You’ll NEVER Guess What This Republican Rep. Uncovered at the Border

On Wednesday, Georgia’s Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene ignited a tense debate about an alleged explosive device found at the U.S.-Mexico border. Greene addressed the issue during a House Homeland Security Committee hearing in Texas, which was noticeably boycotted by Democrats.

Greene inquired about the alleged explosive with U.S. Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz, who declined to comment due to classified information. Undeterred, Greene insisted the public deserved to be informed about the risks faced by Border Patrol agents.

Greene advocated for legislation that would declare war on cartels, arguing they pose a significant threat to the U.S. and Border Patrol agents. She criticized the Democrats’ absence from the hearing, labeling it a political stunt. Greene also shared an image of the alleged explosive on Twitter.

However, Fox News National Correspondent Bill Melugin contradicted Greene’s account, citing a high-level Customs and Border Protection source who claimed the alleged explosive was fake and filled with dirt. Despite the conflicting information, the incident has fueled ongoing concerns about border security under the Biden administration.