Joe Biden should have never halted construction of President Trump’s border wall

Now the current sitting is “under investigation” by the Government Accountability Office for failing to funds allocated by Congress to complete the construction process. Biden broke the law by freezing the money in violation of budget rules designed to keep Congress in charge of federal cash flow. 

The investigation comes at the peak of Biden’s failure on the border. In addition to scrapping Trump’s common sense reform, Biden himself has enacted policies that’s caused a humanitarian crisis so severe, prominent Democrats, and even the President of Mexico are speaking out. 

Forty Senate Republicans wrote a letter to the Government Accountability Office informing them of Biden’s crimes. The Senators claim that Biden suspended wall construction and, as a result, “upended operational control of our southern border which is now compromised and a humanitarian and national security crisis has ensued.” 

The letter added:

We believe Biden violated the Impoundment Control Act (ICA), as interpreted by your office, and we request your legal opinion on the matter. Prompt action to end these violations is required to restore order at the border.

More than 60 House Republicans joined the Senators in calling for a GAO investigation on the matter:

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It’s remains unlikely that Biden will face any formal punishment if it’s determined federal law was broken by halting border wall construction. 

The news of an investigation comes as the Biden administration struggles to maintain control of the southern border after spitefully abandoning many of the Trump’s common sense reforms. Currently, Biden has instructed border officials to begin releasing illegal immigrants into the U.S. without any Notice to Appear in immigration court. 

Unaccompanied minors are steadily crossing the border in record numbers. The Biden administration is currently in custody of more than 15,000 illegal children – many of whom are being stored in over-packed “pods” to prevent the spread of COVID-19.  

by: Susan Dohm  

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