Biden Supporters Along Southern Border Turn on POTUS After He Breaks Major Promise
The federal government is continuing to seize private land along the nation’s southern border — breaking a major promise by President Joe Biden.
A family in Hidalgo County, Texas, has lost a court battle that originated in the Trump administration, which intended to use the land for border wall construction.
In spite of that, a U.S. district judge confirmed Tuesday that the Cavazos family’s land would be immediately seized by eminent domain.
“We are utterly devastated,” landowner Baudilia Cavazos told Reason.
The family was hopeful the new administration would do things differently, particularly because Biden strongly opposed the border wall.
Biden had promised that he would not use eminent domain for the wall.
“End. Stop. Done. Over. Not going to do it. Withdraw the lawsuits. We’re out. We’re not going to confiscate the land,” he told NPR in August.
“He said not one more foot of wall and no land forfeitures. We took him at his word and we want him to keep his word.”
Biden’s immigration policies have lacked consistency, creating a crisis at the southern border where apprehensions are hitting record highs.
Unfortunately, the White House’s poor planning has created both a border crisis and a disaster for American families along the border.
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