WATCH: Jen Psaki Dodges Question About Recent Border Incident Involving Little Girls
Most of you probably saw the horrifying video of the Mexican smugglers dropping two little girls ages 5 and 3 from about 15 feet up along the border wall.
This is the reality of what is happening at our border and if you noticed, this was the old wall that needed to be replaced.
Thankfully, the two little girls were okay and didn’t suffer any severe injuries.
“I was really horrified and appalled and worried when I first saw the images come through from my staff,” El Paso Sector Chief Patrol Agent Gloria Chavez told host Neil Cavuto.
“When I saw that first child dropped to the ground and then not see her move for a few seconds, I honestly thought this child just probably hit her head and is unconscious. And then I see the second child and immediately DHS, obviously, within a few minutes responded to that area to rescue them.”
“When I visited with these little girls, they were so loving and so talkative, some of them were asking the names of all the agents that were there around them, and they even said they were a little hungry,” Chavez recalled. “So I helped them peel a banana and open a juice box and just talked to them. You know, children are just so resilient and I’m so grateful that they’re not severely injured or [have] broken limbs or anything like that.”
However, the Biden administration doesn’t want to talk about that and that is evident based on the way that White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki dodged a question from Fox News reporter Peter Doocy about the incident.
Doocy asked, “And then, on immigration, has the White House considered beefing up border security now that there is video of a three-year-old and a five-year-old being thrown over the wall in New Mexico?”
Fox's Peter Doocy repeatedly presses Jen Psaki about what the administration will do on border security in light of the horrifying video of toddlers being tossed over a wall and left in the desert by smugglers.
Psaki declines to say they'll do more, just smugglers are bad. pic.twitter.com/VpfZ3bQQmW
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) April 1, 2021
She was slick enough to get aware with steering the question away by asking him what he was more concerned about, when he was really asking what they would do to prevent that from happening again.