Joe Biden Flips on Border Wall, Pledges to Close Gaps After Gov. Abbott Buses Immigrants to D.C.
Well, it took a long time, but it looks like the Biden regime is finally coming to their senses just a little bit on the border situation.
We have hundreds of thousands of immigrants flooding across the border every month and the Biden regime is doing nothing to deter it from happening. It’s causing big problems in numerous areas.
One of Biden’s first orders of business was to halt construction on the border wall because Democrats claim it’s racist and unfair to people who want to commit crimes.
Well, now he’s had a change of heart to a certain extent as Biden is now going to fill some gaps that are in certain areas of the border. These would have been sealed up a long time ago had he not interfered. Have you noticed that Biden does these things occasionally? He puts an end to something that President Trump did, and then turns around and reinstates that measure.
The development comes after Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott effectively told Washington, D.C., Democrat Mayor Muriel Bowser to pound sand Thursday afternoon after she complained that the border state was flooding her city with illegal aliens.
“With pledges from Texas and Arizona to continue these abhorrent operations indefinitely, the situation is dire, and we consider this a humanitarian crisis — one that could overwhelm our social support network without immediate and sustained federal intervention,” Bowser wrote in requesting help from the National Guard.
“We’ve had a number of discussions,” she said. “We’ve facilitated FEMA’s involvement with a million dollar grant that has now been increased to work with a lead nonprofit agency. We’ve facilitated using those grant funds to set up respite center in a neighboring jurisdiction and I’ve also asked the Secretary of the Army to deploy the D.C. National Guard to help lead that effort.”
And I’m sure that the Democrats are going to praise Biden for doing this, too. They’re so demented.
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