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Pelosi: GOP Focusing on Border Because ‘They Are Bankrupt of Ideas’ on How To Help Americans




House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Accused Republicans of focusing on the situation on the southern border because they couldn’t think of ideas on how to help the American people.

“It’s under the control of the Biden administration. It’s changed, and will last, but value -based, humane in its aspects, pragmatic with a plan to get things done,” Pelosi said at his press conference on Friday.

He added, “It’s not just a tactic of diversity on the part of Republicans because they’re bankrupt with ideas on how to improve the lives of American citizens. They run across the border.”

Watch part of Pelosi’s press conference below:

Pelosi apparently re -released his comments from one of his press conferences last week, as Reported by IJR.

“I think their approach to Dr. Seuss didn’t work for them so they had to change the subject,” Pelosi said. “But we don’t prioritize our values ​​and how we can make a difference in the lives of American citizens to be attributed to the losses of ideas that Republicans have.”

Pelosi’s comments came after Republicans spent time reacting in a decision to stop publishing six of Dr.’s books. Seuss for offensive imagery.

Republicans are referring to surge of unaccompanied young migrants on the U.S.-Mexico border as a “crisis.” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) called the situation “crisis on the border of Biden.”

Sen. Lindsey Graham (SS.C.) called to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to resign, saying the administration had “lost control of the border.”

“It’s time for DHS Secretary Mayorkas to change course or change jobs. The situation is bad and will only get worse. Unless there is an immediate and drastic change, the worst is still to come – right now,” Graham added.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki called the situation a “crisis” but then walked back to his comment, as Reported by IJR.

A reporter in a press release on Thursday commented on his use of the term and asked if it indicated a change in the administration’s view of the border state.

“Border challenges,” Psaki replied.


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