Biden Blamed For Another Death, Murdered By An Illegal

( – After the shooting death of Ruby Garcia by a suspect identified as an illegal alien, Republican Rep. John James of Michigan blamed the open border policies of President Joe Biden for causing the victim’s murder.

On Friday, March 22nd, Garcia was fatally shot in Grand Rapids, Michigan, by Brandon Ortiz-Vite, who later confessed to killing Garcia. The 25-year-old illegal alien from Mexico was previously deported back in 2020, after which he illegally crossed the border a second time to re-enter the U.S.

Ortiz-Vite was allegedly romantically involved with the victim, who he shot multiple times in her vehicle on US-131, where he left her to die. A few days later, he turned himself in and confessed to the murder. According to court documents, he also had blood on his clothes. Ortiz-Vite now faces five felony charges, including murder, carjacking, and illegal possession of a weapon. Ortiz-Vite could face life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Christopher Becker, a Kent County Prosecutor, said the case is another of “domestic violence homicide,” which he said his county has seen “far too often over the last few years.”

James responded to the incident in his home state on social media, where he wrote that “Biden’s open border policies” were to blame, claiming they “are costing lives” in his state. The congressman, who represents Detroit’s northeast suburbs, said that Biden “could implement border measures” today, or use his already existing authority to close the border.

James concluded the post by asking, “When is enough, enough?” James then listed Ruby Garcia and recently-murdered Georgia nursing student Laken Riley, asking Biden to “say their names,” along with “many more” who have died during the current administration.

Democratic Rep. Hillary Scholten of Michigan also responded to the incident and said bipartisan immigration reform is necessary to fix the problem. She vowed to continue pushing for such reforms that would secure the border and make sure that people entering the U.S. “are fully vetted” to keep communities safe.

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