Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) spoke out this week to say that a father of four who an illegal alien allegedly murdered would still be alive if not for the open border policies of Joe Biden, who is releasing hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens into the United States interior every day.

DeSantis was referring to the murder of 46-year-old Francisco Javier Cuellar, a father of four. He was allegedly killed by Yery Noel Medina Ulloa, a 24-year-old illegal alien that had fooled the Biden administration by posing as an Unaccompanied Alien Child (UAC).

“There was a tragic situation. One of the illegals that Biden flew in [to the U.S.] committed a murder in Florida recently, and that individual would be alive if Biden had not been doing this,” DeSantis said, according to The New York Post. “This is really serious stuff.”

DeSantis went on to call out Biden for flying border crossers and illegal aliens to various U.S. states on overnight flights.

“They don’t tell us when these flights are coming in … these are flights at two in the morning,” DeSantis said. “We’re looking at ways to be able to protect the state. We’re looking at ways to hold these contractors accountable who are basically the instruments of what Biden’s lawlessness is bringing to say, ‘Look, you have a choice: You want to abet the lawlessness, then you’re not going to be able to have privileges in the state of Florida.'”

“If it’s a federal responsibility, what happens when the federal government totally defaults on that responsibility?” DeSantis asked. “Are they saying the states have no ability to protect themselves?”

DeSantis proceeded to double down by saying that the Biden administration was “looking at ways to be able to protect the state” and teasing news “over the next few weeks.”

This comes a week after DeSantis spoke out to address this situation in another blistering statement.

“[Ulloa] has been detained, should have never been in this country, to begin with, and definitely should not have been dumped in the state of Florida,” DeSantis told the New York Post.

“This is not the way you keep people safe, it’s reckless, and it’s wrong,” he added. “… I’m going to see what we can do … of course, [I] have a pending lawsuit against the administration challenging their catch and release policies. But this is what happens when you engage in reckless policies.”

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