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2 Million Illegals Citizenship, Vote

 

 

Dems Defeat Effort to Remove Swalwell From Intel Committee

 

 

 

Rep. Jim Jordan to Newsmax TV: Govt 'Last Place to Look' for Help

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Seizing on President Joe Biden's national address remark "help is on the way," Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on Newsmax TV said former President Ronald Reagan warned America about the dangers of this with his "nine most terrifying words" quote.

"The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government, and I'm here to help,'" Reagan famously said, rebuking the big government policies of Democrats.

"The left believes in government, and we believe in freedom," Jordan told Thursday's "Greg Kelly Reports." "We believe in people and communities and families. The left believes in big government and big institutions.

"So, that is the contrast and we had a little fun, because President Biden said, 'Help is on the way,' and Ronald Reagan understood the last place you want to look is the government to help you out."

Jordan was responding to the social media response hailing Reagan's words, featuring applause from the right and outrage from the left.

"We thought it was kind of fun to do, and the left got all kind of crazy," Jordan told host Greg Kelly.

Jordan took specific objection to the tone of Biden's first national address March 11, which was given on the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization declaration of the coronavirus outbreak as a world pandemic and hours after he signed a $1.9 trillion spending bill that was delivered only with Democrat support in Congress under the guise of it being COVID-19 relief.

"It was almost like he was talking to us like we were in grade school: 'If you do what government tells you, exactly what we say, we might let you have a little independence come Independence Day,'" Jordan said. "Well, that's not how this great country works. That's not how freedom works. So we were kind of, I think, highlighting that as well."

Jordan appeared with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who noted the Biden government has "created the crisis at the border" after the Trump administration had it stabilized.

"Two months ago, President Trump, before he left office, says, 'If you undo the policies we put in place regarding the border, you will see a tidal wave of immigrants come across,'" Jordan said. "And that's exactly what we have seen; the tidal wave is here."

Meadows and Jordan were united in rebuking Democrats and the Biden administration for giving the Trump administration no credit for the vaccines, but blaming their predecessors for the influx of illegal immigrants flooding the border.

"Anything that goes wrong in our country, they're trying to blame on President Trump, instead of taking some responsibility for their policies that have caused the situation on our border," Jordan said. "It's just how the left operates, and Americans, they have common sense and they see through it all."

Meadows added: "If you look at President Biden, if it's good, he takes credit for it; if it's bad, he blames President Trump.

"They know exactly what is taking place here: It's inept policy coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," Meadows continued. "It's really them sticking their head in the sand."

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17 minutes ago, fedup said:

Democrats Pass Dreamers Bill That Gives
2 Million Illegals Citizenship, Vote

 

 

Dems Defeat Effort to Remove Swalwell From Intel Committee

 

 

 

Rep. Jim Jordan to Newsmax TV: Govt 'Last Place to Look' for Help

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
(Newsmax TV/"Greg Kelly Reports")

By    |   Thursday, 18 March 2021 10:12 PM

 

 

 
 
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Seizing on President Joe Biden's national address remark "help is on the way," Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, on Newsmax TV said former President Ronald Reagan warned America about the dangers of this with his "nine most terrifying words" quote.

"The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: 'I'm from the government, and I'm here to help,'" Reagan famously said, rebuking the big government policies of Democrats.

"The left believes in government, and we believe in freedom," Jordan told Thursday's "Greg Kelly Reports." "We believe in people and communities and families. The left believes in big government and big institutions.

"So, that is the contrast and we had a little fun, because President Biden said, 'Help is on the way,' and Ronald Reagan understood the last place you want to look is the government to help you out."

Jordan was responding to the social media response hailing Reagan's words, featuring applause from the right and outrage from the left.

"We thought it was kind of fun to do, and the left got all kind of crazy," Jordan told host Greg Kelly.

Jordan took specific objection to the tone of Biden's first national address March 11, which was given on the one-year anniversary of the World Health Organization declaration of the coronavirus outbreak as a world pandemic and hours after he signed a $1.9 trillion spending bill that was delivered only with Democrat support in Congress under the guise of it being COVID-19 relief.

"It was almost like he was talking to us like we were in grade school: 'If you do what government tells you, exactly what we say, we might let you have a little independence come Independence Day,'" Jordan said. "Well, that's not how this great country works. That's not how freedom works. So we were kind of, I think, highlighting that as well."

Jordan appeared with former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, who noted the Biden government has "created the crisis at the border" after the Trump administration had it stabilized.

"Two months ago, President Trump, before he left office, says, 'If you undo the policies we put in place regarding the border, you will see a tidal wave of immigrants come across,'" Jordan said. "And that's exactly what we have seen; the tidal wave is here."

Meadows and Jordan were united in rebuking Democrats and the Biden administration for giving the Trump administration no credit for the vaccines, but blaming their predecessors for the influx of illegal immigrants flooding the border.

"Anything that goes wrong in our country, they're trying to blame on President Trump, instead of taking some responsibility for their policies that have caused the situation on our border," Jordan said. "It's just how the left operates, and Americans, they have common sense and they see through it all."

Meadows added: "If you look at President Biden, if it's good, he takes credit for it; if it's bad, he blames President Trump.

"They know exactly what is taking place here: It's inept policy coming out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue," Meadows continued. "It's really them sticking their head in the sand."

Continues in line with his ineptness to lead.

HE once again for the 879th time played the big buffoon that he is and referred the Kamala as "President Harris" yesterday.  This guy's dumber than a bag 'O rocks.  What an embarrassment to the greatest country on earth.

#impeachBiden

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11 minutes ago, Basset3 said:

Note that "vacant stare" Biden has...like there's nobody home.

There isn’t.  He checked out several years ago sadly. It’s sad when anyone suffers from memory/dementia issues but the last thing you should be doing is leading the greatest country on earth. 
 

#impeachbiden. 

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5 minutes ago, pennstater said:

There isn’t.  He checked out several years ago sadly. It’s sad when anyone suffers from memory/dementia issues but the last thing you should be doing is leading the greatest country on earth. 
 

#impeachbiden. 

The disease is being spread.

 

 

White House press secretary slips up, calls border migrant surge a 'crisis'

Jen Psaki referred to "the crisis on the border" after resisting calls to do so.

March 18, 2021, 3:25 PM
7 min read

White House press secretary slips, calls border situation ‘a crisis’

 
 
 
 
 
 
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For weeks, Biden administration officials have scrupulously avoided using the word "crisis" to describe the migrant surge on the southern border.

But White House press secretary Jen Psaki did exactly that during a press briefing Thursday.

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"There have been expectations set outside of, unrelated to, any vaccine doses or requests for them, that they would be partners in dealing with the crisis on the border," Psaki said.

Later, when another reporter asked her about her use of the term "crisis," she immediately reverted to "challenges" -- the word the White House has been using when repeatedly pressed on the most accurate way to refer to the growing problem.

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“When you were talking about how to go about diplomatic negotiations between the United States and Mexico, you said 'crisis on the border'," the reporter said.

 

"Challenges on the border," Psaki quickly tried to correct him, denying she intended to convey any change in the administration's official view.

Psaki has fielded dozens of questions on whether the situation at the border amounts to a crisis over the past few weeks.

As the number of people crossing the border, especially unaccompanied minors who are not turned away, has continued to climb, Psaki has been adamant that the word 'crisis' should not be used.

"Look, I don’t think we need to sit here and put new labels on what we have already conveyed is challenging, what we have conveyed is a top priority for the president, what our policy teams are working on every single day," she said March 9.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas steadfastly refused to refer to the situation as a "crisis" while testifying on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

"Given the tremendous rise and surge of individuals coming to the border, wouldn't it be fair to call it a crisis?" Rep. John Katko of New York, the ranking Republican member on the House Homeland Security Committee, asked Mayorkas.

"I'm not spending any time on the language that we use," Mayorkas said. "I am spending time on the operational response to the situation at the border."

PHOTO: Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., March 1, 2021.

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Mayorkas has also tried to use the word "challenge" to describe an influx of migration.

Asked if he believes there is a crisis at the border, Mayorkas said on March 1, "I think the answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it."

"The men and women of the Department of Homeland Security are working around the clock, seven days a week, to ensure that we do not have a crisis at the border, that we manage the challenge, as acute is the challenge is," he continued.

The White House's coordinator for the southern border, and former ambassador to Mexico, Roberta Jacobson, has also tried to avoid calling the increasing number of migrants a crisis.

"I’m not trying to be cute here, but I think the fact of the matter is, we have to do what we do regardless of what anybody calls the situation,” she said March 10.

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The administration's effort to minimize concern about immigration comes as the House is voting on bills that would provide pathways to citizenship for certain undocumented farmworkers as well as so-called "Dreamers," or undocumented who arrived in the U.S. as children. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested the plan to give legal status to undocumented immigrants would only encourage more illegal entries.

"The House is voting on immigration bills. Are they leaping into action to repair the crisis? No — they’re taking up an amnesty plan that would create a special new pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants working in certain industries. So, to summarize: The administration can’t admit they’ve caused a crisis; they have yet to address the crisis; and House Democrats are backing policies that would only exacerbate the wrong incentive," McConnell said Thursday.

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17 minutes ago, fedup said:

The disease is being spread.

 

 

White House press secretary slips up, calls border migrant surge a 'crisis'

Jen Psaki referred to "the crisis on the border" after resisting calls to do so.

March 18, 2021, 3:25 PM
7 min read

White House press secretary slips, calls border situation ‘a crisis’

 
 
 
 
 
 
00:3803:17
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jen Psaki called the situation at the U.S.-Mexico border "a crisis," despite a weeks-long effort by o...

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But White House press secretary Jen Psaki did exactly that during a press briefing Thursday.

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"There have been expectations set outside of, unrelated to, any vaccine doses or requests for them, that they would be partners in dealing with the crisis on the border," Psaki said.

Later, when another reporter asked her about her use of the term "crisis," she immediately reverted to "challenges" -- the word the White House has been using when repeatedly pressed on the most accurate way to refer to the growing problem.

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“When you were talking about how to go about diplomatic negotiations between the United States and Mexico, you said 'crisis on the border'," the reporter said.

 

"Challenges on the border," Psaki quickly tried to correct him, denying she intended to convey any change in the administration's official view.

Psaki has fielded dozens of questions on whether the situation at the border amounts to a crisis over the past few weeks.

As the number of people crossing the border, especially unaccompanied minors who are not turned away, has continued to climb, Psaki has been adamant that the word 'crisis' should not be used.

"Look, I don’t think we need to sit here and put new labels on what we have already conveyed is challenging, what we have conveyed is a top priority for the president, what our policy teams are working on every single day," she said March 9.

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas steadfastly refused to refer to the situation as a "crisis" while testifying on Capitol Hill Wednesday.

"Given the tremendous rise and surge of individuals coming to the border, wouldn't it be fair to call it a crisis?" Rep. John Katko of New York, the ranking Republican member on the House Homeland Security Committee, asked Mayorkas.

"I'm not spending any time on the language that we use," Mayorkas said. "I am spending time on the operational response to the situation at the border."

PHOTO: Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, D.C., March 1, 2021.

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Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas speaks during a press briefing a...

Mayorkas has also tried to use the word "challenge" to describe an influx of migration.

Asked if he believes there is a crisis at the border, Mayorkas said on March 1, "I think the answer is no. I think there is a challenge at the border that we are managing, and we have our resources dedicated to managing it."

"The men and women of the Department of Homeland Security are working around the clock, seven days a week, to ensure that we do not have a crisis at the border, that we manage the challenge, as acute is the challenge is," he continued.

The White House's coordinator for the southern border, and former ambassador to Mexico, Roberta Jacobson, has also tried to avoid calling the increasing number of migrants a crisis.

"I’m not trying to be cute here, but I think the fact of the matter is, we have to do what we do regardless of what anybody calls the situation,” she said March 10.

PHOTO: Undocumented immigrants climb up an embankment after they ran across the shallow Rio Grande into El Paso on March 17, 2021, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

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The administration's effort to minimize concern about immigration comes as the House is voting on bills that would provide pathways to citizenship for certain undocumented farmworkers as well as so-called "Dreamers," or undocumented who arrived in the U.S. as children. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell suggested the plan to give legal status to undocumented immigrants would only encourage more illegal entries.

"The House is voting on immigration bills. Are they leaping into action to repair the crisis? No — they’re taking up an amnesty plan that would create a special new pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants working in certain industries. So, to summarize: The administration can’t admit they’ve caused a crisis; they have yet to address the crisis; and House Democrats are backing policies that would only exacerbate the wrong incentive," McConnell said Thursday.

Yup.  Even with liberals; the truth will come out; no matter how much they lie..

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On 3/16/2021 at 7:16 PM, Lupara said:

 

 3 times as many illegals have been caught vs the the previous administration.:good:

Because ten times as many are trying to walk free around the door. :D

Ill be waiting for the BIden vs Putin public debate. 

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Can you believe his ignorant family and friends? Real nice GREEDY SUNS-A-B1TCHES. Let this man embarrass his self daily. 

They are a pathetic group of Liberals.

What do I keep telling you people about Liberals, they will eat their own, and what they are doing to Joe proves me to be correct.

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