TRUTH: Immigration KILLING Biden Campaign

Joe Biden

( – In a staggering admission for the left, CNN analyst Scott Jennings has recognized that immigration issues are severely undermining President Joe Biden’s chances of reelection.

During a discussion on CNN, host Amara Walker invited Jennings to offer his insights on former President Donald Trump’s suggestion of creating a fight league for migrants, The Daily Wire reports.

Jennings highlighted a significant public endorsement for Trump’s immigration strategies, stating, “Two-thirds of the American people support Donald Trump’s policy prescriptions for immigration right now, including a majority of Hispanics in the United States.”

When Walker questioned whether these views could be seen as racist or xenophobic, she described Trump’s characterization of migrants as inherently malign and prone to violence, thereby reducing them to mere subjects of entertainment.

In response, Jennings defensively reiterated, “Oh, is he?” and pointed to incidents where undocumented migrants have allegedly committed serious offenses, such as murder, under the Biden administration.

He posed rhetorical questions using hypothetical victims to underscore his point: “Is he painting them as being violent? I mean, would Laken Riley think they were violent? Would Rachel Morin think they were violent? Would Jocelyn Nungaray in Texas think they were violent?”

Expanding his critique, Jennings cited further alarming cases: “How about the girl that was raped in broad daylight in New York City? How about the girl that was kidnapped in Missouri?”

He conceded that the U.S. does host violent individuals and that Trump’s rhetoric is notably provocative.

However, Jennings firmly reiterated, “But the bottom line is immigration is killing Joe Biden’s campaign right now. This is why he has a low approval rating,” linking these challenges directly to the administration’s declining popularity.

Jennings then tackled the potential backlash of labeling concerned Americans as prejudiced or xenophobic, emphasizing the widespread desire for a resolution to these immigration issues.

“And if you want to call two-thirds of the country racist or xenophobic because they’re in a mood right now that they want this fixed, yes, agree. By all means, go on. It’s not going to work,” he said.

In policy developments, Biden recently signed an executive order imposing a temporary limitation on asylum requests at the southern border should illegal crossings exceed a predetermined threshold.

Furthermore, last week, he introduced a measure aimed at preventing the deportation of undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens.

Current data from FiveThirtyEight shows that Biden’s approval rating stands at a mere 39.5%.

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