Rep. Steve Scalise shares video of ‘child abuse’ at migrant facility

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House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-LA) has tweeted footage from his recent trip to the US-Mexico border, calling the conditions at the migrant processing facility ‘child abuse.’

The video from inside the facility shows hundreds of migrant children packed together, sleeping in tin foil blankets on the floor. Accompanying the video was the text:

‘These are the videos Joe Biden & Kamala Harris don’t want you to see. This is the devastating result of their disastrous left-wing immigration agenda. RT so everyone can see what they’re trying to hide. This is child abuse.’

He later tweeted another video, in which he claimed to have witnessed ‘dozens of children [flowing] freely across the border.’

Scalise was reportedly leading a group of ten lawmakers on a ten-day tour of the border region.

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