On Monday morning Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich went on “Fox & Friends” to rip into Vice President Kamala Harris, also saying she was only in charge of border crisis “because they knew she wouldn’t do anything.” On the other hand, Gingrich said that the administration of Joe Biden is “in favor of open borders” because they had a goal to bring in as many illegal immigrants as possible.
“If you look at a piece of history, sometimes the obvious is accurate. They wanted Harris to be in charge of the border because they knew she wouldn’t do anything,” According to Fox News, Gingrich responded. “This is not a mistake; this is why they refuse to call it a crisis. They want the border to be open. Go back and look at the presidential primary debates.
They are all in favor of open borders. They are all in favor of eliminating ICE. They are all in favor of eliminating any threat to sanctuary cities. So, from their perspective, the next 10 or 15,000 people coming in are good because it further increases the number of illegal immigrants in the United States, which is what they want.” “Of course, it’s working,” he added.
“What if your goal was to have the maximum number of illegal people in the United States? How would you do better than Biden?” After that Gingrich wrote on his website that
Biden’s base plan “will not create jobs or ultimately improve our infrastructure. It will kill jobs and make infrastructure projects more expensive in time and money.” This is all about Biden’s starting to look for support for his “American Job-Killing Tax Plan” in Pittsburgh, and the given fact is Whiskey Rebellion is the site of the central battlefield of 1791. When whiskey imposed by the federal government during the rebellion Americans fought against an overreaching tax.
Gingrich continued “So, today, we have President Biden, who is calling to immediately raise all domestic corporate taxes by one-third (from 21 percent to 28 percent), set a minimum 21 percent tax rate for multinational US corporations, raise taxes on oil and gas companies (which will cause the costs of gasoline, heating oil, and plastic to skyrocket), and levy a host of other new tax measures across the economy,”