Illegal Alien Who Entered U.S. Under Biden Arrested For Sexual Assault On Young Girl

 A man who was arrested in Virginia last week for alleged sexual crimes against a child is an illegal alien, authorities say.

The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office arrested 32-year-old Renzo Mendoza Montes on multiple felony charges for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor.

Law enforcement officials said that Montes is a Venezuelan national who illegally entered the country in September of last year, according to ABC 13 News.

He was released into the U.S. because of President Joe Biden’s immigration policies.

Montes was being held without bond but is now reportedly in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials.

Virginia Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin responded to the story late on Monday night by calling for justice in the case.

“We pray for the victim tonight and thank the Campbell County Sheriff’s Department,” Youngkin said. “Let’s be clear, prosecution must be to the fullest extent of the law.”

The news comes as President Joe Biden will finally visit the U.S. border this week, on the same day that former President Donald Trump is going, to talk to local officials about the crisis that he created that has resulted in more than 7 million illegal aliens flooding into the U.S.The illegal immigration crisis that Biden caused has become a serious threat to Biden’s re-election as polling has shown that the overwhelming majority of Americans disapprove of what is happening at the border, and they blame Biden for it.

The Trump campaign said in a statement that it was a “last-minute, insincere attempt to chase President Trump to the border.”

“Crooked Joe Biden has had three years to visit the border and fix the crisis he created,” said Karoline Leavitt, a Trump spokeswoman. “Now Biden’s handlers are sending him there on the same day as President Trump’s publicly reported trip, not because they actually want to solve the problem, but because they know Biden is losing terribly.”

Biden will reportedly attempt to blame House Republicans for the crisis even though the situation was largely just as bad during his first two years in office when Democrats controlled the entire federal government.

A White House official told POLITICO that Biden “will discuss the urgent need to pass the Senate bipartisan border security agreement, the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border in decades.”

“He will reiterate his calls for Congressional Republicans to stop playing politics and to provide the funding needed for additional U.S. Border Patrol agents, more asylum officers, fentanyl detection technology and more,” the official continued.

The U.S. House passed a bill nearly a year ago that included stronger measures to secure the border than the proposal that the U.S. Senate put forth, but Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) will not take up the bill.

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