Republicans are now vowing to restart construction on the southern border wall if they retake the House in 2022.
This should have Democrats extremely nervous because Biden’s border crisis is making voters very angry.
Also, the Republicans are already only about six seats away from retaking the House majority.
GOP: If We Win Back House, We’ll Restart Border Wall Construction
House Republicans have declared that they will start work again on the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border if they win control of the House in the midterm elections, the Washington Examiner reported on Monday.
When he entered the White House in January, President Joe Biden halted construction of new sections of the border wall, one of former President Donald Trump’s major projects.
The GOP apparently plans to make border security a top campaign issue for the midterms next year.
The topic has become a significant concern among voters recently as thousands of unaccompanied minors have swarmed across the U.S.-Mexico border seeking asylum after Biden became president.
A new Fox News poll of 1,000 registered voters found that 46% of respondents believe the border situation is worse under Biden than it was during the Trump administration, while only 15% said it is better.
Among those surveyed, 56% said they believe Biden is completely or mostly to blame for the sharp rise in illegal border migration.
Heads up, Democrats. No one has forgotten a thing.
When Republicans take back the House in 2022, you better believe that we will NOT forget the obstruction and refusal to cooperate from the Democrats.
I’m tired of the GOP always having to be the ones to “play fair”.
When we take back the House, we’re not backing down.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) April 23, 2021
Maxine Waters ought to be STRIPPED of her committee assignments. If Republicans take back the House in 2022, I will make this one of my TOP priorities.
— Ronny Jackson (@RonnyJacksonTX) April 23, 2021
President Biden's 100-day mark is this week and neither he nor VP Harris have visited the border. The number of children detained is highest in recorded history. You can't understand the magnitude of the problem or the human suffering until you see it firsthand. They need to go. pic.twitter.com/vVlfWEewi8
— Congresswoman Tenney (@RepTenney) April 26, 2021
It’s time for another red wave.