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Biden vows to shut border if lawmakers pass budget deal

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The immigration issue has been “broken,” and “it’s long past time to fix it,” the US president said.

US President Joe Biden has again urged the Republican lawmakers to agree to the long-stalled budget deal, vowing to shut down the country’s southern border as soon as he’s given the authority to do so.

Republican lawmakers have been blocking the Biden administration’s attempts to push through another $106 billion ‘national security package’ for Ukraine and Israel since October. They have demanded tougher security measures on the southern frontier to be included in the agreement.

”For too long, we all know the border’s been broken. It’s long past time to fix it,” Biden said in a written statement on Friday.

He described the border deal, now being negotiated in the Senate, as “the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border we’ve ever had in our country.”

“It would give me, as President, a new emergency authority to shut down the border when it becomes overwhelmed. And if given that authority, I would use it the day I sign the bill into law,” Biden vowed.

Under the bipartisan agreement, the administration would, among other things, be required to shut the border down if the number of migrants trying to get into the US illegally on any given day reaches 5,000, the New York Times reported. This threshold had been surpassed “routinely” in recent months, the paper stressed.

Finding common ground on the immigration deal would be “a win for America,” the president insisted. “If you’re serious about the border crisis, pass a bipartisan bill, and I will sign it,” Biden said, addressing the Republican lawmakers.

The Washington Post described the comments as “a remarkable shift” in the Democratic president’s rhetoric on the immigration issue. The media outlet underscored “the urgency” of the situation on the border for his re-election bid.

Biden’s statement came as Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson said on Friday that if the leaks about the deal’s content were accurate, it would be “dead on arrival” in the lower chamber.

The likely Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, slammed the border deal earlier this week, warning that it “would be another gift to the radical left Democrats.” The agreement “will be meaningless in terms of border security,” Trump argued, reiterating that the only way to solve the immigration issue would be voting for him in November.

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  1. Biden can f#*k off, as the States have already shut the border under the U.S. Constitution!
    This is not only Constitutional, but falls directly under State’s Rights.
    The American population is prepped, ready, and the members of the Armed Forces have said that they will side with Texas and the other 24 States that have enacted the Constitutional clause that insures secure borders!

  2. From the Hal Turner Radio Show;


    Biden is blackmailing the US Congress into sending more money (wasting is more like it) on the war that Ukraine has lost, but is still continuing so that the little J3w Ukrainian President can kill-off as many Goyim as he can thru the lost war’s attrition of ‘Goyim cannon fodder’!
    Russia has always helped America thru the crisis of 1776, 1812, 1861 and 1914. America helped Russia in World Wars 1 & 2, and both sides now realise that it’s the Zionists, Banksters and Secret Societies who are behind the scenes creating the problems!
    And those institutions have come under J3wi$h control thru gradualism!


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