Biden's Border Invasion Is A Daily Reminder To Reelect Trump

Elections have consequences, and never has that reality been clearer than when Joe Biden replaced Donald Trump as commander-in-chief in 2021.

As I highlighted Monday at The Federalist, Joe Biden’s mental incapacity is only half the problem; his failed policies represent an equally devastating indictment of his presidency and now his reelection campaign. President Biden’s “near immediate and absolute reversal” of Trump’s foreign policy turned our world into a chaotic tinderbox, and his reversal of border security shows the same kind of damage — but closer to home.

In the case of border security, the change came quickly, with Biden, in his first 100 days in office, reportedly executing 10 different orders on immigration that directly reversed Trump’s policies.

“I want to make it clear … I’m not making new law; I’m eliminating bad policy,” Biden said when he signed several immigration-related executive orders on Feb. 2, 2021, less than a month into his presidency. “What I’m doing is taking on the issues that — 99 percent of them — that the president — the last president of the United States issued executive orders I felt were very counterproductive to our security, counterproductive to who we are as a country, particularly in the area of immigration.”

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