The horrifying story of a 20-year-old Maryland girl who was raped and killed by an MS-13 gang member is set to told in front of congress. Tammy Nobles will speak about the loss of her autistic daughter Kayla Hamilton and she is placing the blame on the Biden administrations immigration policy. Nobles made an appearance on Fox News ahead of her testimony and she told and she sent a message to the White House:
“If there was a more secured border and individuals coming here was properly vetted, my daughter would still be alive today,” Nobles told Ashley Strohmier on Tuesday. “They let her down.”
“I want them to be properly vetted,” she said. “They need to be able to check their background, not for crimes in this country, but also crimes in their country and where they came from.”
“Not in a million years,” Nobles responded when asked if she ever thought this tragedy would strike her family. “I never thought I would lose my daughter at 20 years old.”
After Kayla Hamilton’s death, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement detained a 17-year-old El Salvador native who was listed as a member of the gang MS-13. His DNA was matched to evidence from the crime scene and he been charged with first-degree murder, rape and robbery.
There are currently 700,000 migrants waiting at the southern border to enter and be processed by Biden’s DHS. Over 400,000 illegal border crossings are expected to occur every month moving forward. Last week, 83,000 migrants crossed the border but U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas remarkably claims that “our borders are not open.”