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Biden Changed his Tune After Being Called out by the Media

President Biden was caught off guard on Thursday Night while addressing the American people during his State of the Union Address. It took Biden approximately 40 minutes to address the number one issue facing Americans today, the crisis at the border. When he did, he momentarily lapsed in his language skills and referred to "illegal immigrants" as "illegal immigrants."

Holding up a pin reading 'Say Her Name, Laken Riley,' Biden struggled to pronounce her name correctly before acknowledging her death with a troubling juxtaposition. 'By an illegal. That's right,' Biden stated, before seemingly minimizing Riley's tragic fate by asking, 'But how many of thousands of people are being killed by legals?'

When confronted by social media and the media, Biden was quick to claim he regretted his decision to describe the Venezuelan man charged with killing a Georgia nursing student, who authorities say entered the U.S. illegally, as an illegal.

“I shouldn’t have used illegal, it’s undocumented,” Biden said in an interview with MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart.

Biden faced immediate criticism for his choice of terminology, especially considering his directive to immigration agencies in 2021, urging them to refrain from using the term "illegal alien" when referring to undocumented immigrants. Democrats and immigration officials perceive the term "illegal" as dehumanizing, despite acknowledging that individuals may have violated immigration laws by entering the country through unauthorized points of entry, often with the assistance of cartels.

According to PEW Research, "Eight-in-ten U.S. adults say the government is doing a very or somewhat bad job dealing with the large number of migrants seeking to enter the U.S. at the border with Mexico. And nearly as many say the situation is either a “crisis” (45%) or a “major problem” (32%) for the U.S.

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