Cochise County sheriff slams Katie Hobbs on open borders: “This is the worst I’ve ever seen it”

PHOENIX — Cochise County Sheriff Mark Dannels slammed Democratic Governor-elect Katie Hobbs this week for rubber-stamping the Biden administration’s dangerous open-border policies.

Tulsi Gabbard interviewed Dannels on Tuesday’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”

“The Biden administration has ordered Arizona to stop using these large shipping containers that they’ve put up as a means to try to keep illegal migrants out,” Gabbard said. “Governor-elect Katie Hobbs has also said she’s going to stop using these containers.”

Dannels responded that the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border “is the worst I’ve ever seen it.” He accused President Joe Biden of creating “an open border by design” and criticized the administration for suing Arizona, which only wants “to protect the citizens of this state.”

Earlier this month, Hobbs called for the lifting of Title 42 and expressed solidarity with the Biden administration over its lawsuit against Arizona.

“Governor Ducey has stepped up,” Dannels continued. “For the last eight years, Governor Ducey has made his priority public safety in the state of Arizona to protect Arizonans, and I commend him for that.”