Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) sounded an alarm on President Joe Biden’s lack of action at the border, warning that he has been “listening too much to the immigration activists.”

According to Cuellar, the consequences of that for the Democratic Party is more and more Democrats leaving, as they are convinced Biden is not doing enough to solve the immigration crisis.

During a Wednesday interview on CNN, host Erica Hill asked if Cuellar also feels ignored by the administration given that it has almost been a year since he last had a proper conversation with Biden on the issue of immigration.

In response, Cuellar pointed out that the administration is not listening to the cries of people that live at the border and feel the pain firsthand.

“I think the mayor from Eagle Pass is right. What they’re doing is just processing people. They get people from Eagle Pass, Del Rio, send them over to San Antonio, fly them from San Antonio into the interior of the U.S. We’re good at processing people. But we’ve got to go back to what worked,” he stated.

He went further, “If you look at the numbers, straightforward for the last 25 years, when somebody goes in front of an immigration judge, 13% will be accepted and the rest will be rejected. So, why are we processing hundreds of thousands of people, where, at the end of the day — which I’m talking about four or five years from now — they’re not going to be accepted? So, I agree, the border has been ignored. They’re listening too much to the immigration activists. The White House and a lot of members of Congress and the Senate listen to the immigration advocates. But who’s listening to the border communities?”

On the issue of losing Democrat supporters, Cuellar went on to say that “people that are frustrated because they’re not seeing what should be done at the border.

While he emphasized the need to treat migrants with “respect and dignity,” he also slammed the administration for not ensuring the migrants follow the rules but rather enabling the idea that all they have to do is get to the border and they will be processed into the United States.

“And that’s where we’re losing Democrats, they feel that the Democratic Party, that the President is not doing enough, and we’re going to lose a lot of Democrats and it’s because we’re not doing the right thing at the border,” he added.