After two and a half years of having millions of illegal immigrants pour across America’s southern border, the Biden administration finally decided to resume construction of former President Donald Trump’s border wall on Thursday.
The Department of Homeland Security’s announcement that it plans to “rebuild a portion of the fortification” in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas came as quite a surprise, given that Biden pledged during his presidential run that there would “not be another foot of wall constructed [under his] administration.” Then again, the Delaware Democrat has never been known as someone who tells the truth.
Aside from failed presidential candidates like Robert Francis O’Rourke, very few Democrats have openly criticized Biden for authorizing continued construction of the border wall. Given Democrat politicos’ knack for conveniently forgetting what side of an issue they held two minutes ago, it seems only fair to remind them — and the rest of the country — what they had to say about the issue when Trump was president.
Ahead of the 2019 government shutdown over border security, the then-House speaker didn’t mince words when criticizing Trump amid his insistence that Congress fund new wall construction along the U.S.-Mexico border….