Innit strange:

Jonathan Finer, a White House deputy national-security adviser, was pressed on CNN yesterday about Ukraine’s relevance to U.S. national interests. “Why should Americans care about what’s happening in Ukraine?,” anchor John Berman asked. “Because it goes to a very fundamental principle of all nations, which is that our borders should be inviolate, and that our sovereignty should be respected,” Finer answered.  (bold mine)

Huh. Then why is the southern border of the US allowed to be so porous? Why are thousands of people each day allowed to cross the border and shipped to the interior of our country and then let go?

Look: I expect all politicians to be somewhat two faced, and further expect Liberal folks supported by the DNC to be liars to boot, but at what point is enough enough?

If border are important, then let us start with our own. And if they are not, then let’s not have Biden get into dick measuring contest with Putin, over  Ukraine,  where he is outmatched….


2 thoughts on “Innit strange:

  1. Because having an open southern border benefits the Democrats, and the impending conflict in Ukraine also benefits Democrats by distracting Americans from their dismal failures here at home and abroad?

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