The transition “landing team” presumptive President-elect Joseph R. Biden is deploying to Homeland Security is stocked with veterans of counterterrorism and emergency management — and it’s a who’s who of past campaigns for an illegal-immigrant amnesty.
Missing, however, is anyone to represent border security, says Brandon Judd, president of the National Border Patrol Council, which represents thousands of Border Patrol line agents.
“I think this list does not do what Biden promised. It does not bring in people with different ideas and border security policy,” Mr. Judd told The Washington Times. “Instead it appears to be a repeat of the Obama administration.”
It’s not just Homeland Security. Obama-era veterans make up many of the 550 names, across 40 different teams, that Mr. Biden wants to embed with departments and agencies, part of the usual transition process so a new president is up to speed on the latest goings-on by inauguration day.
Mr. Biden‘s lists are heavy with racial-justice advocates