Biden Rival Slams President For Ruining America

Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. made a bold claim that President Joe Biden could end the border crisis “overnight” without needing Congress to act. He expressed this view during an interview at the southern border, highlighting his belief in the power of executive action to address the nation’s immigration issues. Kennedy’s stance is a direct challenge to the current administration’s approach, which has seen a significant rise in illegal immigration since Biden took office.

Kennedy’s assertion aligns with conservative lawmakers who argue that Biden’s executive decisions are the root cause of the migrant surge. These include halting the border wall construction, reinstating catch and release, and ending the Remain in Mexico agreement. Critics like Sen. Ted Cruz emphasize that reversing these policies could quickly secure the border, pointing to the dramatic change in immigration numbers under the Trump administration.

This conversation is not just happening among politicians. Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake also voiced that Biden could leverage existing laws to fortify the border, suggesting that the crisis is a result of deliberate policy choices by the current administration. Similarly, Rep. Ashley Hinson criticized Biden’s numerous executive actions that have expanded catch and release and limited deportations, suggesting a reversal could significantly mitigate the crisis.

The debate over border security is a critical issue in America. Recent polling indicates a majority support for stronger border measures, including the construction of a wall.

Kennedy’s commitment to using executive power to enforce border security on his first day in office, if elected, resonates with a significant portion of the electorate frustrated with the current state of immigration policy. This stance sets Kennedy apart in the political landscape, positioning him as a candidate willing to take decisive action on a contentious issue that has long divided the nation.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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