Majority call border crisis a ‘catastrophe,’ blame Biden and Democrats

Published January 22, 2024

Voters are pulling no punches when it comes to their view of the escalating national security and humanitarian crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, blaming President Joe Biden and Democrats for the disaster.

And they are eager for Republicans to take charge of immigration and border security.

Just days after Biden clashed with his Homeland Security chief and said the border isn’t secure, a new Rasmussen Reports survey shared Monday morning with Secrets said most likely voters blame the president for the disaster.

When asked if Biden, from his first day in office, has “worked to systematically undermine America’s border security,” 58% agreed, while 37% didn’t. On that question, 42% of Democrats agreed that the result of Biden’s failure has been a “humanitarian and national security catastrophe.”

What’s more, by a 50%-38% margin, voters said they trust Republicans more than Democrats on border policy.



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National Guard soldiers patrol the Rio Grande at the U.S.-Mexico border on January 9 in Eagle Pass, Texas. (John Moore/Getty Images)
Published January 22, 2024

The State of Texas has passed legislation to accomplish what the Biden administration’s federal government refuses to do: affirm and defend America’s status as a sovereign nation with controlled borders.

Also Known as the “guarantee clause,” Article IV, Section 4 of the Constitution states, “The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them from Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic violence.”

Yes, the de facto open U.S. southern border with Mexico is the scene of a true invasion of unvetted people, sex traffickers, prospective terrorists, and deadly narcotics, most particularly fentanyl.

More than 10 million people — totaling more than the individual populations of 41 states — have been reported illegally entering the United States since President Joe Biden took office in January 2021, by far the greatest number in history and of any administration.

That trespass rate has escalated, with more than 300,000 crossing the border in December ’23 alone, and at least 169 apprehensions of individuals on terrorist watch lists along with 28,000 Chinese nationals — many of them males of military age.

Not counted among these are the got-aways, many of them transporting Mexican cartel drugs using base ingredients from China.

An estimated 127,000 Americans died of fentanyl in 2020-21 alone, nearly three-times as many casualties as soldiers lost in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan combined.

The Biden open border policy is also at odds with the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act whereupon Congress sets priorities and annual limits on authorized numbers of legal immigrants.

While abolishing quotas, the legislation opened doors to “those who can contribute most to this country — to its growth, to its strength, to its spirit.,” creating a preference system that focused on immigrants’ skills and family relations with citizens or U.S. residents.

Last June, the state of Texas, having experienced the brunt economic, social, and criminal impacts of Biden administration open border policies, signed a sweeping package of six border security laws to compensate for lack of federal protections.

Among many provisions, the measure (SB-4) grants local law enforcement the power to arrest illegal migrants, gives judges the ability to issue orders to remove them to Mexico, and grants Texas National Guard and Texas Department of Public Safety the authority to block federal border control agents from interfering.

Notably, the new law does not apply to people lawfully present in the U.S., including those who have been granted asylum or who are enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.



RELATED: 30 Hours on Biden’s Open Border

Published January 22, 2024

Townhall’s Spencer Brown spent 30 hours along Biden’s open border in Rio Grande Valley, Texas, and discovered that, yes, the crisis is even worse than we thought.





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