Speaker Johnson Drops Bomb About Biden’s Puppet Masters

Many have argued that Joe Biden hasn’t done well as president for years, and House Speaker Mike Johnson has just given them more evidence.

While appearing on “Mornings with Maria,” Johnson informed Maria Bartiromo that he believed Biden’s staff was hindering his ability to take executive action in order to secure the U.S. border with Mexico.

Johnson reported that he had been attempting to persuade the president to resume construction of the border wall and reinstate the “Remain in Mexico” policy that was initially implemented by former President Trump.

Despite Trump taking those measures and Johnson telling the president that he has all he needs to begin border security, Biden has maintained that he does not have the power to do so.

However, “Executive Order Biden” suddenly insists on saying that Congress must take action before he can.

Nothing will likely change until after the November election if Biden persists in his refusal to take unilateral action on the border. The Republican-controlled House is highly unlikely to adopt the Senate-negotiated border solution, which reportedly includes extra help for Ukraine.

The bill currently proffered by senators is “dead on arrival” in the House, according to Johnson, if the deal is indeed as reported.

Although Johnson didn’t appear hopeful about the deal’s potential, he did state that he was receptive to the idea that it might be better than what others have said.

The Hill reported that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, stated Thursday that the text of the newly negotiated accord would be accessible this weekend, despite his refusal to allow a vote on H.R. 2.

Political observers say that a combination of Biden’s age and his inability to secure the border has his approval rating approaching levels where being reelected is extremely implausible.

Many believe Biden will either step aside voluntarily or be ousted.

If President Biden were to resign, it would be the second such move in modern U.S. history, after Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968 and Harry Truman in 1952.