There have been no shortage of complaints about Joe Biden’s first term as President of the United States, and it’s easy to so why that is.
The last eight months of governance have been some of the most bumbled and fumbled that we’ve ever seen from a Commander in Chief, as the obviously aging Biden struggles to contain even one of the several crises that are plaguing his team.
Of those troubles, few are as pronounced as the crisis on the southern border, where a surge of migrants continue to spill into the United States. Those on the ground have described the situation as a “disaster”, stating unequivocally that the administration has essentially left the border “open” to these migrants.
That hasn’t sat well with Biden’s former boss, who is lashing out at him this week.
Former President Barack Obama said Tuesday that open border policies on the Southern border were “unsustainable” for the United States.
“We have borders,” Obama said in an interview with ABC News host Robin Roberts. “The idea that we can just have open borders is something that … as a practical matter, is unsustainable.”
The president acknowledged that President Joe Biden was still dealing with migrant emergencies on the Southern border, calling it a “painful reminder” that America had not fixed the broken immigration system.
The comments certainly don’t seem to reflect the “bromance” that the mainstream media manufactured between Biden and Obama, and marks a major tipping point in the Democratic Party’s tolerance of Biden’s ineptitude.