President Joe Biden was just stabbed in the back. Leading members of Congress are stunned by this dramatic turn of events. No one expected it.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) acknowledged the Biden border crisis. “They are rolling up their sleeves and working on this,” he said in an interview. “I think it will get better in the next few months.”
“If it doesn’t, I will go to them and say, ‘You’ve got to do better,'” Schumer continued. “I will be public.” We will see if he actually follows through on that promise, but Schumer is nothing if not calculated.
While he is a leftist on border policy, he also understands political reality — and he is sending a message to Biden that something has to change. Schumer wants to avoid consequences at the ballot box.
Ultimately, he doesn’t want to lose his razor-thin Senate majority and he would prefer to expand it. But the Biden administration is listening to radical immigration activities instead of local communities.
Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) even said that the Biden administration should “listen to the local communities, and they’ve got to listen to those men and women in green,” referring to U.S. Border Control.
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