Joe Biden created the border crisis.
Now the mass influx of illegal aliens into America could cost him the election.
And Joe Biden got one message about the border crisis that made his head spin.
America used to say no to terrorists
Joe Biden and RINO Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell colluded on a scheme to keep the border open through a bill that promised a phony crackdown on illegal immigration.
Biden and McConnell hoped they could spring a multi-thousand page bill on Congress and demand immediate passage before anyone realized what was in it.
Biden needed the bill to claim he “solved” the border crisis, and McConnell needed the bill to unlock Republican support for a $106 billion foreign aid slush fund that included another $61 billion for the war in Ukraine as well as money for Israel and Taiwan.
Donald Trump led the opposition to a sham bill that codified into law a minimum of 1,825,000 illegal aliens entering America each year.
Speaker Mike Johnson then declared the bill “dead on arrival” in the House.
A false choice on border ransom
Johnson then tried to drive a wedge in on the bill by announcing the House would vote on a standalone $14 billion taxpayer funded aid package to Israel.
“While the Senate appears poised to finally release text of their supplemental package after months of behind closed doors negotiations, their leadership is aware that by failing to include the House in their negotiations, they have eliminated the ability for swift consideration of any legislation,” Johnson’s letter read.
“Given the Senate’s failure to move appropriate legislation in a timely fashion, and the perilous circumstances currently facing Israel, the House will continue to lead. Next week, we will take up and pass a clean, standalone Israel supplemental package,” Johnson added.
Johnson figured splitting out the Israel money would lessen the pressure on Senate Republicans to pass the bigger slush fund and put the onus on Democrats.
Conservatives immediately saw the problem with this plan, as America is nearly $34 trillion in debt and this $14 spending bill was completely financed by deficit spending.
Bankrupt America can’t stand with any foreign governments
“The Speaker just announced that next week the House will vote on a clean bill to send Israel $14.3 billion. Israel has a lower debt to GDP ratio than the United States. This spending package has no offsets, so it will increase our debt by $14.3 billion plus interest. I’m a No,” Kentucky Congressman Thomas Massie wrote on X.
Texas Congressman Chip Roy concurred and wrote, “I love & stand by Israel. I support their right – & duty – to destroy Hamas. But I cannot send $17.6BB to Israel w/o 1) paying for it given we are bleeding $2 Trillion a year… & 2) securing the border that is ravaging Texas. There will be no America left to #StandWithIsrael.”
America is facing a fiscal crisis.
And America can’t defend itself or help allies if the country goes bankrupt.
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