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Biden Wants To Turn Immigrants Into Voters

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Interview with Republican House Speaker Mike Johnson: Biden Wants to Turn Immigrants into Voters

In this interview, House Speaker Mike Johnson discusses the Biden administration's handling of the border crisis, the push to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections, and the challenges facing the Republican party heading into the November elections. Johnson argues that the president is intentionally allowing the border crisis to continue in order to "turn these people into voters" and influence the outcome of future elections.

The Biden Administration’s Inaction on Border Security

House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-Republican, highlights the Biden administration's inaction on border security, stating that "it has had executive authority every day to reverse what it has done, but refuses to use it." Johnson stresses that the administration intentionally opened the border and denies the severity of the crisis. He further explains that the administration's agenda is driven by a desire to turn migrants into voters and influence the outcome of future elections. This deliberate inaction has caused untold damage to the country.


Biden denies the severity of the border crisis he has generated with the same stubbornness with which he denies the economic crisis that has engulfed the country and his refusal to resign because of his mental unfitness to be president of the United States. They accuse him and his administration of taking intentional steps to fully open the border, despite having the executive authority to reverse these decisions. There is a sense of frustration with his lack of action to address the growing threats at the border and the insecurity posed by the fragility of the border.

Johnson also sheds light on the H.R.2 bill, (Border Security Act of 2023, which seeks to curb illegal migration and strengthen border security), passed by the House more than a year ago and described as the toughest border security measure in history. However, the bill has been sitting on Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's desk gathering dust. The administration's lack of interest in addressing the border crisis is evident in its reluctance to take action on this bill, which could effectively solve the problem by reinstating policies that previously brought the border under control.

The failure of the latest border security bill in the Senate

Regarding the latest border security bill in the Senate, Johnson criticizes the bill, stating that "it is not a border security bill; it is an immigration bill." He stresses that the bill fails to address fundamental border security issues and does not reinstate crucial policies such as the "stay in Mexico" policy, which was instrumental in gaining control of the border during the previous administration. In addition, the bill fails to address broken asylum and parole processes, essential components to resolving the crisis at the border. The failure of this bill in the Senate underscores the lack of genuine efforts to address border security and the current crisis.

The Importance of the Border Crisis to the November Elections.

House Speaker Mike Johnson, a Republican, stresses the importance of the border crisis for the upcoming November elections, stating that "it's the number one issue. I don't think there has ever been an issue that has scored as high as all Americans' concerns about the border. People are fed up, they're fed up, they see what this is doing to our country." Johnson highlights the widespread frustration and concern among Americans about the impact of the border crisis and its potential influence on election results.

Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote in Local Elections Is Authorizing Voter Fraud.

Regarding the push to allow non-citizens to vote in local elections, House Speaker Mike Johnson speaks to the troubling developments in DC, stating that:

"the DC City Council has decided that they want illegals to vote in local elections, and that's a real problem." He further emphasizes the potential risks associated with non-citizen participation in local elections, noting the ease with which people can become eligible to vote after residing in the district for only 30 days.

Johnson raises important questions about the implications of allowing non-citizens to have a voice in local governance and the potential impact on the country as a whole.

Security Dangers of Allowing Non-U.S. Citizens to Vote

Democratic states that allow non-citizens to vote in local elections.

Although there is a federal law that says non-citizens cannot vote in federal elections, there are states governed by Democrats such as Washington DC, California, Maryland and Vermont that make it easy for non-citizens to register to vote without proving their citizenship which poses a big problem because it can affect the outcome of elections and vote rigging to facilitate voter fraud.

"But even more dangerous is the fact that this relaxation allows Russian and Chinese spies and/or officials to help decide who runs cities, as well as planting spies and collaborators within the basic structures of local governments."

The Challenges Facing the House GOP Majority.

House Speaker Mike Johnson acknowledges the challenges facing the GOP majority in the House, stating that "we have the smallest margin in U.S.'s not easy with a one-vote margin right now." He stresses the importance of the upcoming November elections and the need to govern effectively amid the current political landscape. Despite the difficulties, Johnson remains optimistic about the party's ability to maintain its majority and steer the country in the right direction.

The Republican Party’s Plans for the Future

In speaking of the future, Johnson affirms the party's determination to "expand the majority, win the Senate, and win the White House as well." He expresses confidence in the party's ability to govern effectively and stresses the importance of keeping the train moving amid the high stakes. Johnson's commitment to governing and pushing the party's agenda reflects the party's resilience and determination to navigate the challenges ahead.

Final Thoughts on the Future of the Country

House Speaker Mike Johnson stresses the need to address the border crisis and maintain the integrity of elections:

"We need to secure our borders and protect the integrity of our elections. It is vital to the future of our country."


One of the solutions to ensure fraud-free elections in the United States is the passage of H.R.2, or the Border Security Act of 2023, which seeks to curb illegal migration and strengthen border security in combination with a strict prohibition on not allowing non-citizens to vote in conjunction with strict controls on the IDs citizens must present to vote in local and federal elections. 

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