their way back to the cartels.
Additionally, Rep. Mills noted that much of the border deal's leaked text beforehand remained the same in the official release, such as the 5,000 per day cap described in the bill's 212th page.
"It is very clear that, in order to even get Secretary [of Homeland Security Alejandro] Mayorkas to enact any emergency procedures, you have to have, as I noted, 5,000 per day. So one: you are going to flood the ports, but two, you are talking about 1.82 million people [per year]. That is the entire population of West Virginia," Rep. Mills said.