Democrat Gets EMBARASSED While Trying to Defend Joe Biden’s Border

House Democrat Dan Goldman attempted to defend Joe Biden’s horrid immigration policy by cornering a witness with what he thought would be some “gotcha” questions – but boy, did it backfire!

The New York Democrat leapt to Biden’s defense during a House Oversight subcommittee hearing with questions for former immigration judge Matt O’Brien who previously asserted that Biden singlehandedly has the authority to close the border.

Leftists have been trying to claim this is not true to defend old Joe.

Unfortunately for Goldman (and Biden), the Democrat learned the hard way that he’s not exactly as smart as he thought!

 

Goldman challenged O’Brien to explain “under what authority” he was claiming Biden could fix the border and it was clear he wasn’t expecting to get the response he got.

“As I said, Section 1182(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, which was the statutory provision that was at issue in Trump v. Hawaii,” O’Brien answered. “It’s a provision that allows the president by proclamation to temporarily suspend the admission of certain classes of aliens into the United States.”

The moronic Goldman then responded, “So why didn’t Donald Trump use that?”

O’Brien then pointed out, “HE DID!”

“That’s why the Trump v. Hawaii case went all the way to the Supreme Court,” O’Brien explained further.

By this point Goldman was thoroughly embarrassed and tried to ask one more question about COVID-era border policies, which also backfired, before the Democrat ultimately decided not to ask O’Brien any further questions.

Watch the video here to see this Democrat get OBLITERATED while trying to defend Biden’s border.


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