Morning Jolt: A Ridiculous Effort to Blame Trump for ‘Border Security Theater’

On the menu today: A Democratic governor agrees to send 125 National Guard soldiers from his state to help with border security, in accordance with the request that the Biden-appointed secretary of homeland security made to the Biden-appointed secretary of defense, and an MSNBC commentator looks at it all and sees a sinister Republican plot. Meanwhile, the Washington media start to notice that President Ice-Cream-Connoisseur doesn't actually do all that much, and a well-traveled columnist declares it is now time to restrict unnecessary travel.

Why Would Democratic Officials Carry Out GOP 'Border Security Theater'?

Over at the NBC News website, Hayes Brown fumes that "Trump’s border security theater hasn’t ended — it’s gotten worse. Now GOP governors are sending National Guard members to Texas and Arizona as political props."

First, it's amazing that former president Donald Trump is managing to "worsen" "border security theater" almost six months after leaving office. Trump ...

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A Ridiculous Effort to Blame Trump for 'Border Security Theater'

On the menu today: A Democratic governor agrees to send 125 National Guard soldiers from his state to help with border security, in accordance with the request that the Biden-appointed secretary of homeland security made to the Biden-appointed secretary of defense, and an MSNBC commentator looks at it all and sees a sinister Republican plot. Meanwhile, the Washington media start to notice that President Ice-Cream-Connoisseur doesn't actually do all that much, and a well-traveled columnist declares it is now time to restrict unnecessary travel.

Why Would Democratic Officials Carry Out GOP 'Border Security Theater'?

Over at the NBC News website, Hayes Brown fumes that "Trump’s border security theater hasn’t ended — it’s gotten worse. Now GOP governors are sending National Guard members to Texas and Arizona as political props."

First, it's amazing that former president Donald Trump is managing to "worsen" "border security theater" almost six months after leaving office. Trump ...   READ MORE

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