While Democrat Joe Biden is pushing as hard as he can for “American First” foreign and domestic policy, the President of Mexico is sending signals that he and Mexico will have a significant impact on the 2022 midterm elections, and no one in Washington, D.C. has any feelings about this accepted reality.
Who knows where he got that idea? And no one in Washington, D.C. is speaking out against foreign interference in our elections. Great.
This notion of the Mexican president influencing American elections comes at the same time that media reports indicate that America is in imminent danger of the Biden invasion exploding due to a massive caravan of foreigners heading toward California – just in time for Biden to be there, for his Americas Summit – to welcome them all.
Fox News reports that Biden appears willing to team up with a Leftist Community Organizer who is setting the tone for the entire program:
A Haitian migrant taking part in what could be the largest ever migrant caravan through Mexico to the U.S. is demanding that President Biden keep his promise to allow them to stay once they reach the border.
“He promised the Haitian community he will help them,” the migrants interviewed by Fox News Friday said. “He will recall Title 42. He will help us have real asylum.”
The migrant is a member of a caravan that could become the largest ever to reach the U.S. southern border, with the number of migrants projected to increase to over 15,000 by the time it reaches the border from its present level of approximately 10,000.
Monday, the caravan left Tapachula near the Mexico-Guatemala border. The migrants, who are primarily from Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua, will take the coastal path to reach the U.S. border.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
And now the Mexican President is really to push the whole thing into the proper political theater for the world:
Consider what The Daily Caller wrote for The Foreign Desk News:
Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador expressed he would be willing to influence the rhetoric surrounding the U.S. midterm elections if any candidate were to speak poorly about Mexicans, while speaking on his desire about the U.S. reforming its immigration system. Read more…