Voters Confess About Biden’s Border Fiasco

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – The Pew Research Center released on Friday their recently collected data which showed that the majority of Americans did not believe that the federal government was doing well in handling the surge in immigration. 

According to the data, 80 percent of Americans believed that the Biden administration was doing either “very” or “somewhat” badly when it came to handling the large number of migrants who are trying to enter the United States from the country’s Southern border. Only around 18 percent believed that the administration was doing either “very” or “somewhat good” with the way they are handling migrants. 

The recent date was released only a week after the bipartisan Senate border deal failed. The bill had been heavily opposed by former President Donald Trump who had claimed that if the bill passed it would be like a “death wish” for his party. 

Trump had taken to his social media platform, Truth Social, shortly after the release of the bill to argue that it would only be supported by a “Radical Left Democrat” or a “fool.” He added that the bill would give them the right to close the border after there were 5000 reported encounters, however was unnecessary as they already had the right to close the border. 

Trump continued by calling the bill a “great gift” to the Democrats and argued that it would absolve the Democrats of the horrible job they had done so far in handling the border and immigration while claiming that the Republicans were at fault for all of the problems. 

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