President of the National Border Patrol Council Brandon Judd is not in any way satisfied with President Joe Biden’s remarks on immigration during his State of the Union speech on Thursday. According to Judd, his speech was a slap on the face of “every American.”

Sharing his complaints with Fox News, he said, “He didn’t address what he could do. All he did was blame it on President Trump. But look, I have the opportunity to speak with President Trump. I know that the reason why he didn’t support that bill has nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with — the president understands it from day one, he could step into office and do a lot more than what that bill does.’

“He also understands that if a bill were to be passed today, that there would be no appetite to pass a better bill when he’s in office,” he added.

During the address, Biden called a supplemental spending agreement opposed by Republicans in both chambers “a tougher set of border security reforms than we’ve ever seen.”

Having drawn groans of protest from Republicans in the crowd, Biden said, “Oh, you don’t think so? Oh, you don’t like that bill, huh? That conservatives got together and said it was a good bill? I’ll be darned. That’s amazing.”

When Republicans continued to disagree with his description of the failed proposal, Biden said, “Look at the facts, I know you know how to read.”

Speaking about the speech, Judd said that the bill only received the kind of support it did because of the situation the country has been plunged into by President Joe Biden. While the legislation was supported by the National Border Patrol Council, Judd says it was because of how bad things have gotten under Biden.

“He has put us in the situation that we’ve never thought that we would ever be in. We’re apprehending seven times more people than what we normally apprehend. We have more than 10 times the got-aways. We’ve got more fentanyl coming into this country than we’ve ever seen before. We’ve got more dangerous criminals coming into this country than we’ve ever seen before. We’ve got terrorists on the terrorist watch list that are coming into the country. He didn’t address any of that,” he stated.

“So, he’s put us in a position that we’re going to accept anything that is better than the status quo, and that bill is better than the status quo,” he added.

He also said that Biden’s claims that the failure of the bill in Congress having lacked Republican support got his hands tied on the matter. For Judd, Biden’s position gives him the executive authority to “do more than the border bill would ever do.”

“He’s not going to do it, because if he did something like that, he would be admitting that over the past three years, it’s been his fault that we have this crisis at the border. He didn’t announce anything today that is actually going to help us secure the border, so that was a slap in the face of all America,” Judd stated.

Judd’s criticism of Biden this week follows his criticism of the president’s visit to the border last week.

Ahead of the trip, Judd told Fox News that the visit is “too little, too late,” as he argued that the president was only stopping by for a photo op as he had “three years to do what he needed to do to secure the border. He had three years to put policies in place.”

During that discussion, Judd also expressed the belief that Biden has the power to stop the influx of illegal migrants into the country via the U.S.-Mexico border.

According to him, Biden has the power to reimplement some Trump-era policies that were effective at the border. Hence, his blame on Congressional Republicans is invalid.