Republicans Are ‘Upset’ Enough To ‘Write’ A Letter To ICE

Illegal immigration isn’t ending! Did anyone expect them to stop? A free ride, literally on a plane, money, expedited legal status, why wouldn’t they come to the United States?

Republicans are getting sick of President Joe Biden’s Administration’s disaster to this country, and it’s time to turn that around. We’ll have to wait until after the 2022 midterm elections. You would think that Texas Governor Greg Abbott could do more to stop it, but he isn’t.

The media isn’t covering the southern border like they were, but that doesn’t mean the problem has ceased to exist. It’s likely due to the White House meeting with the press to give more favorable coverage to Biden’s Administration. That meeting might not have been the White House telling the press what to cover but what not to cover.

Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) tweeted:

Yes, that tweet reads like a 3-year-old, but Grassley is correct. It’s time to stand up to Biden, but it’s difficult when the Democrat party is so enthroned with the Biden Administration that they’ve lost a sense of patriotism. It’s a matter of national security to secure the border. Biden’s Administration’s fault is anything that happens because Biden’s Administration isn’t standing firm against this massive wave of illegal migration.

Representative Don Bacon (R-NE) tweeted and explained that every upset constituent has every right to be upset.

If someone wants to migrate into the United States legally, it takes years to put this into context. Senator John Kennedy (R-LA) explained it well.

Kennedy tweeted, “The American people don’t understand why a Nigerian doctor or a German machinist has to be vetted for years, but the Biden Administration welcomes anyone who can jump the fence at the southern border. That makes no sense to Americans. #BidenBorderCrisis.”

Republicans also wrote a letter questioning Immigration Control Enforcement about how this failure has happened. The letter also noted that 270,000 illegal immigrants had been scattered about the US with no repercussions.

Fewer tweets, more action. Republicans can write 100 letters and sign them, but nothing is done.