Border crisis can be fixed, but Democrats 'do not want to' do it: Rep. Crenshaw
Democrats do not want to fix the border crisis: Rep. Dan Crenshaw
Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw discusses solutions to the southern border crisis, including policy reform, on ‘Varney & Co.’
During an interview on "Varney & Co.," Wednesday, Texas Rep. Dan Crenshaw slams Democrats for their mishandling of the border crisis, saying it's a policy problem that gets "abused consistently."
REP. DAN CRENSHAW: The simple answer is because Democrats don't want it to change. Right. First of all, they don't have a philosophical opposition to open borders fundamentally. They think they can make electoral gains with more illegal immigrants in the country. I don't think they're right about that. But that's what they think. And look, they just don't care. This isn't even a money problem, a spending problem. It's a policy problem. It's an enforcement problem. And Congress needs to do its part and get some very strict changes done to especially our asylum laws so that these aren't abused consistently.