Majority Votes: Secure Our Border Over Ukraine Aid Frenzy!

In a recent poll by J.L. Partners, it was found out that the majority of the public cares more about securing the southern border than supporting Ukraine. And really, who can blame them? The southern border is like a leaky faucet – it’s causing all sorts of problems and needs to be fixed pronto! So, when push comes to shove, it’s no surprise that more than half of those polled chose to prioritize cracking down on illegal border crossings. After all, what good is it to send money to Ukraine when we’ve got our own issues to deal with?

But hold onto your hats, folks, because it gets better. It turns out that the Republican-leaning respondents were even more gung-ho about beefing up the border security, with a whopping 73% saying “Build that Wall!” and only 13% showing love for Ukraine. On the other hand, those Democratic-leaning respondents seemed to have a soft spot for Ukraine, with 53% prioritizing it over the border. Someone needs to hand out some reality checks over there!

Now, it gets spicy when it comes to Biden’s proposed $61 billion supplemental funding request for Ukraine. Needless to say, it didn’t exactly light a fire under everyone’s behinds. A third of the folks supported it, while two-fifths didn’t. Those Republicans and independents were especially not feeling the love, with more than half of them giving it a hard pass. As for the Democrats, well, they were predictably more open to the idea. But here’s the kicker – when border security measures were thrown into the mix, Republican opposition softened. It’s almost like they have a trick up their sleeves!

Good ol’ Biden didn’t help matters much by creating this whole mess in the first place. He’s out here proposing all sorts of funding for Ukraine, Israel, Taiwan, and the border, like he’s playing a game of political chess. And then, instead of promising unwavering support for Ukraine, he goes and says they’ll stick around “as long as we can.” The man needs to pick a lane and stick to it!

At the end of the day, the majority of respondents supported more funding to process immigration applications at the border, third-country agreements for returned migrants, and raising the “credible fear” of persecution threshold. It’s clear as day that the American public is more focused on fixing our own backyard before waving their magic wands over at Ukraine.

The Republican border proposals might have Congress divided, but they sure are uniting the American public – who seem to be more skeptical about Ukraine these days. Can you blame them? That southern border ain’t gonna secure itself!

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