The Bearded Shadow President essentially doubled down on his critics’ arguments on Friday afternoon when addressing the State of the Union address. Biden says that his suggestions (my emphasis) to address migration to the US are causing a whole lot of confusion. He goes on to reject the likelihood of bipartisan immigration proposals, saying:
I know there are legislators with good intentions. But I keep waiting for them to offer any ideas of their own that don’t involve putting their fingerprints on an overall deal that includes a pathway to citizenship for those here illegally.
He also reiterates his previous characterization of conservatives’ position as “ignorant, uninformed, and unproductive.”
But Biden-ites like Hunter are not deterred by these facts. In an attempt to defend Biden’s “ill-informed” approach, he says,
Our first priority must be to protect our borders. We cannot be the only developed country in the world without a clearly articulated policy on who can come into our country and on what terms.
In a way, he is right. The U.S. has to establish some regulations on immigration, and specifically, on who we will let into the country, for practical reasons. We’re a mature nation, and after decades of amassing endless trillions of dollars of debt to fund immigration, it is time to define some basic rules.
Specifically, I ask my fellow Tucker Masons, Marco Rubio, Jeff Flake, Jason Chaffetz, Senator Lindsey Graham, and Senator Thom Tillis, to please spend a few hours on the phone with their friend Joe Biden and discuss some basic immigration principles.