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Biden: It’s ‘My Intention’ to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

Biden: It’s ‘My Intention’ to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

“We’re working out the details now.”

President Joe Biden told the media it’s his “intention” to visit the border when he makes a trip to Mexico in a few days:

REPORTER: “Are you going to be visiting the border when you head down to Mexico?”

BIDEN: “That’s my intention. We’re working out the details now.”

Legal Insurrection readers know all about the border crisis that exploded during Biden’s presidency. I don’t have to go into detail.

Biden will attend the North American Leaders’ Summit on January 9 and 10 to meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.

Biden has never visited the border. “Border Czar” Vice President Kamala Harris hasn’t done anything either. The administration insists pushes aside all the problems at the border.


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Drop him off in Juárez and let him find his own way home to El Paso.

The Gentle Grizzly | January 5, 2023 at 9:44 am

He’ll probably end up in Windsor.

Rest assured The Sundowner will visit some place along the border that has a border wall and effective security measures, to present the illusion that everything is under control all along the border.

    txvet2 in reply to Paul. | January 5, 2023 at 12:52 pm

    Naturally. I think they’re reporting that he’s going to El Paso, one of the few places in Texas where there’s actually a wall – not that it makes any difference, because all of the illegals head for the CBP facility to get processed into “legals”.

BIDEN: “That’s my intention. We’re working out the details now.”

Translation: “We’re preparing questions for reporters to ask when I get there and I’m going over my cards with the answers.”

I can hardly wait for the tall tales Biden will tell at/after his trip:

I once met Ponce De Leon and Che Guevara in a cantina on the set of the Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Clint Eastwood was waiting tables. We were talking about a wall to keep Americans out of Mexico over Tequila shots and arguing who gets the worm. Then that rascal Che said “Walls? We don’t need no stinkin’ walls!” as he slapped the high-capacity magazine on his AR-15 assault weapon.

Any book being made for which State(s) he visits? Is there an over/under for number of locations or duration?

You can just feel the urgency

    He used to be concerned when he felt the urgency, but after wearing depends for awhile he got used to the feeling and hardly notices it anymore.

Biden’s probably planning to evict the Mexican boder for not paying the rent on time.

Does driving by the border in his presidential limo really count as a visit?

    Paula in reply to UJ. | January 5, 2023 at 1:24 pm

    That’s debatable since Biden and Corn Pop will be too engrossed watching a movie on the infotainment system to bother looking out the window.

He plans to visit the southern border of Mexico, and when he comes back home, he’s just going to say, “Whut.”

I think he means this restaurant franchise:

BierceAmbrose | January 5, 2023 at 4:05 pm

Give them a break. It takes a lot of planning for that Prez to visit that border without creating an awkward photo op.

Steven Brizel | January 6, 2023 at 8:28 am

Meeting with Trudeau? That’s like in more ways than one meeting with Castro

Steven Brizel | January 6, 2023 at 8:31 am

I don’t know how manyCanadians or concerned Americans have read this but it is fascinating and compelling reading

FAIR writes:

After two years and over 5 million illegal border crossings, President Biden will finally visit the southern border on Sunday. But not an actual hot spot – instead he’ll visit El Paso, which is conveniently being cleaned up.

City sidewalks that have been transformed into makeshift homeless camps for illegal aliens have been cleared out. They’re trying to make it look like nothing’s wrong!

Stay tuned to FAIR for a recap on Biden’s long-delayed visit, and how it is nothing more than a carefully choreographed photo-op designed to quell criticism of a crisis he created.