“When our middle son, Brandon, left to go to work, he was only 21 years old, and the last words I said to him was, ‘I love you,’” Kiyan said in the ad, referring to the day an illegal alien killed him.
“And a twice-deported illegal ran into him and hit him so hard that he caused Brandon’s car to flip, and he killed him. My child was killed by someone who should not have been here,” she said. “This is what happens when we have open borders.”
Kiyan said she met with Gov. DeSantis, a strong opponent of President Biden’s open borders policies, which attract even more illegal aliens to the country. She told the governor her son’s story and said she saw “compassion” and “concern” from DeSantis.
“He wanted to make sure other lives were protected, and as a governor, he truly has been upholding the oath that he took, which is to protect Floridians. He not only talks a good talk, but he walks it,” she said. “He’s been very strong on safety. He’s been very strong on law and order.”
“He has made our state one of the safest states to be in. There’s no greater leader than Governor DeSantis because he doesn’t just listen. He put action behind it,” she added.