Biden is in the midst of a massive fight at the US-Mexico border, and almost everyone agrees that the blame for this lies squarely on his shoulders.
Except for Biden, who is sticking to his guns and blaming Trump for the border crisis.
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Of course, no one has had the opportunity to question Biden on this stance because he never speaks to the press, but former White House Press Secretary Kaleigh McEnany is pleading with reporters to put the heat on Biden and ask him these thorny questions.
Watch the following video:
Kayleigh McEnany says “it’s incredible what the Biden White House is able to get away with.” pic.twitter.com/f9wjNY2J08
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Kayleigh is completely correct; the media should begin hammering Biden in the face, as they did with Trump.
The media has panned Biden’s activities at the border in a number of scathing articles and cable TV segments, but it’s clear that this is simply a ruse to reclaim some semblance of credibility.
Take, for example, this story from the ultra-liberal NPR, in which Biden is chastised for reversing Trump’s border policies.
Former acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf claims Trump officials warned the incoming Biden administration that dismantling Trump’s immigration policies would cause problems at the border.
The Biden administration has largely blamed the border problems on the previous administration, claiming that it gutted the Department of Homeland Security and used inhumane tactics to deter migrants. Officials from Biden’s administration call the steps they’ve taken to accept the new influx of unaccompanied minors into the country and end divisive programs that force migrants to stay in Mexico a “moral imperative.”
However, some former Trump administration officials, such as Wolf, claim that the Biden administration is dismantling effective systems.
“There is no longer any consequence,” Wolf told NPR. “The administration is treating this as if it were a capacity issue rather than an issue of illegal behavior, which is a key distinction.”