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Democrats across the nation have been less and less supportive of Joe Biden and his horrible policies. But now, this recent move could change everything.

Because the Biden administration has suffered a massive betrayal that could completely cripple them.

On Wednesday, a group of moderate and centrist House Democrats urged Congress and President Joe Biden to move toward securing the border between the United States and Mexico.

Following Biden’s signing of a $95 billion foreign aid package into law, Reps. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA), Jared Golden (D-ME), Mary Peltola (D-AK), Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX), and Don Davis (D-NC) issued a statement.

According to The Cook Political Report, all of these candidates are considered to be in “toss up” or “lean Democrat” races in 2024.

They said, “Our national security interests don’t stop at our physical borders. That is why we voted to send more weapons to Ukraine for its fight against Russia.”

“The lesson of Pearl Harbor must not be forgotten: appeasement invites aggression against us. As Speaker [Mike] Johnson stated last week, we would rather send ‘bullets than American boys.’”

The group claimed that, in addition to standing up for American allies, they “strongly agree” with the National Border Patrol Council “that Congress and the President must act and bring order to the Southern border.”

“That is why we all voted last month for $19.6 billion for Border Patrol so that it could ramp up its efforts to secure the border, and why we also voted for H.R. 3602 on Saturday,” they said, making reference to border security legislation that was not passed while lawmakers were debating a series of bills for the foreign aid package.

They are “calling today on President Biden to use the authority given the executive by Congress to immediately reimplement,” the Democrats declared, referring to a U.S. Code provision intended to send migrants back to Mexico while legal proceedings are ongoing.

Additionally, they made reference to Title 42, which permitted authorities to swiftly turn away migrants at the border on the basis of public health during the pandemic

They also urged leaders of both the House and the Senate to “pass legislation to give Border Patrol back the expulsion authority that expired last year.”

Border security and immigration have emerged as major concerns for Americans ahead of the November presidential election, given that the backlog of undocumented immigrants and asylum applicants is expected to surpass 8 million by October.

Part of the reason why hardline Republicans resisted the foreign aid bill, which aims to strengthen U.S. allies like Taiwan, Israel, and Ukraine, was because it contained very few provisions intended to ease the border problem.

A comment from National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd, who spoke to Fox News over the weekend, was featured in the House Democrats’ statement.

Judd said, “We are beyond disappointed that the House would give aid to secure the borders of foreign countries but gave nothing to allow the Border Patrol to secure the safety of the United States.”

He added, “There’s nothing more backwards. I wouldn’t have even expected taxpayers’ dollars. They could have given us policy, and that would have been enough.”

This recent statement by members of Joe Biden’s own party shows the major fracture in the Democrat party, and it highlights the challenge Joe Biden will have to receive enough votes in November.

Joe Biden and the radical Left continually make laws and pass bills that do nothing for the American people and instead focus on allowing illegal immigrants into the nation or giving hundreds of billions of dollars to foreign governments.

We cannot allow this anti-American madness to continue any longer.

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