There's a crisis at the border and Democrats are admitting it. Or at least they have in the past.
President Obama, thank you for your great support – I have been saying this all along! pic.twitter.com/L506g9Aq4z— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 10, 2019
Let’s talk about building a border fence pic.twitter.com/rrRZzuX1OU— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) December 21, 2018
DNC Chairman Tom Perez on the "public safety" imperative:
Shock video thread-— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) January 10, 2019
Thomas Perez, head of the DNC
1. Immigration reform is a “public safety imperative” pic.twitter.com/HoF4Pj5Cmi
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Senator Dick Durbin (who complained about the 2006 Fence Act not being enough coverage for the 2000 mile border), Senator Dianne Feinstein, former Vice President Joe Biden:
Vice presidential candidate and Democratic Senator Tim Kaine:
That was of course when previous presidents were in the White House. Now that President Trump is dealing with the same problems their perspectives, not the crisis, have changed.
Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer (N.Y.) on Thursday declared that Democrats will not provide any more funding for a border wall and are willing to wait until January, when a Democratic majority in the House will give them more leverage, to deal with the issue.
“I want to be crystal clear. There will be no additional appropriations to pay for the border wall. It’s done,” Schumer declared on the Senate floor.
8. Which all leads up to this-— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) January 10, 2019
Perez: “This is a manufactured crisis” pic.twitter.com/ShsbsPEGVB
You get the idea.
H/T Rich Weinstein