October 15, 2023

Attorneys Demand Biden End 'Catch And Release' Due To Terrorism Risk

A coalition of Republicans knows that this is a very tense time in the world that we're living through right now, and they think they have a good idea to make America at least a little bit safer.

Secure America's southern border.

If we are so concerned about safety across the globe as a country, then we should be EMBARRASSED by how little seriousness America's government is showing in trying to patch up our southern border.

America needs to be kept safe.

Sure, I'm all for trying to make sure that the good guys win across the pond, but let's not forget what the main concern of America's government should be:


Too often, Joe Biden and other liberals are far too focused on implementing their terrible ideas outside of the country, instead of standing up for the Americans struggling inside of this country.

Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is leading a group of Republicans who think some serious changes need to be made when it comes to America's national security.

The border would be the first place she wants to start.

Moody and 26 other Republicans made a filing that read, in part, "DHS’s mass release policies have been ‘akin to posting a flashing 'Come In, We’re Open' sign on the southern border.'"

"Given the risks illustrated by what happened this weekend in Israel, I am leading a coalition of 27 attorneys general taking action to force the Biden administration to enact responsible rulemaking to ensure our nation’s security at our southern border," Moody said.

Do you think these Republicans are right?

Does our national security start with making sure our own borders are safe?

Or do we have an obligation to make sure we're taking care of immigrants regardless of the scenario?

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