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Unique: Five Republican senators demanded Friday that former US Border Patrol chief Rodney Scott be allowed to testify before Congress in connection with a letter slamming the Biden administration for the border crisis.

Sense. Ron Johnson, R-Wisk., James Lankford, R-Ok., Rand Paul, R-Ky., Josh Hawley, R-Mo., and Rick Scott, R-Fla., urged Sen. Gary Peters, D. —Mitch., chairman of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, and ranking member Sen. Rob Portman, D-Ohio, to hear from Scott, who retired in June after 30 years at the Border Patrol when the Biden administration forced him out did.


“On Monday, we received a copy of a letter that Rodney Scott, the former head of the US Border Patrol, sent to the two of you as well as Senate Majority Leader Schumer and Minority Leader McConnell,” the senators wrote. “This letter, which was dated thirteen days ago, is a scathing first account of the failure of this administration to address the crisis at the border.”

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The letter noted how Scott, in his September 11 message, alleged that the Biden administration’s team at the Department of Homeland Security was trying to “accelerate the flow of migrants into the US and reduce the critical vulnerability it poses to terrorists.” The laser is focused on drug traffickers, human traffickers and even hostile nations to gain access to our homeland.”

Scott also said he saw “a lack of any meaningful effort to secure our borders. Contrary to current rhetoric, this is not just another illegal immigration escalation. It is a national security threat.”

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Senators attached his five-page letter explaining that Scott is set to testify under oath about what he saw along the border.

“Given Tuesday’s hearing of this Committee on Threats to the Motherland, we respectfully request that you allow Mr. Scott to testify before this Committee to ensure the completeness of the record on this important subject.” He added.

In his letter to the Senate leadership, which was actually delivered on September 16, Scott warned that the Border Patrol was losing police capability. southern border in the midst of an unprecedented surge in illegal immigration.

Scott wrote in part that he is “sick of the avoidable and rapid disruption of the most effective border security in the history of our nation.” He blamed the deteriorating conditions on inexperienced political appointees who allegedly ignore the advice of seasoned professionals and provide wrong information to the Congress.

“In my professional assessment, US Border Control is rapidly losing situational awareness of knowing who or what is entering our homeland,” warned Scott. “USBP’s ability to detect and deter people who want to avoid apprehension is being eroded daily.”