Former Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to talk about Border Patrol Chief Raul Ortiz’s admission on Wednesday that the agency does not have operational control of the U.S. Southern border.

“If the cartels want to send drugs or people across the border right now, there is essentially nothing that can stop it. Yes, there is a certain amount of loads that are being stopped. But even just earlier this week when we saw that giant rush across the Texas border, Border Patrol, because of their stretch resources, they were processing those individuals. And meanwhile, the cartels then used those gaps because no one’s in the field to literally stream all sorts of drugs and nasty people, males, 18 to 35 years old wearing camouflage are just basically coming across the border unchecked and unfettered. And it’s not just about the numbers, we talk about the 6 million people, which is essentially six times the population of Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware. But it’s the record amount of drugs coming across in. As I have said, I’ve been trying to sound the alarm on this for years, it’s the record profits the cartels are making. You’re making the cartels more and more profitable. And Mexico is on the brink of becoming a failed narco-state, which of course, is going to have disastrous consequences, not only in lives lost, but economic impact it’s going to have on our country.”

Mark also weighs in on whether the U.S. should continue sending billions of dollars in aid to Ukraine. Listen to the podcast to hear what else he had to say!