Biden Tries To Gaslight Americans

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – In a recent interview broadcast on Tuesday evening, President Biden suggested the possibility of issuing an executive order to close the border by month’s end. During the interview with Univision’s Enrique Acevedo, Biden mentioned he is exploring the extent of his authority to enact such measures, especially under circumstances where border crossings reach unsustainable levels.

Biden expressed uncertainty about his unilateral power to completely shut down the border without new legislation, acknowledging that while some advise him to proceed and test his limits, the legality of such an action remains in question.

The discussion with Acevedo in the Oval Office covered a range of issues, including immigration, where Biden referred to a Senate border agreement that faced bipartisan criticism. He highlighted the proposed benefits of the agreement, such as additional resources for Border Patrol and measures to combat illegal drug trafficking, and lamented the political maneuvering that undermined the legislation.

Biden recounted his frustration with the political process, particularly pointing out interference by former President Trump, which he believes derailed a beneficial immigration reform package. Despite these setbacks, Biden remains committed to pursuing immigration reforms, including protections for Dreamers.

The White House, through its spokesperson, emphasized the ongoing review of possible executive actions related to border security, indicating no final decisions have been made. The administration argues that comprehensive policy changes and funding from Congress are essential to address border security and immigration system issues effectively.

The spokesperson criticized Congressional Republicans for prioritizing partisan interests over national security by rejecting a proposed border security bill, which had been negotiated in good faith. The administration continues to urge Congress, specifically House Republicans, to pass the bipartisan border security legislation to address these critical needs.

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