Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of years, you know that Biden has made very few in America happy. And so, in an attempt to regain some popularity, it seems he’s finally starting to listen to the people and needs of the country.
It’s just too bad that his most popular move thus far isn’t his idea… It was his predecessor and arch-rival, former President Donald J Trump.
As you know, it was Trump who proposed and began the effort of closing off our Southern border with a wall. And while the 45th president could finish a good portion of it, time simply ran out. And Biden, wanting to appease the political left, refused to resume construction on that wall.
Naturally, the literally wide-open spaces near the border have allowed for hundreds of thousands of migrants to illegally make their way into our communities, bringing disease, crime, rampant drug abuse, and more with them.
To be clear, those problems began immediately after news of the wall’s halt in construction was announced. And since then, we’ve begged for Biden to start construction again.
And now, thanks to abysmal poll numbers and even worse job approval ratings, Biden has finally decided to listen. A whopping 80 percent of voters think immigration is a big deal and will be important in the 2024 election.
And so a change is being made…
According to Biden’s Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who has long been against building the wall, there is now an “acute and immediate need” for just that. As we’ve been doing for years, Mayorkas cited the growing number of illegal entries made into the US each year as proof.
🚨🚨🚨@BenBergquam: Just yesterday, border patrol said we are getting huge number of illegals from Syria to Lukeville, AZ right now.
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— Grace Chong 🇺🇸 (@gc22gc) October 9, 2023
Of course, he also noted that he would have to “waive” or break “26 federal laws” to begin building the wall again.
But clearly, it needs to be done.
However, it also means that Trump was right about the need for a wall, or at least that’s what 61 percent of Americans take it to mean.