NEW Statement From President Trump On Biden’s Chaos

#Joe must go

Wow, just read that statement by President Trump.

It’s almost unreal that one man would be responsible for so much chaos and destruction, and within only 7 months of usurping The White House.

I guess the supreme law is being demonstrated here: THIS is the consequence of stolen elections. Cheaters never prosper, or at least not for very long.

This past week’s events have shown the entire world what we have known before day 1: the emperor has no clothes, and even if he did, he wouldn’t know where they were.

President Trump made a laundry list of Biden’s stunning failures:


President Trump’s “stay in Mexico” policy was ordered reinstated by The Supreme Court according to Politico:

The Supreme Court has issued an order effectively forcing the Biden administration to restore the Trump administration’s “Remain in Mexico” policy, which requires many asylum seekers to wait in Mexico while they await hearings on their requests for safe haven in the U.S.

The high court’s order, issued on Tuesday evening over the dissent of the court’s three Democratic appointees, rejected the Justice Department’s request for a stay that would have allowed the controversial policy to remain on ice while litigation over President Joe Biden’s effort to rescind it continues.




President Trump’s policy was extremely effective according to USA Today :

The Trump administration implemented the Migrant Protection Protocols program in January 2019 as part of its effort to limit immigration – both legal and illegal – at the U.S.-Mexico border and end what critics call “catch and release” policies. By the end of 2020, the Trump administration had enrolled 68,000 people in the program, according to court records.

The program permitted the U.S. to send migrants, including those from Central America, to Mexico while they waited for an immigration judge to review their case. A federal district court in Texas found that the policy acted as a deterrent, leading to a significant reduction in enforcement encounters along the nation’s southern border.


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