Since Biden and Kamala won't do anything, Ron DeSantis is stepping up and offer a helping hand.
But, Ron's help aside, it's kind of embarrassing that our own Federal government won't address a serious issue.
Arizona and Texas are calling for help along the southern border, and the state of Florida is the first to answer, Gov. Ron DeSantis said.
The governor, speaking Wednesday among a group of state and local law enforcement agencies at the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, announced Florida will provide additional law enforcement resources to the southern border region to deal with what he called a "created crisis."
Some of the agencies include the Florida Highway Patrol, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and sheriff's offices, like Brevard, Hillsborough and Pasco counties.
DeSantis blamed President Joe Biden's administration for rolling back border policies that had been in place under former President Donald Trump, including ending a policy that forced asylum seekers to wait in Mexico for immigration hearings in the U.S.
The Biden administration has since begun to process their cases, allowing them in the U.S. while, at the same time, asking others considering coming to the U.S. to stay home.
Some of the problems at the border -- a 13-hour drive from Pensacola to Brownsville, Texas -- affect Floridians in the way of drug and human trafficking, DeSantis said.
MIAMI, FLORIDA - JUNE 07: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, surrounded by state, local and Taiwanese representatives, speaks to the media at the Florida National Guard Robert A. Ballard Armory on June 07, 2021 in Miami, Florida. During the press event, the governor signed two bills to combat foreign influence and corporate espionage in Florida from governments like China. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)