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Invasion Narrative

Why are people freaking out about a supposed immigration crisis? After all, there is plenty of evidence that the “Biden surge” is a media manufactured “crisis” started by racist Trump staffer Stephen Miller and Fox News. In particular, apprehensions at the southern border were rising sharply even before Joe Biden was elected.

So why the sudden concern? Clearly to distract us from GOP efforts at voter suppression (and insurrection, and selling the country out to foreign dictators, including Putin, and even the GOP failures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic). Indeed, the GOP started blaming Biden for the ongoing border problems just one day after he was sworn in as president.

We’ve been trying to solve the immigration problem since long before Ronald Reagan got elected.

© Jen Sorensen


  1. Jeff wrote:

    This highlights a major issue I have with the GOP every time the power shifts in Washington. They ignore unemployment, the deficit, the debt, wars, healthcare, immigration, race issues, and every other major problem while they hold the white house. Then, when they’re booted out for failing to solve any of these problems, they suddenly seem to realize how bad things are, and begin blaming the new administration.

    I know it’s done deliberately, and that their base laps it up, but I just can’t understand how anyone else could fall for such obvious crap.

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 6:56 am | Permalink
  2. Ray wrote:

    The “conservative” Republican base is dumb enough to believe in the two Santa Clauses the GOP has pretended to be since 1974.
    The MSM just can’t see it, because they are, probably, a BIG part of the problem.

    Saturday, March 27, 2021 at 8:12 am | Permalink
  3. ebdoug wrote:

    Someone who worked on immigration wrote in very good and long comments on E-V this morning 3/28/2021

    Sunday, March 28, 2021 at 8:48 am | Permalink
  4. Iron Knee wrote:

    What Eva is talking about is Sunday’s Electoral-Vote section on Immigration. Definitely worth a read.

    Monday, March 29, 2021 at 8:19 pm | Permalink