Fox News viewers witnessed first-hand how the migrant crisis is unfolding at the southern United States border on Thursday when a live interview was interrupted by authorities searching for migrants.
While explaining to Fox News host Dana Perino that “we’re under siege here,” south Texas rancher John Sewell was interrupted by immigration authorities searching for migrants on his property.
And that was after he already caught three migrants earlier in the day.
At the time of the interruption — in which K9s could be heard in the background — Sewell explained that Customs and Border Protection officials have not offered ranchers much assistance as migrants flood the U.S.-Mexico border.
“The basic thing we got from this yesterday, unfortunately, we’re not going to get a lot of support from the CBP. They basically said their hands are tied and the best thing for us is to work with our state reps, our Congress, so on and so forth, our local officials are all doing as much as they can,” Sewell said. “So, you know, it’s very unfortunate that we don’t have support from our CBP.” (Read more from “Rancher Interrupted During Live Interview as Authorities Search for Migrants: ‘We’re Under Siege'” HERE)
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