Arizona Sheriff: Government Giving Illegal Aliens $5,000 Gift Cards

A man named Mark Lamb has been serving as the Pinal County Sheriff in Arizona since 2017. He’s running for US Senate in 2024 and just put out a shocking campaign video. Everyone of the illegal aliens that Joe Biden is letting into the country right now is being given a free cellphone, a plane ticket to wherever they want to go (even though none of them have ID), and a $5,000 gift card.

Lamb seems like a good guy. He’s a Republican and he’s the only primary opponent running against Kari Lake for the GOP nomination in Arizona next year. Either one of them would be a huge improvement over Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (I-AZ). We don’t see Lamb being able to overcome the popularity of Kari Lake or Kyrsten Sinema, but it should be a good race.

 

As the sheriff of Pinal County, Lamb is a guy who sees what’s happening on the ground with the southern border. Pinal County lies between Tucson and Phoenix, but they’re still struggling under the weight of thousands of illegal alien criminals showing up every day, as Third World countries empty their prisons and send their human garbage to live in America.

It’s infuriating that Americans are suffering under record-high inflation during a second Great Depression because of Joe Biden, yet he’s giving away billions in taxpayer dollars to these foreign criminals. Watch as Sheriff Lamb explains what he and his deputies are seeing in Arizona right now…


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