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Biden Sends Cash to Fund Border Security in Egypt and Jordan While U.S. Southern Border Overrun with Migrants

In a move that has raised eyebrows, President Joe Biden’s latest budget will direct a substantial amount of funding towards supporting the border security initiatives of foreign nations such as Egypt and Jordan.

This decision comes at a time when the United States is grappling with an unprecedented crisis on our own southern border.

The recently approved budget, which allows for $1.2 trillion in federal government spending, will provide around $380 million to support “enhanced border security” in Egypt, Lebanon, Oman, Tunisia, and Jordan.

Notably, Jordan will receive approximately $150 million of this allocation.

John Fabbricator, a former Field Officer for Immigration and Customs Enforcement, expressed strong criticism of the Biden administration, highlighting what he sees as their hypocrisy.

In recent times, the Biden administration has grappled with an unprecedented border crisis, even as the new budget allocates funds for enhancing border security in foreign nations.

Since President Joe Biden assumed office, officials have documented approximately 9 million encounters across the country, with an estimated 1.7 million individuals managing to evade capture.

The number represents a significant increase compared to the total of 415,000 reported incidents of individuals evading capture during the years 2018, 2019, and 2020, which occurred under the previous administration.

The Biden administration has transported approximately 320,000 foreign nationals to at least 43 American airports across the country.

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