The attorney general for the state of West Virginia, taking up a theme that is appearing more and more often, is accusing Joe Biden of doing things to hurt America – deliberately.
He cited drugs coming into America through Mexico along with millions of illegal aliens, largely because of Biden’s decision to abandon President Trump’s security measures, and the deaths that are resulting.
“And I’m not telling you that all these problems started just the beginning of the Biden administration,” West Virginia AG Patrick Morrisey said, “But there seems to be, you know, a much greater effort to just, not only completely ignore, but really allow or encourage these types of rampant and destructive behaviors to occur.”
In a report in Just the News, he explained the Biden administration knows the result of its border crisis is “heavy crime and death, and yet, not only do they do nothing, they’re actually trying to block the states from protecting their own citizens.”
He said the Biden administration is doing worse than simply not enforcing the nation’s laws, he is “purposefully trying” to harm the nation, the report said.
“[A]t some point, you can’t say that when you fail to do your job, it’s negligence or pure dereliction of duty,” Morrisey told the John Solomon Reports podcast. “This is like active commission of activities that are leading to death and destruction.”
He specifically cited the broken southern border where, “Mexican drug cartels are making an estimated $100 million a week … on human trafficking,” he charged.
Then there are those drugs.
Texas police “captured 1,200 pounds of fentanyl — that’s enough deadly doses to kill off over 220 million Americans,” Morrisey said.
“The Biden administration knows all these facts, they don’t care about having obstructions and blocking any of the undocumented aliens from coming in. They know that the cost of this is heavy crime and death, and yet, not only do they do nothing, they’re actually trying to block the states from protecting their own citizens. That’s unacceptable on any level.”
He said Americans need to realize that it’s not just neglect, it’s “actually downright trying to destroy the fabric of our country and being willing to let our people go to slaughter.”
He said in his own state, the drugs causing death from overdoses can be traced “back to Mexico through the production of the drug cartels.”
The same theme had been raised just days earlier in a commentary by Spencer Brown at Townhall.
He pointed out that Biden “right out of the gate” killed America’s energy independence and flooded the federal government with “woke nonsense.”
But he’s failed to “unify” the nation as he promised, has let inflation run “out of control,” left a supply chain “broken” and opened the door to “emboldened” foes.
“President Biden’s promise to ‘shut down the virus’ completely fell apart when the Delta and Omicron variants of the Wuhan coronavirus popped up, and despite his efforts to paint a picture of a president in action, his OSHA vaccine mandate for private employers got slapped down by the Supreme Court. All the while, Biden’s COVID messaging was more of the same divisive rhetoric that’s become a trademark of his administration.”
Finally, he “threw his hands up and declared that there’s no federal solution to the pandemic,” he wrote.
“According to the CDC’s dashboard, there have now been more COVID deaths under Biden’s leadership than Trump’s,” he continued.
He’s been a “failure” on the world stage, reaching a low point with the Afghanistan pullout that included the murders of 13 U.S. service members in an ISIS attack.
“Biden has angered and confused our country’s allies,” he warned.
Back inside the U.S., Spencer explained, life is “more expensive, more dangerous, and more uncertain” because of Biden.
“His first year saw gas shortages, food shortages and grocery store rationing, a broken supply chain, runaway inflation, labor shortages, and turbulent markets. Through it all, Biden denied the pain being felt by Americans. Inflation that’s reached four-decade highs was brushed off as ‘transitory.’ Accusations that Biden’s economic policy isn’t proactive enough are dismissed as ‘malarkey.’ All of it from the president who promised to ‘build back better,'” he said.
“Biden has failed at even the most basic functions of his office, such as using his power and influence as a president to guide legislative priorities through a Congress his party controls, albeit narrowly,” he noted.
“All his unforced errors and foolhardy decisions have taken a toll on the American people, our national reputation, and Biden’s own favorability, even among those who watched his inauguration with hope one year ago,” he said.
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