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Democrat Representative exposes and betrays Biden in insane new development


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Joe Biden is seen as the Democrat leader because of his position as president. However, it appears his support among his own party is rapidly falling.

And a Democrat Representative exposes and betrays Biden in an insane new development.

In a strong critique from within his own party, Rep. Pat Ryan (D-NY) openly criticized President Joe Biden’s handling of the border crisis during an interview on Fox News Channel’s America’s Newsroom.

Ryan emphasized that while the president has started to take action, it has been far too slow to address the pressing issues at the southern border.

Rep. Ryan, who represents a swing district in New York, highlighted the urgent need for a bipartisan approach to solving the border crisis.

He noted that his constituents have been deeply concerned about the issue for over a year, and he has been vocal in calling for both state and federal leadership to step up their efforts.

“We need to step up our efforts, in a bipartisan way. This should not be partisan. It’s top of mind for my constituents,” Ryan said.

He further emphasized, “For over a year now — since day one in Congress, I’ve called on the President, I’ve called on our governor in New York, we’ve got to get our act together and, when in charge, take charge, secure the border and let’s pass this bipartisan bill that’s been stalled.”

When pressed by Fox News host Bill Hemmer about the responsibility for the border crisis, Ryan did not shy away from holding the president accountable.

“Doesn’t this come back to the President, right? He’s the one who signed 70 executive orders when he went to the White House,” Hemmer asked.

Ryan responded, “There is plenty of blame to go around here. For decades, we’ve failed to stop acting like politicians and actually be patriots, actually come together to secure our border, a foundational responsibility of the country.”

Hemmer then pressed further, asking if Ryan would admit that the responsibility starts with Biden.

Ryan’s response was clear and unequivocal: “Well, yeah, I said it earlier, when in charge, take charge. I’ve said this publicly. The President is in charge and he needs to take more urgent action, and he’s starting to do that. It’s too slow.”

Since taking office, President Biden has faced significant criticism for his approach to border security.

Upon entering the White House, Biden signed numerous executive orders aimed at reversing many of the Trump administration’s immigration policies.

Critics argue that these actions have led to a surge in illegal immigration, overwhelming border facilities and causing a humanitarian crisis.

The Biden administration’s policies, including halting the construction of the border wall and ending the “Remain in Mexico” policy, have been seen by many as signals that the U.S. borders are open.

This perception has led to a massive increase in migrants attempting to cross into the United States illegally.

The situation at the border is not only a humanitarian crisis but also a security concern.

Reports of increased drug trafficking and human smuggling have added to the urgency of the situation. Border Patrol agents are overwhelmed, and local communities are struggling to cope with the influx of migrants.

Rep. Ryan’s call for bipartisan action reflects a broader consensus that comprehensive immigration reform is necessary.

While there are many areas of disagreement, there is also a recognition that the current system is broken and in need of major overhaul.

Ryan’s criticism of Biden is significant, especially coming from a Democrat in a swing district.

It underscores the growing frustration within the party and highlights the potential political fallout if the administration does not take more decisive action.

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