An American broadcaster forgets the microphone is open and insults Biden with an obscene word

An American broadcaster forgets the microphone is open and insults Biden with an obscene word

2024-01-31 12:49

An American broadcaster forgets the microphone is open and insults Biden with an obscene wordShafaq News/ An American broadcaster was in an embarrassing situation after she cursed on the air with an obscene word while showing a clip of President Joe Biden saying that he would close the borders if Congress provided more money to Ukraine.

Joy Reid said on her program on MSNBC that Biden said he was ready to take steps if Congress was serious about resolving the border crisis, and then showed a clip of Biden’s words in which he said: “If this bill were the law today, I would close the border now and fix it quickly.”

Before Biden’s clip ended, Reade was heard saying, “Not another f**king war.”

The clip went viral on the X platform, and someone commented, saying: “A rare moment of true emotion shown on the channel.”

In a letter, Monday, 26 Republican attorneys general called on the administration of US President Joe Biden to “enforce the laws that secure the southern border.”

This step is considered a show of support for Republican Party legislators in Texas, who are resisting the US Supreme Court decision that allowed the removal of barbed wire on the southern border.

In the letter, prosecutors say President Biden failed in his constitutional duty to defend states from border invasion as record numbers of migrants arrive at the border.

The letter, addressed to Biden and Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, says the federal government “should be working to stop this crisis, but it is not.”

Prosecutors said they support Texas’ efforts at the border, but no state can handle such an influx of people alone.

“Your administration is helping individuals complete their illegal entry into the United States,” the letter said, concluding that the federal government must intervene “to enforce the law and protect the border.”

He continued: “The states have been left to fend for themselves. If the Biden administration does not do its job to secure our borders and keep Americans safe, it must step aside to allow the states to do this job for them.”

Meanwhile, former President Trump and House Republicans plan to thwart the expected border deal in the Senate.

With illegal immigration rising to the top of voters’ concerns, Biden has become increasingly desperate for a solution.

The states of Iowa and Utah co-led the letter, which was co-signed by the attorneys general of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Dakota, and Ohio. , Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming, and the Arizona legislature.