It doesn’t take a genius to realize that the old narrative pushed by Democrats that the border crisis was “manufactured” by President Trump is false. Even those who promoted the concept the most, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, have backtracked to claim their old statements that the border crisis was manufactured were actually attacks on the President’s policies. This doesn’t stand up to an iota of scrutiny, but hey, as long as they’re willing to acknowledge that it’s real, we have some progress.
That progress seems to have evaded Representative Pramila Jayapal. She is still pushing the narrative that there’s no border crisis, that it was simply manufactured in order to drive support for building the wall. But she’s also pushing a dangerous aspect of the Democrats’ narrative by referring to those entering the country illegally as “immigrants.” I am an immigrant, a legal one. The path I took to achieve my legal status in the United States is not the same as those who broke the nation’s laws as their first action on American soil. The distinction between legal immigrants and illegal immigrants must be maintained.
Democrats want to destroy this distinctions.
Jayapal’s calls for more dogs and better technology to fight drug smugglers is a joke. Yes, it’s a problem, but nowhere near the economic distress caused by the insane influx of migrants at our southern border or the rampant crime that is caused by MS-13 gang members and other criminals crossing over undetected thanks to the policies of the Democrats.
In some ways, she’s correct. This crisis was clearly manufactured, but not by President Trump. It was manufactured by poor leadership by Democrats who use their power to block actual solutions to the emergency at our southern border.
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