Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said six words about the border that are Joe Biden’s biggest fear

Joe Biden is facing a primary challenge from Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

RFK Jr. is taking aim squarely at one of Biden’s biggest political weaknesses.

And Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said six words about the border that are Joe Biden’s biggest fear.

Joe Biden ending Title 42 led to both Democrats and Republicans bashing Biden for his blunder at the border.

Texas Democrat Congressman Henry Cuellar slammed Biden for bending over backwards to open the border after four years of Donald Trump’s crackdown.

“Then the impression in my area is Biden’s [going] the other way: ‘Hey, let everybody in’ — even though they say ‘don’t let anybody in.’ […] When you say ‘the border’s not open,’ but . . . you’re watching, and people are just streaming in? I mean, let me ask you: What was the last time you saw somebody being deported?” Cuellar told POLITICO Playbook.

While the Democrat Party broadly favors open borders, RFK Jr. is running a campaign targeted at the early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire.

In New Hampshire, independents can vote in any Primary they choose.

RFK Jr. bet that by tacking to Biden’s right on immigration he can win over the independent voters who helped Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win the New Hampshire Primary in the past.

That’s why RFK Jr. told Fox News Digital that “I will make the border impervious.”

Kennedy decried the catch-and-release scheme Biden planned to implement in the wake of ending Title 42, saying “we cannot release people, illegal aliens across the border.”

RFK Jr. also slammed elites like Joe Biden for destabilizing nations around the world through the globalist agenda, which served as the catalyst for the waves of illegal immigration the U.S. now suffers from.

“But we also need to recognize that this is a humanitarian crisis, and we need to fix the policies that have caused this mass migration, including decades of U.S. foreign policy that have imposed austerity on those governments, neoliberal policies that have encouraged the rise of the Junta military dictatorship that has trained and supported death squads in countries across Central America,” Kennedy added.

RFK Jr. lamented the fact that “we are now reaping the whirlwind of years of misguided foreign policies, of warmongering foreign policy.”

Polls show RFK Jr. winning nearly 20 percent of the vote against Joe Biden.

And RFK Jr. could post even bigger numbers in Iowa and New Hampshire due to outrage at Biden over trying to remove those states from their traditional place as the first primary and caucus in the nominating calendar.

If RFK Jr. performs better than expected, it will be a massive warning sign to Biden and the Democrats that Biden’s vulnerability on the border is even greater than many assume.

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