G. McConway
January 7, 2023

Biden Fumbles Key Legislative Details During Immigration Speech

Joe Biden makes so many gaffes, I try to pick and choose which ones I support.

This one needed to be reported because it is rather significant.

It would appear that the man responsible for enforcing our immigration laws does not even know the basics of our immigration laws.

He Passes Law School?

We are now starting to understand how Joe Biden finished at the bottom of his class in law school… he does not know the law.

On Thursday, Joe Biden gave his first major speech of the year and it addressed immigration.

Currently Title 42 is the be-all, end-all legislation on this, but that will change to Title 8 once Title 42 expires.

Biden, while discussing this, stated, "Title 42 is going to go away before the end of the year, in terms of the Supreme Court. My prediction. And then we're going to have to use Title 9,"

Then, appearing flustered, stated, "Eight, right? Am I right? Yeah, Title Eight. Eight-nine."

This is a pretty big flub because Title 9 is modeled after Title 6, dealing largely with banning sexual discrimination. So, you can see why I am concerned that Biden got these two laws confused.

Joe, yet again, referred to Kamala Harris as the president, stating, "President Harris led this effort — led this effort to make things better in the countries from which they are leaving."

I am less concerned about the Harris gaffe than I am that Title 8 and 9 fiasco. You could even see a bit of shock on Harris' face in real time that she could not believe Biden was getting this wrong.

This man is seriously considering another run in 2024… that is a terrifying thought.

Source: Fox News

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