Biden Regime to Punish Border Patrol Agents in Horseback Incident Involving Haitian Illegals Two Months After They Were Cleared of Charges

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By Jim Hoft
Published June 14, 2022 at 10:43 pm  677 Comments


The Biden regime is going to punish the Border Patrol agents involved in the “whipping” incident with the Haitian illegals entering the US two months after these same agents were cleared of wrongdoing.

The anti-American Marxists never forgive or forget.

Back in April, it was reported that the border agents who were accused of ‘whipping’ Haitian migrants last year have been completely cleared of all charges.

At the time of the incident back in September 2021, Democrats and leftists in the media spread the fake claims in order to distract from the unfolding crisis on the border.

Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, told the outlet, “They determined there was no criminal activity that was done, so they closed out their investigation.”

The photographer who captured the actions in question said in an interview that he never saw the agents whip anyone.

“I’ve never seen them whip anyone,” photographer Paul Ratje said. “He was swinging it, but it can be misconstrued when you’re looking at the picture.”

But now these Border Patrol agents will be punished for the alleged words they used when they were blocking the illegal aliens from entering the US.

The Washington Examiner reported:

The Border Patrol is preparing to discipline agents whom Biden administration officials accused of “whipping” Haitian migrants while on horseback in Del Rio, Texas, last September, the Washington Examiner has learned.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the federal agency that investigated the incident, will accuse the horse patrol agents of “administrative violations,” according to a senior agency official who confirmed an earlier report from Fox News.

CBP initiated an investigation after images of the altercation were seized on by Democrats and provoked national outrage. The migrants were attempting to cross the border illegally.

The Department of Homeland Security’s Office of the Inspector General declined to investigate, indicating that it had not found any criminal actions were taken by the agents, kicking it back down to CBP investigators. Nearly nine months later, CBP has yet to release the results of its in-house investigation, and the employees involved remain on desk duty.

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