Joe Biden could be run out of office after his EPIC failure was exposed

Joe Biden

President Biden’s days are numbered. His previous scandals were bad enough, but this takes the cake.

And Joe Biden could be run out of office after his EPIC failure was exposed.

Joe Biden has made it clear to the American public that he has no care for their safety and wellbeing.

Take a look at the border. Biden is not only failing to address the crisis, but actively helping those crossing the border to stay in the country.

It doesn’t matter the cost in the form of over-filled classrooms, overloaded infrastructure, crime, drugs, or jobs taken, Biden cares more to reward lawbreakers than his own fellow citizens.

Couple this with the fact that the only major superpower on the planet, China, has been blatantly spying on U.S. facilities via spy balloon this week.

60,000 feet in the air their contraption is snapping photos of sensitive installations across the country and, in some areas, grounding flights.

But instead of shooting it down, Biden has decided to let this violation go unchecked.

No matter what he says, he’s acting as though we are a nation without any borders or sovereignty.

And the head of Border Patrol is taking him to task for his complete failure.

“China [is] watching our border more closely than the Biden Admin,” the Official Union of the U.S. Border Patrol said on Twitter Friday morning.

The union statement comes as a suspected Chinese spy balloons over the United States, and Republicans, such as Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, have suggested that President Joe Biden has not paid enough attention to the border, despite the fact that millions of border crossers and illegal aliens have flooded into the country.

Earlier this week, during a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Rep. Tom McClintock (R-CA) noted that since taking office in late January 2021, Biden’s administration has welcomed an illegal alien population of 2.9 million — who have little chance of ever being deported under the Biden administration’s expansive parole pipeline.

Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder, Pentagon press secretary, said in a statement on Thursday that the US has “detected and is tracking a high-altitude surveillance balloon that is currently over the continental United States.”

Ryder went on to say:

The U.S. government, to include NORAD, continues to track and monitor it closely. The balloon is currently traveling at an altitude well above commercial air traffic, and does not present a military or physical threat to people on the ground. Instances of this kind of balloon activity have been observed previously over the past several years. Once the balloon was detected, the U.S. government acted immediately to protect against the collection of sensitive information.”

Furthermore, as Kristina Wong of Breitbart News wrote, a senior defense official informed reporters at a briefing, “We are confident that this high-altitude surveillance balloon belongs to the [People’s Republic of China].”

The same official noted that President Joe Biden had been briefed on the situation and had asked for military options but was recommended by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, Gen. Mark Milley, and the commander of NORTHCOM, Gen. Glen VanHerck “not to take kinetic action due to the risk to safety and security of the people on the ground from the possible debris field.”

Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY), Chair of the House Republican Conference and senior member of the Intelligence and Armed Services Committees, ordered an intelligence briefing on the suspected Chinese spy balloon “violating” US airspace on Friday.

“I am demanding an immediate intelligence briefing so that we can know exactly how this happened and what malign intentions are behind this spying to ensure we hold China accountable, so the CCP does not violate American sovereignty again,” Stefanik stated.

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