January 20, 2022

NY Times Coaches Joe Biden on How to Give $450K Payouts to Border Crossers

The New York Times is seemingly giving advice to President Joe Biden’s administration on how to provide potentially $450,000 payouts to border crossers subjected to former President Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” policy. Biden’s Departments of Justice (DOJ), Homeland Security (DHS), and Health and Human Services (HHS) are working to settle with a number of border crossers…

Poll: Over 6-in-10 Americans Oppose Biden’s $450K for Border Crossers

A wide majority of Americans oppose a plan circulated by President Joe Biden’s administration to provide payouts of $450,000 to each border crosser subjected to former President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy, a new poll reveals. Biden’s Departments of Justice (DOJ), Homeland Security (DHS), and Health and Human Services (HHS) are working to settle with…

Poll: Majority Strongly Oppose Biden’s $450K Payouts to Border Crossers

President Joe Biden’s reported plan to provide thousands of border crossers with $450,000 each as reparations-style payouts is hugely opposed by a majority of American likely voters, a new poll finds. Biden’s Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Health and Human Services (HHS) are working to settle with a number of…

“You can’t do this”: Republicans team up to block Biden’s $450K migrant payments

Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio joins Newsmax to discuss the Biden administration’s mixed messaging on reported massive payments to families of migrants who illegally crossed the U.S.-Mexico border. – via National Report, weekdays at 9AM ET on Newsmax Watch Newsmax on Directv 349, Xfinity 1115, Dish 216, Spectrum (see channels), Cox, Optimum, U-Verse 1120, FiOS […]

Biden’s $450K Reparations for Border Crossers Exceeds Payments to 9/11 Victims, American Military Families

A plan is being circulated by President Joe Biden’s administration to provide border crossers, subjected to former President Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” policy, with $450,000 reparations-style payouts that would exceed payments provided to American victims of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and American families of United States service members who die in combat. This week,…

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