Biden might be forced to say the one word he’s terrified to after what one poll proves

Joe Biden has been the least transparent president in U.S. history.

He won’t even address some of the most dire issues facing Americans today.

But Biden might be forced to say the one word he’s terrified to after what one poll proves. 

America is facing multiple crises.

Gas prices are spiking, there is a labor shortage due to Biden’s overly generous unemployment benefits making lower-wage workers better off staying home, war is sparking once again in the Middle East, and while all of this is going on there is a border crisis making the problems all the worse. 

But Joe Biden is so afraid of the border crisis that he won’t even talk about it.

He has appointed Vice President Kamala Harris border czar, and Harris won’t even talk about the problem, or even visit the southern border.

In order to even begin to correct the issue, Biden must acknowledge that there is a border crisis.

But he won’t even say the word “crisis” in relation to the border. 

Biden referred to it as a “crisis” once last month, stating that “young people” arriving “on the border” is a “crisis.”

But that statement was dismissed as a gaffe when White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki quickly clarified saying that he misspoke. 

Psaki said, “The President does not feel that children coming to our border seeking refuge from violence, economic hardships and other dire circumstances is a crisis.”

But Biden may be forced to backtrack yet again after a new poll dropped showing that 66% percent of voters believe that the U.S. is experiencing a border crisis.

The Rasmussen Reports poll shows that the majority of Americans view the situation on the southern border a crisis, while only 20% don’t agree, and 13% are unsure.

That poll shows that 85% of Republicans voters believe the situation is a crisis, while 49% of Democrats agree, and 67% of unaffiliated voters agree. 

The poll further shows that voters are overwhelmingly opposed to Biden’s plans on illegal immigration.

71% of voters are against the federal government handing benefits to illegal immigrants, while 63% agree that those programs are a magnet for illegal immigration.

And before Biden tries to blame Donald Trump, as he always likes to, the poll shows that 50% of voters believe that the border crisis is Biden’s fault, while only 41% believe that the problems can be blamed on Trump.

If Biden pays attention to this polling, he may realize soon that he will need to publicly recognize that there is a crisis on the border.