This week on FNC’s “Sunday Morning Futures,” Virginia’s Republican governor, Glenn Youngkin, said that President Joe Biden’s inaction at the US/Mexico border was creating “chaos.”
Nearly 150,000 unlawful border crossers were captured by Tucson Sector Border Patrol officers in the last three months. In the first four weeks of the current fiscal year alone, more than 47,000 people crossed.
Youngkin claims that the mayhem on the border is proof of Joe Biden’s ineffective leadership. Failure in foreign policy has led to international disarray, a deteriorating border situation, and problems with drugs, national security, and humanitarian disasters.
As the number of child fatalities from fentanyl in the United States rises, President Joe Biden’s administration has recommended that schools around the country stock up on the overdose reversal medicine naloxone (Narcan).
According to Youngkin, the United States’ economic woes can be traced back to the president’s failure to appreciate the need for sound fiscal management and an aggressive energy strategy in maintaining America’s position as the world’s preeminent provider of all necessities. This is harmful to the United States in every way.
He argued that international instability is being caused by Biden’s lack of strength in dealing with the Chinese, which has given them the confidence to engage in military aggression, economic coercion, conducting widespread surveillance, and attempting to embed Chinese people in the United States to further their objective.
Youngkin said that the Communist Party of China (CCP) is prohibited from purchasing property in Virginia. He also noted that the biggest naval installation in the world is located in Virginia.
A new bank records memo from House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) on Wednesday showed that Joe Biden was given forty thousand dollars in laundered cash from CEFC China Energy Co. in 2017 from the accounts of his brother James Biden and sister-in-law Sara Biden. The money came in the form of a personal check labeled as a “loan repayment.”