The ongoing influx of migrants on the U.S. southern border is rising so dire that left-wing NCS had no alternative however to name out the Biden administration for denying them access to what many consider to be a disaster of their very own doing.
NCS’s Pamela Brown examined the migrant surge and overwhelmed Border Patrol services in a phase over the weekend, telling viewers that “as the situation at the US-Mexico border gets worse, the media is being kept from it.”
TV commentator Tom Borelli famous the community’s obvious shift in tone on Twitter, writing Sunday, “So @JoeBiden border crisis is so bad even NCS is criticizing his effort to hide the crisis from the media.”
Award-winning photojournalist John Moore took to Twitter to lament the shortage of transparency as a surge of migrants attempting to enter the nation has put a pressure on assets.
“I respectfully ask US Customs and Border Protection to stop blocking media access to their border operations,” Moore tweeted Friday. “I have photographed CBP under Bush, Obama and Trump but now – zero access is granted to media. These long lens images taken from the Mexican side.”
White House press secretary Jen Psaki has been repeatedly questioned about media access to Border Patrol services.
Psaki was requested earlier in March about experiences that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) brokers have been “frustrated” they couldn’t reply questions on what’s occurring at these services or convey reporters inside.
Customs and Border Protection officers advised the Washington Examiner that Biden Homeland Security officers had “muzzled” spokespersons and prime brokers to stop them from talking with the press.
“I certainly wouldn’t characterize it that way,” Psaki stated. “But if our policy is keeping people quiet, we are not successful, and it is not our policy to prevent people from talking.” She pointed reporters to DHS for the logistics of press access.
Fox News’ Evie Fordham contributed to this report.